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Tales of California from the history and folklore of the Far West [by] Hector Lee. Illustrated by Sam Sirdofsky.
Lee, Hector, 1908-1992
[Santa Rosa, Calif., Printed by Letter Shop Press; distributed by Utah State University Press, Logan, 1974]
vii, 124 p. illus. 22 cm.
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Father Florian's secret.--The siege of Sebastopol.--Once upon a winter night.--Hatfield the rainmaker.--The shadows from Lookout Bridge.--Sontag and Evans.--The Russian and the lady.--The last train from Luffenholtz.--The spirit of Joaquin.--William B. Ide, the hero of Sonoma.--Diamonds from the Big Rock Candy Mountains.--You can't win 'em all.--A mountain that was named by fate.--The dream and the curse of Sam Brannan.--When Malay Pete went up.--High spirits.--Black Bart, shotgun poet.--Lola Montez and Lotta Crabtree.--Fifteen seconds to kill.--Ishi--the man.
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