SAN MIGUEL ISLAND PLACE NAMES

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San Miguel Island Place Names by Date

  • 1852 Report of the Superintendent of the US Coast Survey for the Year 1852
Cuyler's Harbor “The first or most eastern one is called San Miguel; it is about eight miles long and three and a half broad; on the north side of it is a very good anchorage, which I have named “Cuyler’s Harbor” in honor of one of the officers attached to the party.”
Lieut. Comd. James Alden, U.S. Navy, assistant in the Coast Survey.
US Surveying Schooner Ewing, San Francisco, Feb. 17, 1852.


  • 1853 Report of the Superintendent of the US Coast Survey for the Year 1853
Cuyler’s Harbor


  • 1858 Report of the Superintendent of the US Coast Survey for the Year 1858 [Sketch J, From San Diego to Point Sal]
Black Point
Brockway
Cactus
Cuyler’s Harbor
Green Mountain
Harbor
North Base
South Base


  • 1861 Report of the Superintendent of the US Coast Survey for the Year 1861, Map #20
Black Pt
Brockway
Cactus
Cuyler’s Harbor
Green Mountain
Harbor
North Base
South Base


  • 1862 Report of the Superintendent of the US Coast Survey for the Year 1862, map #37
Black Point
Brockway
Cactus
Green Mountain
Harbor
North Base
San Miguel
South Base


  • 1869 US Coast Pilot
Richardson's Rock (from recent English chart)
Wilson's Rock (from recent English chart)


  • 1871 S. Forney’s names
Brockway 2
Cactus 2
Gull Island
Harbor 2
San Miguel 2
Seal Point
West Point


  • 1880 U.S. Coast Survey map San Francisco to San Diego
Castle Rock
Cuyler’s Harbor
Richardson’s Rock
Wilson’s Rock


  • 1882 U.S. Coast Survey map Santa Monica to Pt. Conception
[same names in #5300, 1886 Santa Rosa I. to Pt. Buchon]
Adams Cove
Cardwell Point
Castle Rock
Crook Point
Cuyler’s Harbor
Harris Point
Oil Well
Prince Island
Pt. Bennett
Richardson Rock
Simonton Cove
Tyler's Bight
Westcott Shoal (check spelling Heye 1921 p. 20= Wescott)
Wilson Rock
Wykoff Ledge


LATER NAMES

Bay Point, San Miguel Island