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Father Crespi wrote that three consecutive earthquakes were felt during the afternoon and night. August 3, Father Crespi wrote in his diary, "This afternoon we felt new earthquakes, the continuation of which astonishes us. He wrote, "About five in the afternoon we had a temblor with phenomena which lasted a very short time and was accompanied by an instantaneous and loud noise.
Sometimes there were six shocks per day. Cracks appeared in the ground near the Pajaro River. November 22, The new church under construction at San Juan Capistrano was damaged by the earthquakes as were the adobe barracks at San Diego.
Adobe chapel at the Presidio, built in , collapsed. May 1, Southern California was subject to nearly continuous earthquake shocks for four and one- half months. Four days seldom elapsed without at least one shock. The inhabitants abandoned their homes and lived out of doors. An eyewitness said the quake was "sufficiently severe to prostrate the mission church of San Juan Capistrano almost in a body, burying in its ruins the most of who remained behind, after the first indication of its approach was heard.
A shock an hour later destroyed what buildings remained. At Santa Barbara, inhabitants saw the recession of the sea and fled to the hills to escape the probable deluge. The incoming sea then flowed inland half a mile. There had been a series of quakes here for one month preceding the big shocks.
The Mission at Santa Clara was wrecked by an earthquake. April 2, A severe earthquake shock felt at the Presidio and the Mission Dolores. September 1, There was an earthquake severe enough at the Presidio to force open lock-fast doors and windows. June 9, Severe earthquake shock felt from Monterey northward. Great fissures were made in the earth, and the shocks continued for a month. The shock was apparently centered east of the Presidio. Spear told William Heath Davis that Loma Alta [now Telegraph] Hill swayed from east to west and from west to east as if the big mountain would tumble over.