On the 11th, they encamped on a small stream, near the foot of the Spanish River Mountain.
When Walker and his ships reached Spanish River, he called another council of war.
The next day, October 17th, they passed two large tributary streams of the Spanish River.
It was also spoken of as Spanish River, from the report that Spaniards occupied its lower valleys.
Some of the cargo had to be taken out in lighters to enable us to get up the Spanish River.
This they presumed to have been made by another band of Crows, who had probably been hunting lower down on the Spanish River.