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Life in California during a residence of several years in that territory [electronic resource] : comprising a description of the country and the missionary establishments, with incidents, observations, etc., etc. : illustrated with numerous engravings by an American : to which is annexed a historical account of the origin, customs, and traditions, of the Indians of Alta California / translated from the original Spanish manuscript.

Author/Creator:
Robinson, Alfred, 1806-1895, author.
Publication:
New York : Wiley & Putnam, 1846.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (xii, 341, 9 unnumbered leaves of plates) : illustrations, portraits.
Series:
Indigenous Peoples: North America.
Indigenous Peoples: North America

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Subjects:
California -- Description and travel.
California -- History -- 1846-1850.
Catholic Church -- Missions -- California.
Missions -- California.
Indians of North America -- Missions -- California.
Notes:
Pages [342]-[346] are blank.
"Chinigchinich : a historical account of the origin, customs, and traditions of the Indians at the missionary establishment of St. Juan Capistrano, Alta California, called the Acagchemem Nation / collected with the greatest care ... by the Reverend Father Friar Geronimo Boscana, of the Order of Saint Francisco. New York : Published by Wiley & Putnam ..., 1846": pages [227]-341.
Reproduction of the original from the Lost Cause Press.
Contains:
Boscano, GeroĢnimo, 1776-1831. Chinigchinich.
OCLC:
899258397
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.