CALIFORNIA, FROM THE CONQUEST IN 1846 TO THE SECOND VIGILANCE COMMITTEE IN SAN FRANCISCO : A STUDY OF AMERICAN CHARACTER (WESTERN AMERICANA PLANNED IN CONNECTION WITH CALIFORNIA'S CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS, 1946-50)

By: Royce, Josiah; Introduction by Robert Glass Cleland

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[xxxviii], 394p., xv. Endpapers toned, jacket has a large chip on top front edge with smaller chips and tears to edges and former price tag on back flap. Ten years in the history of California in which philosopher-historian Royce delineates the American character. Jacket design by W.A. Dwiggens. (8-5/8"x5-7/8")

Title: CALIFORNIA, FROM THE CONQUEST IN 1846 TO THE SECOND VIGILANCE COMMITTEE IN SAN FRANCISCO : A STUDY OF AMERICAN CHARACTER (WESTERN AMERICANA PLANNED IN CONNECTION WITH CALIFORNIA'S CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS, 1946-50)

Author Name: Royce, Josiah; Introduction by Robert Glass Cleland

Categories: CALIFORNIANA,

Edition: First Borzoi Edition

Publisher: New York, Alfred A. Knopf: 1948

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition: Very good

Jacket Condition: good Jacket

Seller ID: H12536

Keywords: California History Vigilance Committees San Francisco Committee 1856 American National Characteristics