This work covers San Diego County’s only gold rush town, from its beginning in 1869 to the contemporary scene. It also tells the history of the neighboring Cuyamaca Mountain area from prehistoric Indians through the Mexican and early American periods to modern times.
El Camino Real y Las Misiones de la Peninsula de Baja California: The Camino Real and the Missions of Baja California Peninsula
Author: Miguel Leon-Portillo
The Royal Road to the missions of old California is traced on this unique 12 foot long screen-fold. It includes a foldout map six feet long and many illustrations and …$ 40.00 Add to cart
San Diego Bay: A Story of Exploitation and Restoration, features a beautiful synthesis of artistry and information in describing a complex urban marine environment. The stories revolve around progress in …
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