California: a history of Upper & Lower California from their first discovery to the present time comprising an account of the climate, soil, natural productions, agriculture, commerce, &c. A full view of the missionary establishments and condition of the free & domesticated Indians, with an appendix relating to steam-navigation in the Pacific, illustrated with a new map, plans of the harbors and numerous engravings by Alexander Forbes

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Published by T.C. Russell in San Francisco, Cal .

Written in English

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Places:

  • California,
  • California.,
  • Pacific Ocean.

Subjects:

  • Missions -- California.,
  • Indians of North America -- Missions.,
  • Steam-navigation -- Pacific Ocean.,
  • California -- History.

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Statementby Alexander Forbes, esq. Reprinted page for page, and approximately line for line, from the original edition, pub. by Smith, Elder & Co., London, 1839, and to which is added a new index.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF864 .F62
The Physical Object
Pagination10a, xvi, 372 p.
Number of Pages372
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6614541M
LC Control Number19003223
OCLC/WorldCa10604478

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California: a History of Upper & Lower California: From Their First Discovery to the Present Time, Comprising an Account of the Climate, Soil, Natural Productions, Agriculture, Commerce, &.

; a Full View of the Missionary Establishments and Condition of the Free & Domesticated Indians ; with an Appendix Relating to Steam-navigation in the Pacific ; Illustrated with a New Map, Plans of the. California a History of Upper & Lower California From Their First Discovery to the Present Time, Comprising an Account of the Climate, Soil, Natural Productions, Agriculture, Commerce, &.

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California: a History of Upper & Lower California from Their First Discovery to the Present Time: Comprising an Account of the Climate, Soil, Natural Productions, Agriculture, Commerce, &c.

A Full View of the Missionary Establishments and Condition of the Free & Domesticated Indians, with an Appendix Relating to Steam-navigation in the Pacific, Illustrated with a New Map, Plans of the Harbors.

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A Full View of the Missionary Establishments and Condition of the Free and Domesticated Indians. GENERAL HISTORY. CHAPTER I. The First Missionaries. Various expeditions. Expulsion of liie Jesuits.

Franciscans in Charge of the Lower California Missions. Missions and their Missionaries. Mission Temporalities. Don Jose Galvez. Pin honesty of the Ccomisionados. Proclamation of Don Galvez. Plans for Missions in Upper California.

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