Pablo Vicente de Solá
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|Pablo Vicente de Solá|
|Governor of Alta California|
|Preceded by||José Darío Argüello|
|Succeeded by||Luis Antonio Argüello|
Solá granted in 1821 the 3,127-acre (1,265 ha) Rancho Rincon de los Bueyes to Bernardo Higuera and Cornelio Lopez. It lay in present day Los Angeles County, California, encompassing contemporary Cheviot Hills, Rancho Park, the northeast extension of Culver City, and a small section of Baldwin Hills with Ballona Creek.
Other Spanish land grants of Solá include:
- Rancho La Puente
- Rancho El Conejo
- Rancho Los Tularcitos
- Rancho Bolsa del Potrero y Moro Cojo
- Rancho San Antonio (Peralta)
- Rancho Vega del Rio del Pajaro
New Spain ceases
News of Mexico's victory slowly reached north to Alta California, and not until 1822 did Luis Antonio Argüello replace Solá as the Mexican provisional governor, and then as the first appointed Mexican colonial governor. Argüello was also the first native-born Californian to govern the state.