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Eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century foreign literature on Alta California depicts the Hispanic population as indolent and inefficient at developing the region’s natural bounty, providing a justification for conquest. California’s early representation as an island conveyed connotations of...
New and old research methods applied to the task of finding out the identities of the twenty-one individuals who founded the Historical Society of Southern California in 1883 serve as a demonstration of methodology while uncovering the interesting variety among the founders.
The 1932 Olympics in Los Angeles marked the Golden Age of the Games. Detailed here are the city's 52 years of efforts to host them again in the face of internal rivalry, geopolitical confrontations, and fragmented international, national, and local power structures. The 1984 Games in Los Angeles...
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