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Rancho Tomales y Baulines was a 9,468-acre (38.32 km2) Mexican land grant in present day Marin County, California given in 1836 by Governor Nicolás Gutiérrez to Rafael Garcia.[1] The grant extended south from Point Reyes Station along the Olema Valley and encompassed present day Olema and Garcia.[2][3] [4] History Rafael Garcia (1799-1866) married Maria Loreto Altamirano in 1827. Garcia was a corporal stationed at Mission San Rafael and was the first settler to occupy the area around Bolinas Lagoon in 1834. To allow his brother-in-law, Gregorio Briones, to have Rancho Las Baulines, Garcia moved north up the Olema Valley to Olema, and was granted the two square league Rancho Tomales y Baulines in 1836. Garcia gained “juridical possession” of this land from the authorities in Sonoma.[5] In 1843, Garcia moved his livestock onto neighboring James Berry’s Rancho Punta de los Reyes.[6][7] His widow, Loretta, was murdered in Olema in 1873. With the cession of California to the United States following the Mexican-American War, the 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo provided that the land grants would be honored. As required by the Land Act of 1851, a claim for Rancho Tomales y Baulines was filed with the Public Land Commission in 1852,[8] and the grant was patented to Rafael Garcia in 1883.[9] See also Ranchos of California List of Ranchos of California References ^ Ogden Hoffman, 1862, Reports of Land Cases Determined in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California, Numa Hubert, San Francisco ^ Diseño del Rancho Tomales y Baulines ^ Map of Marin County Ranchos ^ Original Mexican Land Grants in Marin County ^ Livingston, Dewey (1995). A Good Life: Dairy Farming in the Olema Valley. San Francisco: National Park Service. pp. 419.  ^ Dairy and Beef Ranches on the Point reyes Penisular 1834-1945 D.S. Livingston, National Park Service ^ Robert H. Becker, "Historical Survey of Point Reyes," Land Use Survey. Proposed Point Reyes National Seashore (San Francisco: Region Four Office, National Park Service, February, 1961) ^ United States. District Court (California : Northern District) Land Case 68 ND ^ Report of the Surveyor General 1844 - 1886 Coordinates: 38°03′00″N 122°45′36″W / 38.050°N 122.760°W / 38.050; -122.760 v · d · eHistory of California to 1899 Precontact · First explorations · Later explorations · Spanish colonization · Russian colonization · Mexican rule · California Trail · Mexican-American War · U.S. rule · Gold Rush · Civil War since 1900 Labor · Engineering · Water wars · Industrial growth · Postwar culture · Development · Legal revolution · Tech boom · Growing pains · Present day By topic Highways · Maritime · Missions · Ranchos · Slavery · Railroads By city Los Angeles · Riverside · Sacramento · San Bernardino · San Diego · San Francisco · San Jose