California, the Last Frontier

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Index
ABAG, 143
aerospace industries, 97-98, 100-101, 103
agriculture, 54, 65, 66, 68, 81-82, 104- 108, 109-111, 122-125
airports, 142
Alarcon, 22, 24
Alta California, 27, 60
amenities, 78, 83-85, 95, 134-135
American River, 46, 49
Antelope Valley, 124
automobile, 18, 121-122, 140-141
Baja California, 23, 27, 33, 60
Bakersfield, 56, 68
BART, 141-142
Basin-Range Province, 67
Berkeley, 55, 121
"boom of the eighties," 18, 78, 121, 125
boundaries, 26-28, 60, 70
braceros, 112-113
Cabrillo, 15, 32, 33
California Current, 12, 72
California Water Plan, 138
Californios, 40
Cascade Range, 25, 63
Cascadia, 25
cattle, 38, 104, 107
Central Pacific Railroad, 88-89
Central Valley, 9, 48, 54, 68, 87, 127, 129
Central Valley Project, 127
chaparral, 14, 66
citrus, 15, 72, 125
Chinese, 30, 55, 87-88, 90, 112
climate, 11, 79-80
Coachella Valley, 124
Coast Ranges, 12, 13, 64-66, 129
Colorado Desert, 67
Colorado River, 24, 27, 28, 124, 127
commerce, 65, 95
Constitutional Convention, 27, 55, 71
Cortes, 33
cotton, 106-108, 125
counties, 41, 56, 57, 61, 62, 71
cyclonic storms, 11
dairying, 123-125
Davidson Current, 72
Death Valley, 9, 10, 12
Delisle, 23
Department of Water Resources, 127, 138
desert, 67-68
Dolwig, Senator, 60, 70
Donner Pass, 48
Drake, 21
dredging, 18, 120
East Bay area, 123, 127
education, 115-120
El Camino Real, 29, 34, 41, 65
employment, 83, 100-103, 109-113
environmental pollution, 135, 136
farms, 16, 105-107
federal government, 98-99, 101-106, 112-113, 115, 127
Filipinos, 112, 113
fisheries, 81
fog, 23
forest industries, 81
Franciscans, 35, 36, 60
freeways, 66, 105, 141
fruit production, 104-107, 125
fur trade, 29
geologic history, 24, 26
General Land Office Survey, 41
Germans, 87, 90
ghetto, 74, 146

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Preface 3
  • Contents 5
  • 1 - California as a Distinct Region 7
  • 2 - Island California 20
  • 3 - Spanish California 32
  • 4 - The Golden State 43
  • 5 - One California -- or Many Californias? 59
  • 6 - Migrants and Migrations 77
  • 7 - Change and Growth 93
  • 8 - The California of Tomorrow 131
  • Study Guide 147
  • General References 153
  • Index 158
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