3 edition of historical sketch of Los Angeles County, California found in the catalog.
historical sketch of Los Angeles County, California
Juan Jose Warner
John & Laree Caughey Collection.
|Statement||prepared by Col. J. J. Warner, Judge Benjamin Hayes, [and] Dr. J. P. Widney ; a reprint of the original edition published by Louis Lewin & Co., 1876, to which is added an invaluable introduction written by Dr. J. P. Widney, the surviving member of the trio, July 4, 1936.|
|Contributions||Hayes, Benjamin Ignatius, 1815-1877., Widney, Joseph Pomeroy, 1841-1938., Los Angeles (Calif.). Centennial celebration, 1876. Literary committee.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||159 p. :|
|Number of Pages||159|
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