A Natural and Civil History of California: Containing An Accurate Description of that Country, Its Soil, Mountains, Harbours, Lakes, Rivers and Seas, Its Animals, Vegetables, Minerals and Famous Fishery for Pearls : The Customs of the Inhabitants, Their Religion, Government and Manner of Living, Before Their Conversion to the Christian Religion by the Missionary Jesuits ; Together With Accounts of the Several Voyages and Attempts Made for Settling California and Taking Actual Surveys of that Country, Its Gulf and Coast of the South Sea ; In Two Volumes, Volume 2
Rivington and Fletcher, 1759 - 387 pages
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