1 edition of San Diego, where California began found in the catalog.
San Diego, where California began
James R. Mills
by San Diego Historical Society in [San Diego]
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by James Mills.|
|LC Classifications||F869.S22 M52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||60003379|
ABOUT THE BOOK. San Diego: Where California Began was first published as Volume VI, Number 1 (January ) of the San Diego History Center has since passed through four editions.
The fifth edition, published inwas extended by Senator Mills to cover the years between and BOOKS. History of San Diego, by William Ellsworth Smythe. The History of San Diego by Richard Pourade Volume I: The Explorers, Volume II: Time of the Bells, Volume III: The Silver Dons, Volume IV: The Glory Years, Volume V: Gold in the Sun, Volume VI: The Rising Tide, OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published as an article in vol.
VI, no. 1 (January, )--of the San Diego Historical Society Quarterly. Inthe article was expanded and republished in the Society's Journal of San Diego History as vol. XIII (October, ) combined with vol. XIV, no.
1 (January, ), and it was reprinted in with a new cover. Tuesday, Ma - NEWS RELEASE San Diego – Standing alongside a broad coalition of civic leaders, organizations, community volunteers and Kumeyaay representatives, Mayor Kevin L.
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The San Diego Book Project began in by donating books to students at a local inner city elementary school, books that had been given to us by Don Brown and Ted Kehoe, the owners of Abookheaven, a local online book seller. We became a California Nonprofit Corporation inand received tax-exempt status per IRC (c) (3) the same year.
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