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Early San Francisco settler Jacob P. Leese was the namesake of the famed Leese Concession, granted in 1864 by Mexican president Benito Juárez, ostensibly for the purposes of colonizing much of the Baja California peninsula: over 46,800 square miles between Bahía Magdalena and San Felipe.

Description: Early San Francisco settler Jacob P. Leese was the namesake of the famed Leese Concession, granted in 1864 by Mexican president Benito Juárez, ostensibly for the purposes of colonizing much of the Baja California peninsula: over 46,800 square miles between Bahía Magdalena and San Felipe.

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