NORTH IS NORTE: GOOGLE ABBEY ISLAND
Captain Bruno de Hezeta aligned north on his compass, with a small island seperated from a headland, on Ruby Beach.
CREDIT: USGS The bedrock of, C. La Isla del Desembarco, is still discernible today. Landing Island, are the knees, of a male mimetolith.
IN OUR TIME we struggle with the definition of the word truth. The element of surprise dawns on us all, when we realize that truth can be bent, and again factually realigned.
This story is a historic realignment of the actual 1775 events, involving the Spanish exploration vessels, Santiago and Sonora. Nothing about this true narrative, will resemble what is today taught in history classrooms.
Historical truth will not be denied. This is our goal , in the year 2022 and beyond.
We will examine how severe weather on Washington state's Pacific coastline, has eroded geography, depicted on the 1775 landing site map.
CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ALL DETAILS
SOURCES: LIBRARY OF CONGRESS + NASA + NOAA + USGS + GOOGLE EARTH + WIKIMEDIA FOUNDATION + UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON + WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY + THE WASHINGTON STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Thank You All!
Herbert K. Beals (translator), For Honor and Country: The Diary of Bruno de Hezeta