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Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Daughters of California Pioneers, Daughters of History is the unsung history of California's earliest settlers and their families. This book offers a glimpse into the exciting first chapters of California history. Beginning with the period of Mexican rule in the early 1800s, continuing through the migration from the East Coast in the early 1840s, and forging on into the gold rush days, it contains perspectives rarely encountered in conventional historical accounts. The narratives are drawn from oral histories and family and local history books.
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