California Disasters 1800-1900: Firsthand Accounts of Fires, Shipwrecks, Floods, Earthquakes, and Other Historic California Tragedies

William B. Secrest


California Disasters 1800-1900: Firsthand Accounts of Fires, Shipwrecks, Floods, Earthquakes, and Other Historic California Tragedies

California Disasters 1800-1900: Firsthand Accounts of Fires, Shipwrecks, Floods, Earthquakes, and Other Historic California Tragedies

  • Title: California Disasters 1800-1900: Firsthand Accounts of Fires, Shipwrecks, Floods, Earthquakes, and Other Historic California Tragedies
  • Author: William B. Secrest
  • ISBN: 9781884995491
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Paperback

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It was another time Deadly earthquakes, steamboat explosions, floods, train wrecks, and other tragedies were a part of everyday life in nineteenth century California Yet, the men and women of the day licked their wounds, mourned their dead, picked up the pieces, and plunged ahead to build a great prosperous new state that took its place in the forefront of our great UnioIt was another time Deadly earthquakes, steamboat explosions, floods, train wrecks, and other tragedies were a part of everyday life in nineteenth century California Yet, the men and women of the day licked their wounds, mourned their dead, picked up the pieces, and plunged ahead to build a great prosperous new state that took its place in the forefront of our great Union This is their stories, in their own words First person accounts of the major 19th century California catastrophes Includes scores of contemporary period photographs and other illustrations.


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