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Spanish press of California 1833-1845.

Robert Ernest Cowan

Spanish press of California 1833-1845.

by Robert Ernest Cowan

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Published by [s.n.] in [San Francisco] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

This essay originally appeared in Publication no.III of the California Historic-Genealogical Society, (San Francisco, 1902). Reprinted as preface to "A bibliography of the Spanish Press of California, 1833-1845", San Francisco, 1919.

ContributionsCalifornia Historic-Genealogical Society.
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