2 edition of California in the war. found in the catalog.
California in the war.
California. Governor (1917-1923 : Stephens)
Covers period from April 6, 1917, to November 11, 1918, and the period of reconstruction immediately following.
|Other titles||War addresses, proclamations and patriotic messages.|
|Statement||Issued by the War history department of the California Historical survey commission.|
|Contributions||California Historical Survey Commission.|
|LC Classifications||D570.85 .C2A5 1921a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||90 p., 1 l.,|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||21027291|
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“Diane North’s excellent book is the first serious social history of California during World War I. Comprehensive, carefully researched, and clearly written, the book is especially valuable for its detailed discussion of serious violations of constitutional rights and liberties made in the name of false patriotism.”.
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Moving and tough. The United States and California The Mexican government and Spanish-speaking Californians became increasingly suspicious of the motives of the "Americans" of the United States. InJohn Charles Frémont led a party of Army topographical engineers that "accidentally" crossed the Sierras into California and traveled the length of the San Joaquin Valley before making their way home.
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