|Statement||edited, with an introduction, by Douglas C. McMurtrie.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 87/5043 (P)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 281 p.|
|Number of Pages||281|
|LC Control Number||86234228|
Los Gatos CA: The Talisman Press, 1st. Half leather. First Edition. Limitied to 50 copies, numbered and SIGNED by the editor. Octavo, pp. Printed on Ticonderoga text, extra-illustrated with facsimile reproductions of eight early California newspapers. specially bound with black morocco leather spine and marbled paper covered boards; gilt lettering to spine. Our extensive collection of California newspapers is one of the California History Section's treasures. Dating back to , it consists of more than 2, titles and includes long runs of at least one title from each of the 58 counties. The majority of our newspapers are on microfilm. However, we also have a number of specimen newspapers, and provide online access to several newspaper databases. Discover California historical newspaper archives from in more than billion old newspaper articles about billion people! If you are embarking on a journey to understand California, I would begin with this book. Sure, if this was meant to be a comprehensive history of California, it would be s of pages long; however, it does provide certain episodes, and names in California history which gives the reader a starting point to explore further after this s:
The Southern Californian began in July, , and an all Spanish paper, El Clamor Publico, began competing for Spanish-speaking readers in June San Diego's first paper was the Herald, established in May Before , California had 57 newspapers and periodicals serving an average readership of , Books shelved as california-history: California: A History by Kevin Starr, The Library Book by Susan Orlean, Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott O'Dell. The California Historical Society Collection is incomparable for the documentary picture it provides of the growth of Southern California, particularly the development of the Los Angeles region, between and The collection contains more t photographs. The Name and the Geography California's history is so romantic and filled with legend that it is fitting that the region was named for a fictional island paradise described in the 16th century Spanish romance Las Serges de Esplandian, which was popular when Spain’s explorers first came to this part of North America's Pacific Coast.
This is a list of newspapers in California actively being published daily and non-daily. There were over 1, newspapers published in California at the beginning of Daily Newspapers. Name City Owner Daily Circulation Niche San Jose Mercury News: San Jose: Digital First Media: , Los Angeles Times: Los Angeles. Get this from a library! A history of California newspapers; being a contemporary chronicle of early printing and publishing on the Pacific coast; reprinted for the first time from the Sacramento Daily Union of Decem l Being the account of early American printing and publishing written soonest after the events it chronicles.. [Edward C Kemble; Douglas C McMurtrie; Sacramento Union.]. The library's Historical File is a collection of newspaper clippings, articles, and ephemera about El Dorado County people, places and events. This resource is available only at the Main Library. Microfilms and Newspapers. The library has a collection of microfilm of local newspapers. The official periodical of the California Historical Society is California History, which began in This quality publication is available at some libraries in the United States. This quality publication is available at some libraries in the United States.