William Dougan

San Francisco, California, US • 11:04 PM Local Time

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William Dougan

Category Educational
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Young Adult (18-35)
Description youthful, guy-next-door, attractive, happy, documentary, Gen X, Gen Y, narration, genuine, narrator
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
San Diego is a modern day metropolis known for its perfect weather and beaches. But if you want to know the history of California, you should start here. For thousands of years, the area around today's San Diego has been inhabited by native tribes, mostly the Kumi a people Come 15 42. Portuguese explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrio, sailing for Spain, arrives aboard his ship, the San Salvador, and promptly names the land. You guessed it San Miguel. Wait. What? Oh, he named it after one of his smaller ships. Guess he wasn't impressed anyway. They were looking for trade rounds, not sunsets. So no one returns for 60 years when Sebastian Vizcaino holds a Catholic Mass here in honor of his favorite saint, San Diego, renaming the Bay I Karama.