NOTES

NOTES
1
Kevin Starr, Inventing The Dream: California Through the Progressive Era (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1985), p. 18
Raymond F. Wood, "Anglo Influence on Spanish Place Names in California," Southern California Quarterly, 63 (Winter 1981): 392-413
James L. Nolan, "Anglo-American Myopia And California Mission Art," Southern California Quarterly, 63 (Spring/Summer/Fall 1976): 1-44, 137-204, 261- 331
Harvey L. Carter, Far Western Frontiers (Washington, D.C.: American Historical Association, 1960), p. 8
2
Robert Glass Cleland, Cattle on a Thousand Hills (San Marino: Huntington Library, 1964);
William W. Robinson Ranchos Become Cities (Pasadena: San Pasqual Press, 1939)
The Old Spanish and Mexican Ranchos of Orange County (Los Angeles: Title Insurance and Trust Co., 1959)
3
Leonard Pitt's "The Beginnings of Nativism in California," Pacific Histor- ical Review, 30 (February 1961): 23-38,
The Decline of the Californios: A Social History of the Spanish-Speaking Californians, 18461890 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1966).
Richard Griswold del Castillo, The Los Angeles Barrio, 18501890 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1979)
Navarro, "The Condition of Mexican-American History," Journal of Mexican-American History, 1 (Fall 1970): 26
4
The Los Angeles Barrio, 1850-1890, p. 53
5
U.S. Census Office, 8th Census 1860 (Ciaremont: Honnold Library, microfilm), pp. 1-26
6
Stearns to Lewis L. Lull, 8 July 1867
James M. Guinn, A History of California and an Extended History of Los Angeles and Environs (Los Angeles: Historic Record Company, 1915), pp. 155-156
7
Los Angeles Southern Vineyard, 28 June 1859
Richard H. Marefield, "Mexicans in the California Mines, 1848-1853," California Historical Society Quarterly, 35 (March 1956): 37-46,
M. Collette Stardust, O.P., "The Sonora Migration to California, 1848-1856," Southern California Quarterly, 43 (Fall 1976): 333-357
8
Los Angeles Star, 26 January 1861
9
U.S. Census Office, 8th Census 1860, pp. 1-36
10
U.S. Census Office, 8th Census 1860, pp. 1-36
del Castillo, The Los Angeles Barrio, 18501890, p. 47
11
Abel Stearns to James Henry Carleton, 16 August 1861, Stearns Collection, Box 62
Pitt, The Decline of the Californios, pp. 244-255
12
Benjamin Hayes memorandum, 7 August 1864. Found in Majorie T. Wolcott ed., Pioneer Notes from the Diary of Judge Benjamin Hayes, 1849-1875 (Los Angeles, 1929), p. 272.
13
Los Angeles Star, 12 July 1862
14
Maurice H. and Marco R. Newmark, eds., Sixty Years in Southern California, 1853- 1913:
containing the reminiscences of Harris Newmark (4th ed., Los Angeles: Zeitlin and Ver Brugge, 1916, 1970), p. 322.
15
Ibid., p. 322.
16
Colonel CaveJ. Couts to Judge Benjamin Hayes, 14 January 1863. In Wolcott ed., Pioneer Notes from the Diary of Judge Benjamin Hayes, p. 283
17
Ibid., Hayes rejoinder p. 283
18
Esther R. Cramer, La Habra: The Pass Through the Hills (Fullerton: Sultana Press, 1969), p. 50.
Cleland, Cattle on a Thousand Hills, pp. 117-138.
19
Julian Nava and Bob Barger, California: Five Centuries of Cultural Contrasts (New York: Macmillan Publishing Co. Inc., 1976), pp. 260-265
Pitt, The Decline of the Californios, pp. 75-82, 256-259
Lanier Bartlett, ed., On the Old West Coast, being further reminiscences oj a ranger Major Horace Bell (New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1930), pp. 72-74;
Robert W. Blew, "Vigilantism in Los Angeles, 1835-1874," Southern California Quarterly, 54 (Spring 1972): 21,
Starr, Inventing The Dream: California Through the Progressive Era, pp. 19-20, 43
20
Los Angeles Southern Vineyard, 30 October 1858
The Spanish organ, El Clamor Publico, had long complained of Anglo-American prejudice. The paper argued that a "double standard of justice" discriminated against Mexican-Americans. El Clamor Publico, 7 August and 11 September 1855
Richard H. Peterson, "Anti-Mexican Nativism in California, 1848-1853:
A Study of Cultural Conflict," Southern California Quarterly, 62 (Winter 1980): 309-327,
Stardust, O.P., "The Sonoran Migration to California," pp. 348-350
21
Janet and Daniel N. Powell, La Puente Valley Past and Present: A Compilation of some of the Valley 's most important events from the time it was a mission dependency (La Puente: La Puente Junior Woman's Club, 1958), p. 183.
22
Ricardo Vejar lost his San Gabriel rancho in 1864
Newmark, eds., Sixty Years in Southern California, pp. 329-330,
Norton B. Stern, "Louis Phillips of the Pomona Valley: Rancher and Real Estate Investor," Southern California Quarterly, 65 (Summer 1983): 176-177.
23
Los Angeles Star, 25 May 1861.
24
Ibid., 23 February 1861
25
Newmark, eds., Sixty Years in Southern California, pp. 304-305;
Los Angeles Star 4 May 1861
26
Newmark, eds., Sixty Years in Southern California, p. 333
28
Ibid.
29
Los Angeles Star, 19 October 1862
30
Ibid., 29 March 1862
31
Los Angeles Court of Sessions, People vs. George Morris, No. 690, 1 June 1864,
People vs. John Buckley, No. 701, 1 December 1864.
32
Newmark, eds., Sixty Years in Southern California, pp. 304-305
33
Los Angeles Semi-Weekly Southern News, 3 January 1865
34
Los Angeles Star, 5 July 1862
35
Remi Nadeau, Los Angeles: From Mission to Modern City (Los Angeles: Longmans, Green and Company, 1960), pp. 55-57
Newmark, eds., Sixty Years in Southern California, p. 308
36
Pitt, The Decline of the Californios, pp. 137-147
37
Ibid., p. 241.
38
Ibid., pp. 233-234.
39
Los Angeles Court of Sessions, F.P Ramirez vs. Henry Hamilton, No. 639, 12 Sep- tember 1863
Ronald C. Woolsey, "Disunion or Dissent? A New Look at an Old Problem in Southern California Attitudes Toward the Civil War," Southern California Quarterly, 66 (Fall 1984): 185-205.
40
Russell T. Hayes vs. E.J. Kewen, No. 618, 28 October 1862.
41
Los Angeles Semi-Weekly Southern News, 18 October 1864, and 13 August 1864.
42
Ibid., 19 November 1864.
43
Pitt, The Decline of the Californios, pp. 234-248
44
Los Angeles News, 18 October 1864
45
Pitt, The Decline of the Californios, pp. 242-244
46
Ibid., p. 248
47
Benjamin D. Wilson to Joseph Lancaster Brent, 10 July 1865,
48
Los Angeles News, 15 April 1865.
49
Cramer, La Habra: The Pass Through the Hills, pp. 48-56,
Maymie Krythe, Port Admiral Phineas Banning, 1830-1885 (San Francisco: California Historical Society, 1957), pp. 162-163
50
Alan Nevins, Civil War Books, A Critical Bibliography (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1967- 1969). 2 vols.
51
Newmark, eds., Sixty Years in Southern California, p. 318
52
Cleland, Cattle on a Thousand Hills, pp. 180-182;
Wilson to Brent, 10 July 1865,
53
Ibid., Wilson to Brent, 21 September 1865.
54
Ibid., Wilson to Brent, 10 April 1868.
Nadeau, Los Angeles: From Mission to Modern City, pp. 64-65
55
Los Angeles The Grizzly Bear, 39 (August 1926): 8, 57
56
Virginia L. Carpenter, The Ranchos of Don Pacifico Ontiveros (Santa Ana: Friis- Pioneer Press, 1982), p. 101
57
Bartlett, ed., On the Old West Coast, being further reminiscences of a ranger Major Horace Bell, p. 84.
58
Remi A. Nadeau, City-makers: the Men who transformed Los Angeles from Village to Metropolis during the First Great Boom, 1861-1876 (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday and Company, 1948), p. 15
59
Mary B. Ritter, More Than Gold in California 1849 (Berkeley: The Professional Press, 1933), p. 69
60
Abel Stearns to Theresa Warren, 13 September 1868, Stearns Collection, SG Box 62
61
Boyle Workman, The City That Grew (Los Angeles: Southland Publishing Company, 1935), pp. 57-104
62
Nadeau, City-makers, pp. 14-19
63
del Castillo, The Los Angeles Barrio, 1850-1890, pp. 52-53
64
Ibid., pp. 47, 52-53.
65
Ritter, More Than Gold in California 1849, p. 81
66
Richard Griswold del Castillo, "Health and the Mexican-Americans in Los Angeles, 1850-1887," Journal of Mexican-American History, 4 (1974): 21
68
Starr, Inventing The Dream: California Through the Progressive Era, pp. 43-44
69
Newmark, eds., Sixty Years in Southern California, p. 100.
W.W. Robinson, Los A ngeles: From the Days of the Pueblo, rev. ed. by Doyce B. Nunis, Jr. (North Hollywood: California Historical Society, 1981), pp. 71-72.
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