THE LOS ANGELES STAR, 1851-1864: The Beginnings of Journalism in Southern California.

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THE LOS ANGELES STAR, 1851-1864: The Beginnings of Journalism in Southern California.
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Place Published: Berkeley
Publisher: University of California Press
Date Published:
Edition: First edition
Binding: Hardcover
Condition: Owner name at top of front free endpaper, else very good, in jacket with fading at top of front panel, light edgewear, tape reinforcement to underside at jacket spine ends
Book Id: 22050

Description

xvi, 315 pp., octavo, green cloth with gilt titles, dustjacket.

Comments

The first full-length account of southern California's earliest newspaper. Author William B. Rice died in 1942 at the age of 26 in a climbing accident. His work was edition by his friend and former teacher John Caughey.


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