Checklist

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Checklist


Johnson, Charles N., California History


   The Checklist provides notice of publications that portray the
   diverse and exceptional nature of California. Readers and publishers
   who wish to call attention to recent works, including reprints,
   are requested to send the following bibliographical information to
   the Checklist editor: author, title, name and address of publisher,
   date of publication, price (including postage and handling), binding
   (cloth or paper), International Standard Book Number (ISBN),
   and order address. Mail to Charles N. Johnson, Checklist Editor,
   Ventura County Museum of History & Art, 100 East Main Street,
   Ventura, CA 9300l or email: library@vcmha.org.

Barrett, Jim. Ma Duncan. Raleigh, NC: Ivy House Publishing Group, 2004. $23.95 (paper), plus $4.75 postage and handling, $1.00 for each additional copy. Elizabeth Ann "Ma" Duncan, convicted of the murder of her pregnant daughter-in-law, was the last woman to be executed in California. ISBN: 1-57197-384-2. Order from: Ivy House Publishing Group; 5122 Bur Oak Circle; Raleigh, NC 27612.

Barstow, Diantha L. The Colemans of California: A Family History Focusing on the Lives of John Crisp Coleman, Edward Coleman, and Persis Sibley Coleman. Savannah, GA: D.L. Barstow, 2003. $40.00 (cloth), includes shipping and handling. ISBN: 0-9727-3720-0. Order from: Diantha L. Barstow; 1 Log Landing Road; Savannah, GA 31411-3040.

Bernasconi, Jane V.R. and Marion P. H. Hoekenga. Daughters of History: Centennial Memoirs of the Daughters of California Pioneers. Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Hills Books, 2000. $30.00 (cloth) ISBN: 1-8931-63314. Order from: Berkeley Hills Books; Post Office Box 9877; Berkeley, CA 94709.

Calloway, Colin G. One Vast Winter Count: The Native American West Before Lewis and Clark. Lincoln, NB: University of Nebraska Press, 2003. $39.95 (cloth) ISBN: 0-8032-1530-4. Order from: University of Nebraska Press; 233 North 8th Street; Lincoln, NE 68588-0255.

Copeland, Dennis and Jeanne McCoombs.

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