Santa Barbara Mission, Early Days in California

By: Colin H. McIsaac

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SECOND EDITION. 8vo. 35 pp. 7 3/4 x 5 1/4 inches. Black-and-white illustrations throughout, glossary of "Spanish and Indian Names," list of California missions; text clean, unmarked, very minor toning to edges. Printed wrappers in yellow, red, and black, black-and-white photographic illustrations on both covers inside and out, stapled; minor shelf wear and corner bumping, lightly creased. Very Good. history of the Santa Barbara Mission from its founding in 1786 to 1929. Describes chronologically the major historical, architectural, and artistic features of the mission, and gives a history of early missionary California. Contains a list of relevant Spanish and Native American words and their translations, and a list of the old missions of California. With many half-tone photographic illustrations of the Mission from as early as 1872. Revised by Rev. Augustine Hobrecht.

Title: Santa Barbara Mission, Early Days in California

Author Name: Colin H. McIsaac

Categories: Southern California Local History,

Publisher: Santa Barbara, The Schauer Printing Studio, Inc.: 1929

Book Condition: Used: Very Good

Seller ID: SGG313A-30

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