Ethnic California: Sources

Ethnic California: Parallel Histories and Alternative Voices



1. Acuña, Rodolfo. Occupied America : a history of Chicanos, Rodolfo Acuña. 2d ed. New York : Harper & Row, c1981.
UCSB Main Lib E184.M5 A628 1981 Col Tloque Nahuaque
UCSB Main Lib E184.M5 A628 1981

2. Anarchy, Los Angeles. Los Angeles : Kimtex Corp., c1965.
UCSB Main Lib F869.L8 A52 1965 Special Coll

3. Chan, Sucheng. Hmong Means Free: Life in Laos and America. Edited and with an introduction by Sucheng Chan. Philadelphia, Temple University Press, 1994. Series title: Asian American history and culture series.
UCSB Main Lib DS558.8 .H56 Asian American Studies Special Coll

4. Chumash Rock Painting. [Pictograph, cave paintings of Chumash Indians, Cuyama region. Rendered by Nan O’Byrne from "Rock paintings of the Chumash" by Campbell Grant. Santa Barbara, Capricorn Press, 197-].
UCSB Main Lib E99.C815 G725 1970z Special Coll

5. Daniels, Douglas Henry. Pioneer Urbanites : A Social And Cultural History Of Black San Francisco. Foreword by Nathan Irvin Huggins. Philadelphia :Temple University Press, 1980.
UCSB Main Lib F869.S39 N43
UCSB Main Lib F869.S39 N43 Black Studies

6. Disturnell’s Treaty Map; The map that was part of the Guadalupe Hidalgo Treaty on southwestern boundaries, 1848. [Text by Jack D. Rittenhouse]. Santa Fe, Stagecoach Press [c1965].
UCSB Main Lib E408 .D5
UCSB Main Lib E408 .D5 Special Coll SRLF for loan details.

7. Documenting Everyday Life In Early Spanish California : The Santa Barbara Presidio Memorias Y Facturas, 1779-1810. Edited by Giorgio Perissinotto ... [et al]. Santa Barbara, Calif. : Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation, 1998.
UCSB Main Lib E184.S7 D6 1998

8. Egami, Hatsuye, 1902-. The Evacuation Diary Of Hatsuye Egami. Pasadena, CA : Intentional Productions, 1995.
UCSB Main Lib D769.8.A6 E43 1995 Special Coll

9. El Tratado de Guadalupe Hidalgo, 1848. Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, 1848. A facsimile reproduction of the Mexican instrument of ratification and related documents. [Sacramento] Telefact Foundation in cooperation with California State Dept. of Education [1968].
UCSB Main Lib E408 .M633 Col Tloque Nahuaque
UCSB Main Lib E408 .M633 Curriculum Lab

10. Fray Antonio's Description of the Chumash Revolt of Santa Barbara in 1824. (Santa Barbara, Calif.) Friends of Mission Santa Barbara Archive Library (197-) UCSB Main Lib E99.C815 R56 1970z Special Coll

11. Grant, Campbell. The Rock Painting of the Chumash; A Study of a California Indian culture. With a foreword by Robert F. Heizer. Berkeley, University of California Press 1965.
UCSB Main Lib FE99 C815 G7 Special Coll

12. Griswold del Castillo, Richard. The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo : a legacy of conflict. 1st ed. Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, c1990.
UCSB Main Lib E408 .G75 1990 Special Coll
UCSB Main Lib E408 .G75 1990 Col Tloque Nahuaque

13. Jackman, Jarrell C. Santa Barbara : Historical Themes Images. Norfolk, Va. : Donning Co., c1988.
UCSB Main Lib F869.S45 J33 1988 Special Coll

14. Johnson, John R. (John Richard), 1949-. The Chumash Indians After Secularization. (California?) : California Mission Studies Association, 1995.
UCSB Main Lib E99.C815 J64 1995 Special Coll

15. Katz, William Loren. The Black West. <1st ed.> Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday [1971].
UCSB Main Lib E185.925 .K37 Special Coll

16. Lapp, Rudolph M. Blacks in Gold Rush California. New Haven : Yale University Press, 1977.
UCSB Main Lib E185.C2 L36 Black Studies

17. Librado, Fernando. Breath Of The Sun : Life In Early California / As Told By A Chumash Indian, Fernando Librado, to John P. Harrington. Edited with notes by Travis Hudson ; illustrated by Georgia Lee. Banning, Calif. : Malki Museum Press ; [S.l.] : Ventura County Historical Society, 1979, c1980.
UCSB Main Lib E99.C815 L518 1980 Special Coll

18. Severance, Luther, 1797-1855. Speech of Mr. Luther Severance of Maine on the Mexican War : Delivered in the House of Representatives of the U.S., Feb. 4, 1847. (s.l. : s.n., 1847?) (Washington : J. & G. S. Gideon, Printers).
UCSB Main Lib E407 .S38 Special Coll

19. Smith, Caleb Blood, 1808-1864. Speech of Mr. Caleb B. Smith, of Indiana, on the Mexican War : Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, July 16, 1846. Washington : J. & G. S. Gideon, 1846.
UCSB Main Lib E407 S644 Special Coll

20. Walter A. Hawley. The Early Days Of Santa Barbara, California, From the First Discoveries By Europeans To December, 1846. New York, 1910.
UCSB Main Lib F869.S23 H3
UCSB Main Lib F869.S23 H3 Special Coll
UCSB Main Lib F869.S23 H3 Col Tloque Nahuaque

21. The Life Of Joaquin Murieta; Joaquin Murieta, The Brigand Chief Of California : A Complete History Of His Life From The Age Of Sixteen To The Time Of His Capture And Death In 1853. Fresno, Calif. : Valley Publishers, 1969.
UCSB Main Lib F865.M96 J62 1969 Special Coll

22. Dan Luckenbill. The Pachuco Era : Catalog Of An Exhibit, University Research Library, September-December 1990. Los Angeles : Department of Special Collections, University Research Library, University of California, 1990.
UCSB Main Lib F869.L89 M557 1990 Col Tloque Nahuaque

23. United States. Treaties, etc., 1845-1849 (Polk). Guadalupe Hidalgo Treaty of Peace 1848 and the Gadsden Treaty with Mexico 1853. Truchas, N.M., Tate Gallery (1967).
UCSB Main Library E408 .U574
Special Coll, Wyles E408 .U574

24. Williams, Mary Floyd. History of the San Francisco Committee of Vigilance of 1851; A Study Of Social Control on the California Frontier in the Days of the Gold Rush. New York, Da Capo Press, 1969 [c1921]. Series title: The American scene. Series title: California. University University of California publications in history, v. 12.
UCSB Main Lib F869.S3 W7 Special Coll

25. You Are On Indian Land: Alcatraz Island, 1969-1971. Los Angeles, CA : American Indian Studies Center, University of California, Los Angeles, c1995.
UCSB Main Lib E93 .Y69 1995 Special Coll