Juan de Fuca's inlet is explored, and found to be closed with high lands.
The Strait of Juan de Fuca is more than eighty miles long and from ten to twelve wide, with a depth of about six hundred feet.
The voyage of Juan de Fuca is generally considered apocryphal.
Juan de Fuca discovered and entered the Straits that bear his name in the year 1592.
In sailing along the Oregon coast one sees but few more signs of human occupation than did Juan de Fuca three centuries ago.
Now, it was found that there were two principal channels or waterways from the 49th degree to the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
It is in this very latitude where we now were, that geographers have placed the pretended strait of Juan de Fuca.
The straits we go through are those of Juan de Fuca, the old sailor who discovered them.