[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Henry R. Wagner, Spanish Voyages to the Northwest Coast (San Francisco, 1929), 90.
Wagner
90
Spanish Voyages to the Northwest Coast
1929
2
John Muir, The Mountains of California (New, York, 1894), 33
Muir
33
The Mountains of California
1894
3
Herbert E. Bolton, ed., Anza's California Expeditions (Berkeley, 1930), IV, 145.
Bolton
145
IV
Anza's California Expeditions
1930
4
John W. Caughey, ed., The Indians of Southern California in 1852 (San Marino, 1952), 21-23.
Caughey
21
The Indians of Southern California in 1852
1952
5
Hugo Reid's letters, serialized in the Los Angeles Star in 1851, and col- lected in book form as The Indians of Los Angeles County (Los Angeles, 1926), 33.
Hugo Reid's letters, serialized in the Los Angeles Star in 1851
33
The Indians of Los Angeles County
1926
Edward W. Gifford and Gwendoline Harris Block, eds., California Indian Nights Enter- tainment (Glendale, 1930).
Gifford
California Indian Nights Entertainment
1930
8
Mary Austin, The American Rhythm (New York, 1923), 91.
Austin
91
The American Rhythm
1923
7
Dear Judas and Other Poems (New York, 1929), 128.
Judas
128
Other Poems
1929
8
Frederick J. Teggart, ed., Diary of Miguel Costansé (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1911), 42- 43
Teggart
42
Diary of Miguel Costansé
1911
9
Voyage de la Pdrouse autour du monde (Paris, 1797), I, 249-283.
249
I
Voyage de la Pdrouse autour du monde
1797
10
George Vancouver, A Voyage of Discovery to the North Pacific Ocean (London, 1798), II, 4-9.
Vancouver
4
II
A Voyage of Discovery to the North Pacific Ocean
1798
11
"Reproduced in Charles F. Lummis, Flowers of Our Lost Romance (Boston, 1929), 147- 152.
Lummis
147
Flowers of Our Lost Romance
1929
12
Charles L. Camp, ed., James Clyman, American Frontiersman (San Francisco, 1928), 187.
Camp
187
American Frontiersman
1928
13
Ruth Frey Axe, ed., Bound for Sacramento (Claremont, 1938), 64.
Axe
64
Bound for Sacramento
1938
14
Zoeth S. Eldredge, History of California (5 volumes, San Francisco, 1915).
Eldredge
History of California
1915
15
Eight volumes, San Francisco, 1891-1892.
16
California (Boston, 1886)
The Feud of Oakfield Creek (Boston, 1887).
17
James Rorty, Children of the Sun and Other Poems (New York, 1925), 57-59.
Rorty
57
Children of the Sun and Other Poems
1925
18
The poem is strikingly and patly entitled "The Inquisitors," but the allusion is not at all to the Dies-Tenney-McCarthy variety.
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