Harry W. Crosby is a writer and historian whose extensive explorations and archival research have established him as one of the significant authorities on the colorful past of the Californias. His most recent work, Gateway to Alta California: The Expedition to San Diego, 1769 tells of the historic trek which resulted in the founding of San Diego. Other works include The Cave Paintings of Baja California, Antigua California, Portrait of Paloma, and Tijuana: 1964. Crosby is at work on a book Javier Aguilar, which continues the story of Antigua California and Gateway to Alta California.
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A full-color account of the great murals of a forgotten people. Depicts the author’s discovery and documentation of a world-class archaeological region in remote central Baja.
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The story of the Spanish expedition to found San Diego is told through diary excerpts and the author’s comments, taking the reader day-by-day on the journey through the unexplored, desolate …$ 39.95 Add to cart