California, the Last Frontier

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Abeloe, William N. (editor), Historic Spots in California, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1966. 642 pp. (revision of Hoover work).

Aschmann, Homer, "Purpose in the Southern California Landscape", Journal of Geography, 66 ( September, 1967), 311-317.

Bailey, Harry P., The Climate of Southern California, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1966.

Bancroft, Hubert H., History of California, San Francisco: History Co., 1884-1890. 7 vols.

Brown, Vinson, The California Wildlife Region, San Martin, California: Naturegraphy Company, 1957. 128 pp.

Brown, Vinson, and David Allan, Rocks and Minerals of California, San Martin, California: Naturegraphy Company, 1955. 120 pp.

Brown, Vinson and Henry G. Weston, Jr., Handbook of California Birds, Healdsburg: Naturegraphy Company, 1961. 156 pp.

Burcham, Lee T., California Range Land: an Historico-Ecologic Study, Sacramento: Division of Forestry, 1957. 261 pp.

California, Going, Going . . ., Sacramento: California Tomorrow, 1962. 63 pp.

"California, the Nation within a Nation", Saturday Review ( September 23, 1967), 17-76+.

California: The Dynamic State, Santa Barbara: McNally and Loftin, 1966. 224 pp.

California, Department of Natural Resources, Know California's Land, Sacramento: 1952, 43 pp.

California, Division of Mines, Evolution of the California Landscape, Bulletin 158, edited by Norman E. A. Hinds, Sacramento: 1952. 240 pp.

California, Economic Development Agency, California Statistical Abstract, Sacramento: Annual.

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