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" When we join our fortune to hers we shall not become subjects, but fellow-citizens, possessing all the rights of the people of the United States, and choosing our own federal and local rulers. We shall have a stable government and just laws. California... "
The History of Contra Costa County. California - Page 39
edited by - 1917 - 635 pages
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A Tour of Duty in California: Including a Description of the Gold Region and ...

Joseph Warren Revere - California - 1849 - 305 pages
...our fortunes to hers, we shall not become subjects, but fellow-citizens, possessing all the rights of the people of the United States, and choosing our...laws. California will grow strong and flourish, and 80 MEXICAN ORDERS. her people will be prosperous, happy, and free. Look not, therefore, with jealousy...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volume 7

United States - 1867
...our fortune to hers we shall not become subjects, but fellow-citizens, possessing all the rights of the people of the United States, and choosing our...brothers who come to share with us a common destiny." Upon the conclusion of these remarks General Vallejo and his friends retired in a body from the meeting,...
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Reports Upon the Mineral Resources of the United States

John Ross Browne, James Wickes Taylor - Gold mines and mining - 1867 - 360 pages
...our fortune to hers we shall not become subjects, but fellow-citizens, possessing all the rights of the people of the United States, and choosing our...brothers who come to share with us a common destiny." fees that those of us who have come into this country since the discovery of gold in California was...
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Letter From the Secretary of the Treasury

1867
...our fortune to hers we shall not become subjects, but fellow-citizens, possessing all the rights of the people of the United States, and choosing our...government and just laws. California will grow strong an<} flourish, and her people will be prosperous, happy, and free. Look not, therefore, with jealousy...
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The Natural Wealth of California: Comprising Early History; Geography ...

Titus Fey Cronise - Agriculture - 1868 - 696 pages
...become subjects, but fellow-citizens, possessing all the rights of the people of the United States. Look not, therefore, with jealousy upon the hardy...brothers who come to share with us a common destiny. " In a few months after this meeting, California was in possession of the United States. About the...
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The Natural Wealth of California

TItus Fey Cronise - 1868
...become subjects, but fellow-citizens, possessing all the rights of the people of the United States. Look not, therefore, with jealousy upon the hardy...brothers who come to share with us a common destiny.'' In a few months after this meeting, California was in possession of the United States. About the time...
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The Natural Wealth of California: Comprising Early History; Geography ...

Titus Fey Cronise - Agriculture - 1868 - 696 pages
...become subjects, but fellow-citizens, possessing all the rights of the people of the United States. Look not, therefore, with jealousy upon the hardy...brothers who come to share with us a common destiny." In a few months after this meeting, California was in possession of the United States. About the time...
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The Natural Wealth of California: Comprising Early History; Geography ...

Titus Fey Cronise - Agriculture - 1868 - 696 pages
...become subjects, but fellow-citizens, possessing all the rights of the people of the United States. Look not, therefore, with jealousy upon the hardy...welcome them as brothers who come to share with us n common destiny. " In a few months after this meeting, California was in possession of the United...
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The Natural Wealth Of California

Titus Fey Cronise - 1868
...become subjects, but fellow-citizens, possessing all the rights of the people of the United States. Look not, therefore, with jealousy upon the hardy...our mountains, and cultivate our unoccupied plains j but rather welcome them as brothers who come to share with us a common destiny." In a few months...
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The Golden State: A History of the Region West of the Rocky Mountains ...

Rolander Guy McClellan - British Columbia - 1872 - 671 pages
...our fortune to hers, we shall not become subjects, but fellow-citizens, possessing all the rights of the people of the United States, and choosing our...brothers, who come to share with us a common destiny." From this period General Vallejo and his friends took active measures for the annexation of California...
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