California History: A Topical Approach

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INDEX
Note: Italicized page numbers indicate figures.
Abarta, Hortensia, 95, 96, 98
Abarta, Lastencia, 95–99, 102
Across the Rio Grande (film), 128
Addams, Jane, 113
African Americans: migration of, 126, 163, 167; motion picture venues for, 129, 134, 137, 139; Okies' attitudes toward, 164; restraints on, 149, 156; riots against, 187; stereotypes of, 126–27, 128, 141, 157–58; in Zoot-Suit riots, 176. See also Lincoln Motion Picture Company (LMPC)
Agricultural and Food Policy Act (1990), 207
Agriculture: and cattle, 66, 76; and cotton culture, 154, 158, 159, 161, 164; depression-era changes in, 148; immigrants' hopes for, 110; large landholdings in, 159–60, 165, 194; overview of, 192– 94; shift to wheat, 150– 51; and zoning, 203. See also Migrant workers; Vintibusiness
Alamitos, 76
Alcatraz Island, 14
Alert (ship), 74
Alexander, David W., 48
Alien Land Act (1913), 152
Alpine Club (Los Angeles), 175
Alvarado, F. A., 53
American Association of Social Workers, 162
American Civil Liberties Union, 162
American Indian Historical Society, 14
American Indian Movement, 14
American Indians: colonial experiences of, 4–9; description of, 33; and economic development, 1–2, 14–18; hunting/ gathering activities of, 3– 4; jail allotment for, 47– 48, 59–60; marginalization of, 149; rights of, 10–11, 15–16, 18; settlers' contacts with, 36; trappers' contacts with, 7, 23, 24, 25–26, 29, 31; U.S. domination of, 8–14
Americanization, 10, 11–12. See also Assimilation; California Americanization Program
American River, 9
American Vineyard Foundation, 207
Amerine, Maynard, 204
Anaheim Colony, 76
Anaheim Weekly Gazette, 79
Annexation, 33, 196
Armijo, Antonio, 31
Arrowwood Vineyards and Winery, 191
Arvin, 161
Ashley, William, 23
Assimilation: federal government's strategies of, 11–12; missions' strategies of, 6; of Okies, 166; resurgence of programs for, 122; via education, 112–18. See also Americanization
Associated Press, 88
Austin, Stephen F., 23
Autry, Gene, 166–67
Bailey, F. Lee, 86
Baja California, 75–76
Ballinger, Capt. C. J., 137– 38
Bancroft, H. H., 155
Bandini, Arcadia, 32
Banning, Phineas, 32
Barnes, Gen. William H. L., 88–90, 91–92
Baron, W. W., 100
Bartleson, John, 35
Barton, James, 48, 53, 56

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