California As It Is And As It May Be Or A Guide To The Gold Region

Author by : Felix Paul Wierzbicki
Language : en
Publisher by : Createspace Independent Pub
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Description : The residence of several years in the country together with his familiarity with its whole extent, not excluding the Gold Region in which he passed more than four months rambling over its mountains, and even crossing the Sierra Nevada to the verge of the great Western Desert, give the writer of these pages a degree of confidence in the belief that by presenting this work to the public, notwithstanding the numerous books that have already appeared upon the subject, he supplies the desideratum so much needed at this moment, and renders justice to California that of late suffered a little in her reputation by the indiscretion of some of her friends. THE AUTHOR. San Francisco, Sept. 30, 1849.


Route 66 In California

Author by : Glen Duncan
Language : en
Publisher by : Arcadia Publishing
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Description : The "Mother Road" hauled it all, traversing the American West from Chicago to Santa Monica Beach, the last 350 miles through Southern California. For settlers, Depression-era "Okies" and "Arkies," and post-World War II families bound for suburbia, Route 66 was a migration funnel for generations. Wending through the mountains and badlands of San Bernardino County into Los Angeles County, Route 66 became a state of mind and a catchphrase for travelers everywhere, especially after singer Bobby Troupe popularized the hit song "(Get Your Kicks on) Route 66" and actors Martin Milner and George Maharis hit the road with the ragtop down and the shades on in the namesake television series that seemed to go anywhere every week. The shield of the Route 66 sign has become iconography for the growth of Southern California's economy, population, popularity, and folklore.


Three Years In California

Author by : rey walter colton
Language : en
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California Place Names

Author by : Erwin G. Gudde
Language : en
Publisher by : Univ of California Press
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Description : This anniversary edition concentrates on the origins of the names currently used for the cities, towns, settlements, mountains, and streams of California, with engrossing accounts of the history of their usage. The dictionary includes a glossary and a bibliography.


Deep California

Author by : Craig Chalquist
Language : en
Publisher by : Craig Chalquist, PhD
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Description : California has been invaded by three imperial powers: Spain, Mexico, and the United States. Deep California examines in depth the lingering psychological traumas and motifs emanating from that long history of conquest. These unhealed events have not been left in the past: they recur symbolically again and again, growing in intensity as the overbuilt land and its distracted occupiers unconsciously but definitively demonstrate that environmental justice and social justice can no longer be thought of as separate. Pacing crusaders and colonizers from county to county along El Camino Real, Deep California studies the lingering impact of continuous oppression of people and places as images and themes of displacement and exile filter down into architecture, agriculture, politics, art, culture, psychology, and even folklore and dream. Yet within the shadows cast over California also dwell resistance, humor, irony, tragedy, and hope for more heartfelt and soulful connections to this story-rich "land of the sundown sea." "History" is an inadequate term for such a sweeping and deep discovery of how the past informs the present. This work deserves to be read widely by all Californians and Americans, and taken to heart, and the hard lessons applied to all places we inhabit on this stolen land. -Lesley Thomas, author of Flight of the Goose (Far Eastern Press, 2005) "A monumental and much-needed study in depth of the conquest, occupation, traumatization, and animation of the mission cities and counties of coastal California, places which have worked their way into our unsuspecting psyches." -Linda Buzzell, MA, MFT, co-editor of Ecotherapy: Healing with Nature in Mind (Sierra Club Books, 2009)


California Vieja

Author by : Phoebe S. Kropp
Language : en
Publisher by : Univ of California Press
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Description : The characteristic look of Southern California, with its red-tiled roofs, stucco homes, and Spanish street names suggests an enduring fascination with the region’s Spanish-Mexican past. In this engaging study, Phoebe S. Kropp reveals that the origins of this aesthetic were not solely rooted in the Spanish colonial period, but arose in the early twentieth century, when Anglo residents recast the days of missions and ranchos as an idyllic golden age of pious padres, placid Indians, dashing caballeros and sultry senoritas. Four richly detailed case studies uncover the efforts of Anglo boosters and examine the responses of Mexican and Indian people in the construction of places that gave shape to this cultural memory: El Camino Real, a tourist highway following the old route of missionaries; San Diego’s world’s fair, the Panama-California Exposition; the architecturally- and racially-restricted suburban hamlet Rancho Santa Fe; and Olvera Street, an ersatz Mexican marketplace in the heart of Los Angeles. California Vieja is a compelling demonstration of how memory can be more than nostalgia. In Southern California, the Spanish past became a catalyst for the development of the region’s built environment and public culture, and a civic narrative that still serves to marginalize Mexican and Indian residents.


California Income Tax Manual 2008

Author by : Kathleen K. Wright
Language : en
Publisher by : CCH
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Description : CCH's California Income Tax Manual is a comprehensive, single-source guide to income taxes for individuals, businesses, and estates and trusts in California. It provides clear, straightforward guidance on complex issues and provides numerous examples, tips and suggestions to illustrate how to apply the California income tax law to taxpayer situations. The author, Kathleen Wright, is a well-known California practitioner, CPE presenter and Professor at California State University at Fullerton. This annually-published resource is thoroughly tested and modified by classroom, CPE and consulting use feedback. The book describes and reflects new income tax developments, with an in-depth focus on the problem of conformity. California Income Tax Manual is presented in easy-to-read and easy-to-understand language and it focuses on the practical implications of the topics and concepts discussed, making it a great tool for reference, review and staff training on California income taxation. Important state tax issues, such as nexus, allocation and apportionment, and unitary group reporting (including combined reporting) all get substantial treatment in the book and special consideration is given to California rules that differ from federal rules throughout this extensive manual.


Introduction To Water In California

Author by : David Carle
Language : en
Publisher by : Univ of California Press
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Survival Skills Of Native California

Author by : Paul Douglas Campbell
Language : en
Publisher by : Gibbs Smith
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Description : A comprehensive examination of the wisdom and practical arts of California's native population offers step-by-step instructions for utilizing ancient knowledge, such as tool building, fire-making, hunting, fishing, and much more. Original.


California Real Estate Practice

Author by : William H. Pivar
Language : en
Publisher by : Dearborn Real Estate
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Description : Building on industry fundamentals, this new edition provides the skills a student needs to build a sucessful real estate practice. The text explores issure facing professionals, including advertising, qualifying prospects, loan applications, investment analysis, competitive market analysis, and using the Internet in practice. (493 pages, 2004 copywright.) Chapters include: * Instructor Note * Student Enrichment Exercises * Power Point Presentations * Chapter 1: Getting Started in Real Estate * Chapter 2: Ethics, Fair Housing and Trust Funds * Chapter 3: Mandatory Disclosures * Chapter 4: Prospecting * Chapter 5: Listing Presentation Package * Chapter 6: Listing Presentations * Chapter 7: Servicing The Listing * Chapter 8: Advertising * Chapter 9: The Buyer and The Property Showing * Chapter 10: Obtaining the Offer and Creating the Sales Agreement * Chapter 11: From Offer To Closing * Chapter 12: Real Estate Financing * Chapter 13: Escrow and Title Insurance * Chapter 14a: Taxation * Chapter 14b: Taxation (cont.) * Chapter 15: Property Management and Leasing * Chapter Quiz Answer Keys * Mini Quizzes for All Chapters * Mini Quiz Answer Keys