LIST OF PHOTOGRAPHS,
MAPS, AND TABLES

Desert flora / 3

Floor of Yosemite Valley / 5

Major Native Linguistic Groups (map) / 13

Members of the Diegueno tribe / 14

Table 1.1 California’s Native Population / 17

Ragged stretch along California’s northern coast / 23

Early Spanish Voyages (map) / 25

Spanish North America (map) / 33

Colonnades at Mission San Juan Capistrano / 35

Mission San Luis Rey / 42

The California Missions (map) / 44

Chapel and well at Fort Ross / 57

Early Explorers of the West (1820s, map) / 92

Early Trails of the West (map) / 92

Early Explorers of the West (1830s, map) / 93

Early Transport Routes of the West (map) / 93

War with Mexico (map) / 104

Los Angeles, 1857 / 107

Main Routes to the Gold Fields (map) / 111

Floor of Death Valley / 117

“Sundry Amusements in the Mines” / 120

Broadside advertisement / 122

Vigilantes in San Francisco / 133

North Beach, San Francisco, ca. 1860 / 142

San Francisco residences / 143

Colton and Crocker mansions / 143

Placer miner / 147

Going into the mines by stagecoach / 149

L. Lichtenberger’s carriage factory / 151

African American placer miner / 164

Leland Stanford, ca. 1875 / 167

Chinese construction workers / 173

Harvesting in the San Fernando Valley / 180

Orange groves / 180

Vicente Lugo ranch house / 184

Chinese butcher shop / 190

Win-em-a, a Modoc / 201

San Francisco Bulletin correspondent taking notes / 203

Denis Kearney / 209

Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas / 216

Theodore Roosevelt with John Muir / 222

Market Street / 225

Earthquake damage, San Francisco, 1906 / 234

Displaced San Francisco residents / 234

The defense in the great San Francisco graft trials / 236

Hiram Johnson / 238

The Hotel del Coronado / 242

“Spudding in” ceremonies / 245

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