California Under Spain and Mexico, 1535-1847, A Contribution Toward the History of the Pacific Coast of the United States, Based on Original Sources (Chiefly Manuscript) in the Spanish and Mexican Archives and Other Repositories. Irving Berdine Richman.

California Under Spain and Mexico, 1535-1847, A Contribution Toward the History of the Pacific Coast of the United States, Based on Original Sources (Chiefly Manuscript) in the Spanish and Mexican Archives and Other Repositories

Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1911.

First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. xvi, 541 pp, with maps, charts, plans, index, Folding chart (Secularization in Alta California) in front pocket and map (Map of Twenty-Two Spanish and American Trails and Routes Affecting California, 1694-1849) in rear pocket; both in fine condition. Light wear to edges including light bumped corners, light spotting to top edge. Binding sound, text clean. The object of this volume "first, is to provide, from the original sources, a readable yet concise narrative of the history of California under Spain and Mexico (1535-1847), and second, to equip the narrative with a sufficient apparatus of citation and criticism" (Preface).

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