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Ealurd S Betz
California began with an Indian society which was station and provincial. From this territory Spanish invaders, seeking adventure and wealth, erected an outpost which was someday to be- A come the empire of the West." The short period of Mexican domination influenced by Spanish tradition brought a change in this empire. The search for gold, the search for new homes and ad- venture, ended the life of the sleepy province. The annexation of California to the United States meant a new life and new problems for many. Through her people and through their willing- ness to fight for their honor and their welfare, California gradually became one of the most important states in the Union.
Larsen, Marjorie Susan. (1947). Public speaking in California political history, 1850-1920. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1058
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