Partial Bibliography for research on Juan Francisco de la Bodega y Quadra and George Vancouver 1775-1794. Compiled by Patti Fleschner for her history presentations 2016-2017.

1. Bern Anderson, “Surveyor of the Sea The Life and Voyages of Captain George Vancouver”, University of Washington Press 1960.
2. “Vancouver in California 1792-1794” The Original Account of George Vancouver Edited & Annotated by Marguerite Eyer Wilbur, Glen Dawson:Los Angeles 1954.
3. Lucile McDonald, “Search for the Northwest Passage,” with illustrations by Parker McAllister, Binfords & Mort Publishers, Portland, Oregon 1958.
4. Jose Mariano Mozino, “Noticias De Nutka An Account of Nootka Sound in 1792” Trans.& Iris Higbie Wilson, Univ.of Wash.Press, Seattle & London, 1970.
5. “Voyage of the Sonora From the 1775 Journal” of Don Francisco Antonio Mourelle as translated by The Hon. Daines Barrington, Ye Galleon Press, Fairfield, Washington. Reprint of the 1920 edition published by T.C. Russell, San Francisco under title “Voyage of the Sonora in the second Bucareli Expedition” from 1780?
6. “Nutka 1792” Viaje a la Costa Noroeste de la America Septentrional por Don Juan Francisco de la Bodega y Quadra, Capitan de Navio de la Real Armada y Comandte del Departamento de San Blas, en las fragatas de su mando Santa Gertrudis, Aranzazu, Princesa y Goleta Activa Ano de 1792. Edicion de Mercedes Palau, Freeman Tovell, Pamela Spratz y Robin Inglis. Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores de Espana Direccion General de Ralaciones Culturales y Cientificas.
7. “Voyage to the Northwest Coast of America, 1792 Juan Francisco de la Bodega y Quadra and the Nootka Sound Controversy” Translation by Freeman M. Tovell & Editing by Tovell, Robin Inglis & Iris H.W. Engstrand with Foreward by Chief Michael Maquinna,The Arthur H. Clark Company, an Imprint of the University of Oklahoma Press 2012.
8. Derek Hayes, “Historical Atlas of the North Pacific Ocean Maps of Discovery and Scientific Exploration” The British Museum Press, 2001.
9.”The Four Ages of Tsurai A Documentary History of the Indian Village on Trinidad Bay” by Robert F. Heizer and John E. Mills, Translations of Spanish Documents by Donald C. Cutter. Authorized facsimile published by Trinidad Museum Society, Trinidad, California 1991. Note: Highly recommend for the beginning reader

And, assorted articles and journals in historical publications too long to list here but available for discussion on request.