Palos Verdes Peninsula: Time and the Terraced Land
Readers of this historical treasure are transported to the times of the Native Americans, to the coming of the intrepid explorers and the dons, through the mission days and the American occupation. This new edition has been fully updated, and includes more than 50 rare photographs.
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