The People of the Pueblo, or, The Story of Sonoma. Centenial Edition

Murphy, Celeste G.

Published by Binfords & Mort, Publishers, Portland, OR, 1945
Condition: Near Fine Hardcover
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Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good +. 303 pp, Preface by C. G. Murphy; Foreword by Kittredge London (The Jack London Ranch); list of b&w illustrations; The Indian Vale; II. A Mission is Founded; III. The Russians and the Mission; IV. Fate of Mission Indians; V. Vallejo, the Colonizer; VI. The Indians Greet Vallejo; VII. A Pueblo is Founded; VIII. Californians Frown; IX. The Comandante; X. Alvarado Becomes Govenor; XI. And Then the Gringo; XII. Sonoma In 1841; XIII. Sutter Visits Sonoma; XIV. An American Called to Account; XV. John C. Fremont; XVI. Settlers Ride to Sonoma; XVII. The Seniors Are Hated; XVIII. A Yankee Surprise; XIX. The Bear Flag; XX. Garcia and His Cutthroats; XXI. Fremont Reaches Sonoma; XXII. Fourth of July, 1846; XXIII. Sonoma Under American Rule; XXIV. Gallant Volunteers; XXV. An Emigrant Party's Plight; XXVI. Gold Discovery Routs Dreamers; XXVII. Strutting Officials Make Trouble; XXVIII. The Days of Froty-Nine; XXX. Barbecue Wins County Seat; XXXI. School Days in the Fifties; XXXII. Muddled Land Grants; XXXIII. How Frotunes Slipped Away; XXXIV. Old Candlelight Letters; XXXV. Settlers Find a True Friend; XXXVI. Epaulets auctioned to Pay Debts; XXXVII. The Blue Wing; XXXVIII. Lachryma Montis and Social Life; XXXIX. Belles of Sonoma; XL. Wines and Champagne; XLI. Aristocrats Buy Vineyards; XLII. After Stage Coach Days; XLIII. Early Day Socialbility; XLIV. Jack London In Sonoma Valley. Third Printing, 1948. Price clipped. Small chips top edge spine corners dj with minor edge wear to bottom edge of same. Only the faintest age-toning to text block edges and front endpapers, else, Prinstine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Beige cloth with black out-lined red and beige California flag and black lettering to front board, and black lettering to spine. Size: 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 004059

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Title: The People of the Pueblo, or, The Story of ...

Publisher: Binfords & Mort, Publishers, Portland, OR

Publication Date: 1945

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition:Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good +

Edition: Third Printing

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