Readings in California History
Newton Ray Gilmore, Gladys Gilmore
Crowell, 1966 - California - 374 pages
"Readings follow a chronological plan beginning with the Spanish explorations on the Pacific coast and ending with illustrations of the complexity of the California scene in the 1960's. Some are original and contemporary narratives... Others are excerpts from secondary works."--Preface.
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