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M. Theo Kearney: Prince of Fresno - Schyler Rehart & William K. Patterson
As one of Fresno County's premier pioneer land developers, M. Theo Kearney plays an integral role in the agricultural history of California's Central San... More

A Rocky Road: the pilgrimage of the grape - Charles W. Bonner
More than a historical chronicle of famous vineyards or a how-to primer on packing procedures and aging. Thanks to the sensitivity and expertise of the... More

The American Girls Handy Book - Lina Beard and Adelia B. Beard
If Tom Sawyer had been a girl, Aunt Polly would certainly have seen to it that she had a copy of this book-and with a heartfelt blessing. It's a magical... More

Guidebook to Yosemite: The Complete National Park - Steven P. Medley
In its sixth edition, this award-winning compact volume includes color photos and detailed maps, hiking and backpacking information, history of the park,... More

They saw the Elephant: Women in the California Gold Rush - JoAnn Levy
The phrase "seeing the elephant" symbolized for '49 Gold Rushers the exotic, the mythical, the once-in-a-lifetime adventure, unequaled anywhere else but in... More

The Field and Forest Handy Book - D.C. Beard
Daniel C. Beard 's great passion was making boys and girls feel at home in nature, to allow them to experience its wonders while fostering their sense of... More

The Dirt Is Red Here: Art and Poetry from Native California - Margret Dubin
Features well-known poets and internationally recognized artists, all from indigenous tribes of California. 81 pages, Trade Paper

Unsettling The West: Eliza Farnham and Georgiana Bruce Kirby in Frontier California - JoAnn Levy
The lives of these two pioneer reformers -- so inextricably bound up with each other through the lifetime gift of friendship -- stand revealed as important... More

Eldorado: Adventures In The Path Of Empire - Bayard Taylor
Working as a reporter for the New York Tribune, Bayard Taylor chronicled the birth of modern California during the tumultuous Gold Rush era. His account... More

Only What We Could Carry - The Japanese American Internment Experience Lawson Fusao Inada
Shortly after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, more than 100,000 Japanese Americans were uprooted from their homes and communities and banished to remote... More