wavering sentiment of this day of golden lust to an appreciation of the work
accomplished by a band of noble pioneers, ... of romantic stories, Mission Tales in the Days of the Dons (1909), showing the padres as especially concerned for
Author: Nina Baym
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Women Writers of the American West, 1833–1927 recovers the names and works of hundreds of women who wrote about the American West during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, some of them long forgotten and others better known novelists, poets, memoirists, and historians such as Willa Cather and Mary Austin Holley. Nina Baym mined literary and cultural histories, anthologies, scholarly essays, catalogs, advertisements, and online resources to debunk critical assumptions that women did not publish about the West as much as they did about other regions. Elucidating a substantial body of nearly 650 books of all kinds by more than 300 writers, Baym reveals how the authors showed women making lives for themselves in the West, how they represented the diverse region, and how they represented themselves. Baym accounts for a wide range of genres and geographies, affirming that the literature of the West was always more than cowboy tales and dime novels. Nor did the West consist of a single landscape, as women living in the expanses of Texas saw a different world from that seen by women in gold rush California. Although many women writers of the American West accepted domestic agendas crucial to the development of families, farms, and businesses, they also found ways to be forceful agents of change, whether by taking on political positions, deriding male arrogance, or, as their voluminous published works show, speaking out when they were expected to be silent.
14 , Apr . 8 , 1909 1801 Forbes , Harrie Rebecca Piper ( Smith ) “ Mrs . A . S . C .
Forbes . ” Mission tales in the days of the dons , by Mrs . A . S . C . Forbes . . . with
nine full page illustrations and decorative drawings , by Langdon Smith .
The First Californian , The Story of Fray Junipero Serra . New York , NY :
Hawthorn Books ... Forbes , Mrs. A. S. C. Mission Tales in the Days of the Dons .
Chicago , IL : A. C. McClurg and Company , 1909 . Hildrup , Jessie S. The Missions of ...
Author: James Osborne
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Touring south to north, from San Diego through Santa Barbara County, this unique compendium takes the reader through the Southern California Mission System as portrayed on vintage postcards. The book elaborates on the missions' myriad functions along the coastal El Camino Real through several centuries as not only isolated centers of civilization in the wilderness and altars of Catholic faith, but also as incursions of empire and politics and the means to convert Native American tribespeople to Christianity. While the Missions San Gabriel and San Juan Capistrano fittingly receive ample coverage herein, this book covers the region's nine major missions as well as outlying chapels, or "asistencias."
Un Americano ; a story of the mission days , 1895 . ( San Luis Rey Mission ) . ... (
Story of itinerant horsedealers , with SD one of the points visited ) . - Cozzens ...
Forbes , Mrs . A . S . C . Mission tales in the days of the dons , 1909 . ( One tale
Forbes, A. S. S. Mission Tales in the Days of the Dons. Los Angeles: Gem
Publishing Company, 1909. Glassock, C. B. Gold in Them Hills. Indianapolis: The
BobbsMerrill Company, 1932. Hallenbeck, Cleve, and J. H. William. Legends of
Author: S. E. Schlosser
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Pull up a chair or gather round the campfire and get ready for thirty creepy tales of ghostly hauntings, eerie happenings, and other strange occurrences in California. Set in the Golden State's big cities, oceanside towns, rugged mountains, and sparsely populated deserts, the stories in this entertaining and compelling collection will have readers looking over their shoulders again and again. California's folklore is kept alive in these expert retellings by master storyteller S. E. Schlosser and in artist Paul Hoffman's evocative illustrations. Readers will meet the Queen of Death Valley, cheer on the ghost who haunts his claim-jumping murderer, look out for a blood-hungry rolling head, learn about the sea monster of Monterey Bay Canyon, and hear otherworldly voices from the Pacific Ocean--or simply feel an icy wind on the back of their necks on a warm California evening. Whether read around the campfire on a dark and stormy night or from the backseat of the family van on the way to grandma's, this is a collection to treasure.
Author: San Francisco Public LibraryPublish On: 1907
1909 . K620 : 18 * q979.493 W694 MACGRATH , Harold . Hearts and masks .
Fiction c . 1905 . M147 : 9 MALLOCK , W. H. An immortal soul : a ADVENTURES
AT SEA ... FORBES , H. R. P. S. Mission tales in the j C941 : 12 days of the dons .
Mission tales in the days with which to fit himself for his of the dons . 1909
profession . Mission tales based on facts , stories , and reminiscences of
CaliGibson , Mrs ELLEN . A fair Californian , fornia pioneers ; also legends and
by Olive Harper ...
Author: California State Library
Vols. for 1971- include annual reports and statistical summaries.
Author: California State Library. California DepartmentPublish On: 1914
... its mines and people . southern California . FORBES , JRS HARRIE REBECCA
The wizard's daughter , and other PIPER ( SMITH ) . Mission tales in stories .
190.7 . the days of the dons . 1909 . A few of these stories have a California Mission ...
Author: California State Library. California Department
"Facts about the writing, illustrating, editing, publishing, reviewing, collecting, selling, and preservation of American books ... The material has been arranged in dictionary form, with cross-reference to related subjects."--Preface.
Fogg Art Mua, Harvard U, □bee 1909; lecturer fine arte. Harvard, since 1900.
Hon. dir. ... Clubt: City, EMI, Friday Morning. Author: California Missions and
Landmarks and El Camino Real, 1903; Mission Tales in the Days of the Dons, 1909.
Author: John William Leonard
Category: United States
Vols. 28-30 accompanied by separately published parts with title: Indices and necrology.
16+ ulty and its development . N. Y. , Dutton , 360 p . fold . tabs . , D. (
International scien ( 1909. ) ... Mission tales in the days at work to make our
common of the dons ; with 9 full - page il . and deco in every way . " Author claims
negroes of ...
It would be transformed into an uplifting tale of ... The suffering of the mission
Indians would not play a part in the story . The rancho period , meanwhile , would
come to be popularly known by the new Americans as “ the Days of the Dons , ” a
Author: Edna E. Kimbro
Publisher: Getty Publications
"Illustrated in color throughout, The California Missions: History, Art, and Preservation combines engaging text with historical paintings, archival photographs, and recent photography to create a vivid chronicle of these iconic institutions. The narrative recounts their founding and early history, surveys mission art and architecture, and examines their role in shaping the history and culture of California. A final chapter discusses recent advances in preserving the mission heritage for future generations. The second part of the book provides concise historical profiles for each of the twenty-one missions." --Book Jacket.