- Cazadero is an unincorporated town and census-designated place in western Sonoma County, California, United States with a population of 354 as of the 2010 Census. Nearby towns include Jenner, Annapolis, Stewart's Point, Duncans Mills, Villa Grande, Rio Nido, Guerneville, Monte Rio, and The Sea Ranch. The downtown of Cazadero is quite modest, consisting of two churches, a general store, a post office, a hardware store, an auto repair garage, the well equipped main station of the Cazadero Volunteer Fire Department and a few homes.
- Cazadero is a volcano in the Andes, sometimes called Walter Penck. It is located in the Catamarca Province of Argentina. Its summit is 6658 metres above sea level.
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The Andes (2005)
A Guide for Climbers by John Biggar
Cazadero is a huge and little known peak lying about 10km S of Ojos del Salado. It is also known as Walter Penck after the first...
Blackberry growing (1942)
by George McMillan Darrow
Cazadero is an imperfect-flowered sort grown to a small extent in Oregon. The Ideal Wild (Santiam), the Logan, or the Young is suggested as a pollinizer for the Cazadero. PLANTING Blackberry plants usually are set as early in the spring as ...
Christian Work (1897)
Illustrated Family Newspaper
Cazadero is a beautiful spot in the woods on the west branch of the Austin creek, eighty-seven miles north of San Francisco, at the terminus of the North Pacific Coast Road. Those coming or returning over the Santa Fe or Sunset routes can ...
The Mountain Encyclopedia (2005)
An A to Z Compendium of Over 2,250 Terms, Concepts, Ideas, and People by Frederic Hartemann, Robert Hauptman
Cerro Cazadero 21,844 ft, 6,658 m, Chile and Argentina 6. Nevados Tres ...
Encyclopedia of California (1999)
by Nancy Capace, Somerset Publishers, Incorporated
CAZADERO, Unincorporated, Sonoma County; Pop. 300; Zip Code 95421; Elev.
The plain still retains the Spanish name Cazadero, which signifies the " place of the chase." The Mexicans, besides the usual methods of the chase, had particular contrivances for catching certain animals. Thus, to catch young asses, they ...
Encyclopaedia perthensis, or, Universal dictionary of the arts, sciences, literature, etc. : intended to supersede the use of other books of reference (1816)
The plain still retains the Spanish name Cazadero, which signifies tlie place of the chafe. The Mexicans had also particular contrivances for catching certain animals. Thus, to catch young asses, they made a small fire in the woods, putting ...
The London encyclopaedia (1829)
or, Universal dictionary of science, art, literature, and practical mechanics, comprising a popular view of the present state of knowledge. Illustrated by numerous engravings, a general atlas, and appropriate diagrams by Thomas Curtis
The plain still retains the Spanish name Cazadero (the place of the chase). Chamois Hunting is carried on principally for the sake of the leather formed from the hide of the chamois (cervus rupicapra of Linn£); which is only found on the high ...
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