The Annals of San Francisco

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2005 - History - 592 pages
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1855. Written by three journalists who were witnesses to and participants in the extraordinary events they describe, The Annals of San Francisco is both an essential record for historians and a delightful narrative for general readers. Over 100 historical engravings are included. Partial Contents: Expeditions of Viscaino; Conduct of the Fathers towards the natives; Pious Fund of California; Colonel John C. Fremont; Insurrection of the Californians; Description of the Golden Gate; The Mission and Presidio of San Francisco; Removal of the Hudson's Bay Company; Resolutions concerning gambling; General Effects of the Gold Discoveries; Third Great Fire; Immigration diminished; The Chinese in California; Clipper Ships; Increase of population; and Commercial depression.

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