The Story of California from the Earliest Days to the Present
A. C. McClurg & Company, 1913 - 390 strani
General history from the discovery, early explorations, Missions, Spanish and Mexican regimes, arrival of Americans, discovery of gold and Gold Rush, establishing California government, railroads, Constitution of 1879 and political history since then, development of natural resources, growth of cities. Appendix includes Missions and presidents, prefects, governors of Spanish and Mexican California and of the State, population.
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American Angeles arrived attempt authorities became began body brought buildings Cali California called capital carried caused Chinese civil coast command completed constitution continued course courts early effect elected established fact finally fire five followed force fornia four friars gold governor hands houses immediately important increase Indians known labor land later legislature lives Los Angeles matter means ment Mexican Mexico mines mission Monterey natives never organization Pacific Panama party passed political population position possible present production question railroad reached received result San Diego San Francisco Santa secure sent ship soon southern Spanish success supply taken territory thousand tion took towns turned Union United whole
Stran 313 - Each stockholder of a corporation or joint-stock association shall be individually and personally liable for such proportion of all its debts and liabilities contracted or incurred during the time he was a stockholder, as the amount of stock or shares owned by him bears to the whole of the subscribed capital stock or shares of the corporation or association.
Stran 313 - The directors or trustees of corporations and joint-stock associations shall be jointly and severally liable to the creditors and stockholders for all moneys embezzled or misappropriated by the officers of such corporation or joint-stock association, during the term of office of such director or trustee.
Stran 255 - I went into it as a religious duty to society, although I knew I was going antagonistic to the law of my city and state, which every good American looks upon with a great deal of dread, certainly. After embarking in it, as I did, with my whole soul and determination to purge the city of these abominations, I and my companions of the executive committee also, to a man, were governed by the purest motives.
Stran 285 - The China boys will yet vote at the same polls, study at the same schools, and bow at the same altar as our own countrymen.
Stran 145 - Lamb, whose life occupies the last quarter of the eighteenth century and the first quarter of the nineteenth...
Stran 49 - ... to put to flight all the hosts of Hell and subject to the mild yoke of our holy faith the barbarity of the gentile Dieguinos." Then more huts are built, and one is dedicated as a church. The new establishment, however, in which Father Parron is associate minister, still lacks one essential element of a prosperous mission, namely, converts, who in this case are difficult to find.
Stran 333 - The sides of these mountains are entirely barren ; their tops capped by perennial snow. There may be in California, now made free by its constitution, and no doubt there are, some tracts of valuable land. But it is not so in New Mexico. Pray, what is the evidence which every gentleman must have obtained on this subject, from information sought by himself or communicated by others? I have inquired and read all I could find, in order to acquire information on this important subject.
Stran 214 - My sons, God has given this gold to the Americans. Had he desired us to have it, he would have given it to us ere now.