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Legend of El Cazador

A Shipwreck Destined To Change The Course of History

El Cazador “The Hunter” was a Spanish Brig of War dispatched on the order of King Carolus III in 1784, to travel from Vera Cruz Mexico under Captain, Gabriel de Campos y Pineda loaded with newly minted silver bound for “The New World Port of New Orleans, Louisiana”. Funds carried by the ship were intended to aid the economies of Spanish Crown Colonies established upon Black Tribal Lands in the Aboriginal Americas. Yet, El Cazador never arrived and the impact of its loss devastated Ethnic Aborigines, Moors and their Indigenous Creole progeny inhabiting protected Settlements, Crown Colonies and Forts as the rarely considered victims of the disaster, affected more than all others.

Although the Americas and outlying islands are littered with the rusted sunken remains of ships laden with treasures, I was drawn to the story of El Cazador, lured by the oddly familiar name of the ship. Fact-checking the back-story surrounding the wreck revealed more than mere lost treasure. The story of the El Cazador Shipwreck involved Black Aboriginal Peoples and the ship may well have been originally used to “hunt” Indigenous Cazador (Olmec) of Vera Cruz, Central and South America.

War and Currency

The Port of New Orleans in use by Natives prior to contact with foreign nations also became a key shipping gateway for Spaniards. However, a blockade during the war closed the gateway to maritime traffic in 1784. Despite inherent danger reports indicate that El Cazador was hastened to New Orleans to support Spain in war raging throughout Louisiana.

In the mid-to-late 1700s wars raged in the Old and New World, and particularly in North American Territories. Spain proclaimed itself the holder of nearly a million square miles of Aboriginal America from the Mississippi to the Rockies, its holding was known as Louisiana Territory. However, Spain was in need of currency to stabilize and support the economy of its earlier established fledgling colonies in near revolt, including Crown Colonies comprised of Spanish Moors and Indians in Delaware, Florida, Georgia, the Carolinas, St. Augustine and other parts of La Florida. Louisiana Territory also included Oregon, California, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas and Missouri.Concurrently, Spain presided over Olmec Mexico, Sonora, Coahuila de Zaragoza, Chiapas, Vera Cruz and Yucatan (see, Granada Plantation Louisiana, plus Granada and Vera Cruz Settlements throughout the Americas).

King Carolus III (Latin name of Charles III) of Spain hoped to exchange near worthless paper currency with mined silver turned into freshly minted silver coins from the Mexican Mint (first Mint in the Americas). Carolus III ordered Captain Gabriel de Campos y Pineda to dispatch the Spanish Brig El Cazador to Vera Cruz Mexico on October 20, 1973. Once outfitted and loaded with Spanish Silver Reales, El Cazador began its journey towards the Port of New Orleans on January 11, 1784 but disappeared without a trace.

Unbeknown to all initially, El Cazador, a double mast brigantine outfitted with bronze canons entered the annals of history as a lost Treasure Ship when it encountered gale and storm force winds in the gulf. After months without word to parties on the shores of either Vera Cruz or New Orleans, the ship, crew and treasure were reluctantly reported as lost at sea in June of the same year.

El Cazador Treasure: Silver Coins

El Cazador’s treasure consisted of over 400,000 Spanish 8 Reales and an equal amount of smaller denomination Spanish Colonial Coins from the Mexico City Mint. Eight Reales (“8 Reales“), were referred to as “Pieces of Eight,” “Bust Dollars” and “Milled Dollars”. They were officially the first European legal tender in the Americas and the first U.S. dollars, which remained in use until 1857.

“The Eight Reale was commonly cut into eight pie shaped sections, known as “bits”, the bits were used as small change, with two bits equaling a quarter dollar. “The recovered Spanish silver coins from El Cazador shipwreck came in 5 denominations including; a Half-reale, Reale, 2 Reales, 4 Reales and 8 Reales. The largest in size and in the largest quantity of all coins recovered from the ocean floor were the 8 Reales. Also known as the Pillar Dollar, Spanish milled dollar or Pieces of Eight…”-The Franklin Mint.

The quality, condition and clarity of a particular coin may be determined by its grade. Grade 1 represents pristine coins of the best quality and shape available. “El Cazador” Shipwreck coins features a visible milled bust of Charles III along with his name at left and 1783 date below. The reverse side has a shield, crown, and Pillars of Hercules on it. The particular coin of King Carolus III remained in vogue from 1791-1809 and was made of silver.

These coins are known (among collectors) as Spanish (Hispan) colonial coinage because they circulated freely in the many New World Colonies of Spain. The same coins can be found in Bolivia, Chile, Columbia, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, and Spain, as well as colonial America. Coins from Mexico carry the distinctive Mos or oM mint mark-- a small “o” set over a large ‘M’.

King Carolus III (Charles III) reigned from 1759 to 1788, and Carolus IIII (IV) reigned from 1788 to 1808. The backs of these coins look the same, with a crowned shield and two large pillars on either side.

In addition, you can tell the denomination of the coin by the “R” marking: R-½ real, 1R = 1 real, 2R = 2 reales, 4R and 8R. These old reales denominations are those that lead directly to American denominations of nickel (½ real), dime, quarter (2 reales), half, and dollar (8 reales) today.

Special lettered marks are known as Assayers Initials. Typically these are two letter sets such as FM, MT, FT, and TH.

Shipwreck Aftermath

Spain professed ownership of Louisiana Territory and had intended to use the cash on “El Cazador” to stabilize the Spanish monetary system and fledgling colonies in the territory. Apparently, without cash Spain felt “forced” to sell Louisiana for a small sum. In the look back, it becomes clear that the loss of “El Cazador” (without replacement cash in 16 years interim), along with the cost of continual clashes necessary to maintain the vast Louisiana Territory (against U.S. and Russian encroachment), could have contributed to Spain’s eventual conveyance of Louisiana to France’s Napoleon in 1800.

Three years later in 1803, Napoleon of France “sold” Louisiana to U.S. President Thomas Jefferson for 15 Million dollars, instantly doubling the size of the country. Only one problem remained; Black Aboriginal, Indigenous Natives and Spanish Moors, original occupiers of the soil of the Americas were never consulted, included, nor compensated for unauthorized “sale” of their ancestral domain by Spain, France or the United States, neither of whom owned the millions of acres in Louisiana Territory Lands they were either “Buying” or “Selling“.

Black Aboriginal, Indigenous Nations (and their descendants) occupying “Louisiana Territory” were then (and are still) entitled to compensation for their losses, damage, enslavement, exile and forced removals resulting from European Real Estate Transactions involving Aboriginal Lands.

Black Aboriginal, Indigenous Native and Moorish inhabitance of Indian Country served largely as the chief reason why each Presidential State of the Union Address reported upon “Barbary States Treaties” (until 1830). Barbary Moors (Free and Sundry Moors) were Representatives, Citizens and Subjects of the Kings, Pashas and Rulers of Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria, occupying the Aboriginal Indian Country in Colonies and Indian Settlements by Authority of the Tribes. The Indian Tribes (particularly, the 5 Civilized Tribes) maintained Black Indian Ambassadors to Spanish Moors, exiled Black Ladinos and other Foreign Governments in Aboriginal Indian Country.

These VIP's were also the reason why Black Indians (Colored Indians, Slaves and Free Persons of Color among the tribes) continued to be addressed by various treaties effected between the United States and Indian Tribes, 1830-1866.

Therefore, the subsequent mistreatment of Ethnic Indigenous Peoples of the Tribes serves as an affront to Black Indians who cannot understand why the United States and other Nations are resistent to restoring their lost and damaged infrastructure. However, they remain committed to compelling the United States Government to fulfill mandates and stipulations of the 1866 Treaties, which created “an Estate” (complete with Treaty-mandated Lands and Trust Funds) set-aside for Black Indian use into perpetuity.

Yet, the combination of American racism, Jim Crow Policies, Ethnic Suppression and failed legal protection of Black Indian Human and Civil Rights (along with Lands and Trusts) have managed to withhold and deny Black Indian Beneficiaries and Heirs access to their own inherited “National and Private Estates“ due to a European (Societal) Ideal that contends persons of African Ancestry (even descendants of Black Aboriginals, Moors and the Kingdoms of Africa are incapable of handling vast sums of money and lands. So, they continue holding the Black Indian Estate in bondage illegally denying Nation to Nation relationships necessary to compel European Banks to grant the correct beneficiaries access to Treaty Mandated Trust Funds, as well as Trust Lands "managed" by United States Trustees and Guardians of the Tribes.​

Thus, the wreck of El Cazador did indeed change the course of history and sealed the fate of Ethnic Aboriginals by closing the door on positive and necessary encouragement of expanded Moorish-Indian Crown Colonies and the forward momentum of Black Indian Settlements throughout the entirety of “Louisiana Territory“. Yet, to truly understand the wider effect that El Cazador had on Black Indians of the Americas, one needs only to follow the money and where the trail stops.

El Cazador Effect

Historians contend that the loss of El Cazador “contributed to Spain’s eventual conveyance of Louisiana to France’s Napoleon in 1800. Three years later in 1803, Napoleon of France ‘sold’ Louisiana to U.S. President Thomas Jefferson for 15 Million dollars, instantly doubling the size of the country.” Yet, there has been no accounting for losses incurred by Australian-American Aborigines, Papuan American Aborigines and other Black Aboriginal (Indigenous Black Indians) and Moors inhabiting Aboriginal North America.

Nor has there been an accounting for ensuing loss of millions of acres in Tribal Lands worth billions of dollars, extraction of minerals, gems and other natural resources from expropriated mines and sites gained in the hostile takeover of shipping ports, waterways and preexisting infrastructure.

Although Spain’s initial treatment of American Aborigines was abysmal and deadly on contact with American Aborigines, they quickly began to recognize the inherent value in developing symbiotic (mutually beneficial) relationships with friendly tribes. Spain paired Moors and Moriscos with various Black Indian Tribes and Bands of Tribes, such as Delaware, Seminole, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaws and other nations. Their Indigenous Creole Descendants subsequently gave rise to unique Colonies of Ethnic Indigenous American Aboriginal Peoples.

Upon their retreat, Spain tried to induce the United States (through Treaty Provisions) to confer U.S. Citizenship upon Ethnic Black Indians, Moors and their Creole Progeny (Ethnic Indigenous American Aboriginal Peoples). Although the United States failed to heed the advice of Spaniards to adopt Ethnic Black Indians and Freedmen in order to provide them with U.S. Citizenship.

Spain Attempts To Address Status and Estate of Black Indians

(Post-El Cazador)

Adam-Onis Treaty of 1819 (“Purchase of Florida”)

Article 5

“The inhabitants of the ceded Territories shall be secured in the free exercise of their Religion, without any restriction, and all those who may desire to remove to the Spanish Dominions shall be permitted to sell, or export their Effects at any time whatever, without being subject, in either case, to duties.”

Article 6

“The inhabitants of the Territories which His Catholic Majesty cedes to the United States by this Treaty, shall be incorporated in the Union of the United States, as soon as may be consistent with the principle of the Federal Constitution, and admitted to the enjoyment of all the privileges, rights and immunities of the Citizens of the United States”

Article 8

“All the grants of land made before the 24 of January 1818, by His Catholic Majesty or by his lawful authorities in the said Territories ceded by His Majesty to the United States, shall be ratified and confirmed to the persons in possession of the lands, to the same extent that the same grants would be valid if the Territories had remained under the Dominion of His Catholic Majesty. But the owners in possession of such lands, who by reason of the recent circumstances of the Spanish Nation and the Revolutions in Europe, have been prevented from fulfilling all the conditions of their grants, shall complete them within the terms limited in the same respectively, from the date of this Treaty; in default of which the said grants shall be null and void--all grants made since the 24 of January 1818, when the first proposal on the part of His Catholic Majesty, for the cession of the Floridas was made, are hereby declared and agreed to be null and void.”

History Notes

History shows that the United States did not Honor Adams-Onis Treaty mandates and stipulations regarding Ethnic Aboriginal Native Inhabitants of Louisiana Territory imposed by Spain. . Free Black Indians and Moors were removed beyond Mississippi to Oklahoma were stripped of their right to occupancy and removed, denied U.S. Citizenship and reduced to Slavery.

Treaty mandates (foreign and domestic) conferring rights upon Black Indians and Freedmen in North America were routinely dishonored and marred by callous disregard, serious violations and unresolved debt for the “taking” of Tribal Lands. They also suffered damage to their tribal domain, infrastructure destruction and obliteration of the national character of Black Aborigines in this country by Spain, France, Great Britain and the United States of America.

Indigenous Black Indians and Moors of the former Spanish Colonies defiantly continue to exist in the modern era (2012), despite the historic disaster at sea of El Cazador and the subsequent “sale” of Louisiana Territory.

As previously stated, El Cazador never reached its intended destination. Finally in 1800, unable to capitalize on its North American asset, a reluctant King Charles IV of Spain agreed to cede Louisiana back to France. Three years later in 1803, Napoleon Bonaparte “sold” the immense Louisiana Territory to U.S. President Thomas Jefferson.

Finding El Cazador Treasure

“On the 2nd August 1993 the butterfish trawler Captain Jerry Murphy was fishing on board a vessel named MISTAKE some 50 miles S of Louisiana when his trawl got hung up 300 feet down. They retrieved the net to examine it for damage when a shower of silver coins hit the deck. All of the coins bore the mark of the Mexican mint and date 1873.”

Mint Production

Primary information sources uncovered mentioned that the coins were minted in Mexico. While other sources contends the coins were minted at “Casa de la Moneda” in Potosi, a city that belonging to Bolivia and further maintains that this was the first place in South America known for minting silver coins. However, further research netted the following information;

Although European documentation points to Mexico City as the birthplace of the Mint, references to “Moneda” in the USGS database yields only Moneda Mexico (Populated Place, Chihuahua).

The Root of Moneda rests began with Africa and wound up amidst the Black Aboriginal Americas.

Moneda Mexico (Populated Place, Chihuahua)

*Mone Benin (Populated Place, (BN01)

*Mone Burkina Faso (Populated Place, Burkina Faso)

*Mone Central African Republic (Stream, Central African Republic)

*Mone Cote de’Ivoire (Intermittent Stream, Biankouma)

*Mone Cote de’Ivoire (intermittent Stream, Cote d’Ivoire)

*Mone Guinea-Bissau (Populated Oio)

*Mone Mozambique (Populated Place, Nampula)

*Mone Mozambique (Populated Place, Zambezia)

*Mone Togo (Populated Place, Togo)

*Mone South Korea (Populated Place, Kyongsang-bukto)

*Mone Burma (Populated Place, Shan State)

*Mone Leh India (Populated Place, Jammu and Kashmir)

*Mone Sweden (Populated Place, Vastra Gotaland) (I.d., Gota Bota Ethiopia, Gota Angola, Gota Congo, etc.)

*Mone Brazil (Populated Place, Bahia)

Mexico City Mint

The Mexico Mint (Casa de Moneda de Mexico), was established in 1535 by Spanish Crown Decree, organized by Antonio de Mendoza and minted the first Spanish coin in 1536. It was the first mint in the Americas. Casa de Moneda de Mexico continued to produce coins in prodigious amounts up to 1821 when Mexico won her independence.

Spanish Gold coins were first minted in Mexico in 1679 in the traditional shield-and-cross design. In 1732 the first Pillar Dollar coins were minted with the new screw press technology. The first Bust Dollar coins were minted in 1772.

Ship Wreck: “El Cazador"-Spanish Brig of War, laden with 400,000 8 Reales and an equal amount of small denomination coins, minted in 1783 was lost at sea in 1784 between Vera Cruz, Mexico and New Orleans, Louisiana.

Ophir of Solomon and Black Indians

The history of prospecting, mining, forging coins, art pieces and a myriad of creative productions of gold, silver, assorted precious minerals and gemstones is a story as old as the Holy Bible. King Solomon Mines, the Ophir of Solomon, and bejeweled Egyptians, Africans and Black Aboriginals of the Americas gave rise to legendary tales of jealousy, covetousness, theft and wars spanning millenniums.

European historians in the Americas would have the masses believe that the history of prospecting, mining, forging and creative production of silver, gold and other metal works in the Americas began with them, but that is simply not the case. We have only to review the history of Conquistadors, Mission Settlement and the hostile takeover of the Americas that began with a bloodlust for precious Gold, Silver and Treasures of El Dorado, Cusco, and plundered burial places throughout the Americas.

Extensive trade networks of the ancient Inca may have involved a long running history of international silver and gold trades spanning as far back in time as the creation of the Pyramids in Egypt.

The implications of Nubian Egypt contact with Black Aboriginal America, including a relationship with Inca Emperors of Peru is astounding.

El Cazador Coins paid particular homage to Provincias del Rio de la Plata (Now viewed as the physical country of Argentina), but evidence shows that Rio de la Plata (Argentina) was once a name applied of the entirety of the Americas, north, central and south, including Olmec Mexico at Veracruz.

Yet, one question persists;

Q: Who Or What Was The Spanish Brig of War "Hunting" When It Was Not Delivering Treasure?

Silver Culture-Silver Age

Rio de la Plata (River of Silver)

Rio de la Plata Oceans (Estuary, Oceans)

Rio de la Plata Canyon Undersea Features (Canyon, Undersea Features)

Rio del la Plata Argentina (Estuary, Argentina)

Rio de la Plata Uruguay (Estuary, Uruguay)

Rio de la Plata Chile (Stream, Los Lagos)

Rio de la Plata Ecuador (Stream, Carchi)

Rio de la Plata Ecuador (Stream, Zamora-Chinchipe)

Rio de la Plata Colombia (Stream, Huila)

Rio de la Plata Mexico (Populated Place, Jalisco)

La Plata Argentina (La Rioja)

La Plata Argentina (Salta)

La Plata Argentina (San Luis)

La Plata Argentina (Sant Cruz)

La Plata Argentina (Locality, Buenos Aires)

La Plata Bank Uruguay (Bank, Uruguay)

La Plata Uruguay (Stream, Lavelleja)

La Plata Uruguay (Stream, Treinta y Tres)

La Plata Venezuela (Populated Place, Bolivar)

La Plata Venezuela (Populated Place, Falcon)

La Plata Venezuela (Populated Place, Zulia)

La Plata Venezuela (Section of Populated Place, Trujillo)

La Plata Colombia (Populated Place, Casanare)

La Plata Colombia (Populated Place, Caldas)

La Plata Colombia (Populated Place, Norte de Santander)

La Plata Colombia (Populated Place, Santander)

La Plata Colombia (Ranch, Casanare)

La Plata Chile (Locality, Coquimbo)

La Plata Chile (Mine, Coquimbo)

La Plata Chile (Mountain, Region Metropolitana)

La Plata Panama (Populated Place, Veraguas)

La Plata Cuba (Locality, Grandma)

La Plata Cuba (Locality, La Habana)

La Plata Cuba (Locality, Matanzas)

La Plata Cuba (Locality, Pinar del Rio)

La Plata Cuba (Locality, Santiago de Cuba)

La Plata Dominican Republic (Locality, Azuay)

La Plata Dominican Republic (Populated Place, Hato Mayor)

La Plata Maryland (Populated Place)

La Plata Mexico (Populated Place, Nuevo Leon)

La Plata Mexico (Populated Place, Oaxaca)

La Plata Mexico (Railroad Station, Coahuila de Zaragoza)

La Plata Mexico (Stream, Jalisco)

La Plata Park California (Park)

La Plata Canyon Utah (Valley)

La Plata Mine Utah (Mine)

La Plata Basin Colorado (Basin)

La Plata County Colorado (Civil)

La Plata Gulch Colorado (Valley)

La Plata Mine Colorado (Mine)

La Plata Tunnel Mine Colorado (Mine)

La Plata Mountains Colorado (Range)

La Plata Peak Colorado (Summit)

La Plata River and Cherry Creek Ditch Colorado (Canal)

La Plata Nevada (Locality)

La Plata Canyon Nevada (Valley)

La Plata Mine Nevada (Mine)

La Plata Mining District Nevada (Civil)

La Plata Spring Nevada (Spring)

La Plata Mine Arizona (Mine)

La Plata New Mexico (Populated Place)

La Plata Highway Historic Site New Mexico (Locale)

La Plata Placer New Mexico (Locale)

La Plata Indian Ditch New Mexico (Canal)

La Plata Mine New Mexico (Mine)

La Plata River New Mexico (Stream)

La Plata Missouri (Populated Place)

La Plata Park Maryland (Park)

La Plata Puerto Rico (Populated Place)

El Platanal Mexico (Populated Place, Colima)

El Platanal Mexico (Populated Place, Guanajuato)

El Platanal Mexico (Populated Place, Guerrero)

El Platanal Mexico (Michoachan de Ocampo)

Minas de Plata Mexico (Populated Place, San Luis Potosi)

Minas Mexico (Populated Place, Chihuahua)

Minas Mexico (Populated Place, Guerrero)

Minas Mexico (Populated Place, Oaxaca) x 5

Minas Mexico (Populated Place, San Luis Potosi)

Minas Mexico (Populated Place, Sonora)

Minas de Plata Honduras (Populated Place, Comayagua)

Minas Real Viejos Mexico (Abandoned Mine, Nuevo Leon)

Minas Viejas Argentina (Jujuy)

Minas Viejas Chile (Tarapaca)

Minas Viejas Ecuador (Esmeraldas)

Minas Viejas Mexico (Nuevo Leon)

Minas Viejas Mexico (Coahuila de Zaragoza)

Minas Viejas Mexico (San Luis Potosi)

Minas Viejas Uruguay (Lavelleja)

Minas Uruguay (Peak, Durazno)

Minas de San Diego Mexico (Populated Place, Chihuahua)

Minas de San Julian Mexico (Abandoned Mine, Zacatecas)

Minas de San Antonio Mexico (Abandoned Mine, Nuevo Leon)

Minas de Piedra Honduras (Populated Place, Copan)-(Stone)

Plataa Libya

El Cazuzia Libya (Well, (LY12)

Plata Italy (Populated Place, Italy)

Plata Oceans (Estuary, Oceans)

Plata River Oceans (Estuary, Oceans)

Plata Russia (Populated Place, Tambovskaya Oblast’)

Plata Russia (Section of Populated Place, Orlovskaya Oblast’)

Plata Russia (Stream, Russia)

Plata Arkansas (Populated Place)

Plata Verde Mines Texas (Mine)

Plata Island Panama (Island, Panama)

Plata Alta Colombia (Populated Place, Santander)

Plata Colombia (Populated Place, Antioquia)

Plata Colombia (Populated Place, Caldas)

*Plata Vieja Colombia (Populated Place, Huila)

Plata Perdida Colombia (Populated Place, Cesar)

Plata Guatemala (Farm, Guatemala)

Plata Baja Chile (Farm, Atacama)

Plata Bolivia (Populated Place, Santa Cruz)

Plata Bolivia (Populated Place, Tarija)

Plata River Uruguay (Estuary, Uruguay)

*Minas Viejas Argentina (Jujuy)

*Minas Viejas Chile (Tarapaca)

*Minas Viejas Ecuador (Esmeraldas)

*Minas Viejas Mexico (Nuevo Leon)

*Minas Viejas Mexico (Coahuila de Zaragoza)

*Minas Viejas Mexico (San Luis Potosi)

*Minas Viejas Uruguay (Lavelleja)

*Minas Uruguay (Peak, Durazno)

*Minas Real Viejos Mexico (Abandoned Mine, Nuevo Leon)

Platation Acres Louisiana (Populated Place)

Platation Trace (subdividion) Louisiana (Populated Place)

Plaque Guinea-Bissau (Populated Place, Guinea-Bissau)

Plaque Itela Guinea-Bissau (Populated Place, Guinea-Bissau)

Plaque Roche French Guiana (Populated Place, French Guiana)

Plaque Roche French Guiana (Rock, Louisiana)

Plaquemine Bayou Gas Field Louisiana (Oilfield)

Plaquemine Bayou Mississippi (Gut)

Plaquemine Louisiana (Populated Place)

Plaquemine Bend Louisiana (Bend)

Plaquemine Bend Revetment Louisiana (Levee)

Plaquemine Lock Louisiana (Dam)

Plaquemine Point Louisiana (Cape)

Plaquemine Ridge Louisiana (Ridge)

Platalea South Africa (Farm, Eastern Cape)

*Lea'ange ange Solomon Islands (Abandoned Populated Place,

Solomon Islands)

*Lealtad Mexico (Veracruz-Llave)

*Mata Clara Mexico (Populated Place, Veracruz-Llave)

*Mata Clara Dominican Republic (Santiago Rodriguez)

*Mata Claims New Mexico (Mine)

*Leal Villa Clara, Cuba (Populated Place)

**Related to Clara Group Australia (Islands, Queensland): Clara Dominican Republic; Clara Florida; Clara Dam Montana; Clara Mine Texas; Clara Brazil, Clara Argentina, etc.

La Clara Lakes Kentucky (lake)

La Clara Cuba (Pinar del Rio)

La Clara Dominican Republic (Hato Mayor)

La Clara Colombia (Antioquia)

La Clara Ecuador (Los Rios)

La Clara Peru (Cajamarca)

La Clara Argentina (La Pampa)

Los Claras Cuba (Sancti Spiritus)

Los Claras Dominican Republic (San Pedro de Macoris)

Los Claras Dominican Republic (Hato Mayor)

Las Claras Puerto Rico (Populated Place)

Los Claras Panama (Populated Place)

Los Claras Colombia (Atlantico)

Los Claras Bolivia (La Paz)

Los Claras Argentina (San Luis)

Claras Portugal (Leiria)

Claras Costa Rica (San Jose)

Claraville Australia (Northern Territory)

Claraville Australia (Queensland)

Claraville California (Populated Place)

Claraville Virginia (Populated Place)

Claraz Argentina (Buenos Aires)

Claravall Spain (Cataluna)

Clarasekop South Africa (North-West)

Claraskraal south Africa (Northern Province)

Platanadas Colombia (Populated Place, Narino)

Platanage Haiti (Populated Place, Centre)

Platana Greece (Populated Place, Greece)

Platana Haiti (Locality, Artibonite)

Platana Haiti (Populated Place, Centre)

Platana Mexico (Populated Place, Michoacan de Ocampo)

Platana Peru (Populated Place, Cajamarca)

Platana South Africa (Locality, Eastern Cape)

Platana South Africa (Populated Place, Eastern Cape)

Platana Turkey (Populated Place, Trabzon)

Platar 1 Indonesia (Populated Place, Jawa Tengah)

Platarage Haiti (Populated Place, Centre)

Plataran Indonesia (Populated Place, Yogyakarta)

El Cazador Peoples

El Cazador Ranch Arizona (Locale)

El Cazador Mexico (Populated Place, Chiapas)-*Location of Moneda.

El Cazadero Mexico (Queretaro de Arteaga)

El Cazadero Mexico (Populated Place, Veracruz-Llave)

El Cazadero Mexico (Populated Place, Oaxaca)

El Cazadero Mexico (Populated Place, Sonora)

El Cazadero Mexico (Populated Place, Durango)

*Duran Arroyo Colorado (Stream)

*Duran New Mexico (Locale)

*Duran New Mexico (Populated Place)

*Duran Mesa New Mexico (Summit)

*Duran Mexico (Populated Place, Veracruz-Llave)

*Duran Peru (Populated Place, Piura)

*Duran Cuba (Locality, Villa Clara)

*Duran Cuba (Locality, Camaguay)

*Duran Cuba (Populated Place, La Habana)

*Durango Landing Louisiana

*Durango Plantation Louisiana

*Durango Texas (Populated Place)

*Durango Colorado (Populated Place)

*Durango Mexico (Populated Place, Baja California)

*Durango Mexico (Populated Place, Chiapas)

*Durango Mexico (Populated Place, Durango)

*Durango City Mexico (Populated Place, Durango)

*Durango Mexico (Populated Place, Hidalgo)

*Durango Spain (Populated Place, Pais Vasco)

Cazador Arizona (Populated Place)

Cazador Argentina (Populated Place)

Cazador Point Philippines (Point, Batangas) *Bata, *Bataviska, *Batavia

Cazadores Mexico (Populated Place, Zacatecas)

Cazadores Mexico (Populated Place, Durango)

Cazadores Mexico (Populated Place, Sonora)

Cazadores Venezuela (Populated Place, Sucre)

Cazadores Bolivia (Populated Place, Chuquisaca)

Cazadores Argentina (Populated Place, Santiago de Estero)

Cazadores Corrientinos Argentina (Populated Place, Corrientos)

Cazadores Cuba (Locality, La Habana)

La Cazadora Venezuela (Populated Locality, Zulia)

La Cazane Romania (Gorge, Romania)

Cazadero Dam Oregon (Dam)

Cazadero Powerhouse Oregon (Locale)

Cazadero California (Populated Place)

Cazadero Mexico (Populated Place, Durango)

Cazadero Mexico (Populated Place, Zacatecas)

Cazadero Mexico (Veracruz-Llave)

Cazadero Mexico (Queretaro de Arteaga)

Cazadero Mexico (Populated Place, Oaxaca)

Cazadero de Abajo Mexico (Populated Place, Oaxaca)

Cazadero Mexico (Railroad Station, Hidalgo)

Cazadero Colombia (Populated Place, Boyaca)

Cazadero Venezuela (Populated Place, Tachira)

Cazadero Bolivia (Mountains, Chuquisaca)

Cazadero Argentina (House, Catamarca)

Cazadero Grande Argentina (House, Catamarca)

Caza Pava Argentina (Populated Place, Corrientes)

Caza de Baalbeck Lebanon (Second-Order Administrative Division, Beqaa)

*Beca Ethiopia

*Beca Angola

*Beca Portugal

*Beca Reefs Philippines (Reef, Zamboanga de Sur)

*Becal Mexico (Populated Place, Campeche)

*Beck Alabama (Populated Place)

*Bec a Marsoin Haiti (Point, Grand’Anse)

*Bec a Marsouin Haiti (Locaity, Grand’Anse)

*Beca Monteira Angola (Populated Place, Zaire)

*Beca Monteiro Angola (Populated Place, Zaire)

*Beca Slovenia (Populated Place, Slovenia)

Cazaca Angola (Populated Place, Malanje)

Cazaco Angola (Populated Place, Malanje)

Cazaci Romania (Populated Place, Romania)

Cazai Ukraine (Populated Place, Odes’ka Oblast)

Cazats France (Populated Place, Aquitaine)

La Caze France (Populated Place, Aquitaine)

La Caze France (Populated Place, Auvergne)

La Cazerie France (Populated Place, Haute-Normandie)

Las Cazas Venezuela (Populated Place, Cojedes)

Quebrada Cazajarro Colombia (Stream, Boyaca)

Quebrada Cazaderos Venezuela (Intermittent Stream, Tachira)

Quebrada El Cazadero Venezuela (Intermittent Stream, Lara)

Quebrada La Cazuela Venezuela (Intermittent Stream, Lara)

Quebrada Cazaderos Ecuador ((intermittent Stream, Ecuador)

Quebrada Cazaderos Peru (Stream, Peru)

Quebrada Del Cazadero Peru (Intermittent Stream, Arequipa)

Quebrada del Cazadero Peru (Stream, Peru)

Quebrada del Cazador Argentina (Ravine, Tucuman)

Quebracha Mexico (Populated Place, Veracruz-Llave)

Quebracha Venezuela (Populated Place, Yaracuy)

Quebracha Argentina (Salta)

Quebracha Argentina (Santiago del Estero)

Quebrachal Argentina (Jujuy)

Quebrachal Argentina (Chaco)

Victims Of The El Cazador Shipwreck and Louisiana Purchase

Plantation Saint Helena (Estate, Saint Helena)

Plantation Slough Louisiana (Gut)

Plantation Acres Louisiana (Populated Place)

Australia Plantation (historical) Louisiana (Locale)

Australia Landing Louisiana (Locale)

Australia Landing Mississippi (Populated Place)

Saint Helena Bay Louisiana (Bay)

*Saint Helena Island Australia (Island, Queensland)

*Saint Helena Bore Australia (Well, Queensland)

Charlo Lake Louisiana (lake)

Choctaw Bar Land Arkansas (Island)

Choctaw Bar Alabama (Bar)

Choctawatchee Bay Entrance Florida (Locale)

Choctaw Arkansas (Populated Place)

Choctaw Louisiana (Populated Place)

Choctaw Lake Mississippi (Reservoir)

Choctaw Lake Alabama (Lake)

Choctaw Mine Arizona (Mine)

Choctaw Mine Oklahoma (Mine)

Choctaw Mississippi (Populated Place)

Quapaw Creek Oklahoma (stream)

Quapaw Mineral Springs Arkansas (Spring)

Quapaw North Pit Mine Arkansas (Mine)

Quapaw Oil Field Oklahoma (Oilfield)

Quapaw Oklahoma (Populated Place)

Quapaw South Pit Mine Arkansas (Mine)

Quapaw Township Oklahoma (Civil)

Solomon Island Tennessee (Island)

Saint Helena Australia (Victoria)

Saint Helena Australia (New South Waltes)

Saint Helena Bay South Africa (Bay, Western Cape)

Saint Helena Belize (Ancient Site, Corozal)

Saint Helena California (Populated Place)

Saint Helena Canyon Junction Texas (Locale)

Saint Helena Gold Mining Limited South Africa (Gold Mine, Free State)

Saint Helena Island Connecticut (Island)

Saint Helena Island Maine (Island)

Saint Helena Island Maryland (Island)

Saint Helena Island Michigan (Island)

Saint Helena Island Nebraska (Island)

Saint Helena Island New York (Island)

Saint Helena Island Saint Helena (Island, Saint Helena)

Saint Helena Island South Carolina (Island)

Saint Helena Jamaica (Populated Place, Clarendon)

Saint Helena Maryland

Saint Helena Nebraska

Saint Helena North Carolina

Saint Helena Parish Louisiana (Civil)

Saint Helena Point Australia (Point, Tasmania)

Saint Helena Trinidad and Tobago (Populated Place, Caroni)

Silver Claims Lost To "European Manifest Destiny"


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