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Adobe days, being the truthful narrative of the events in the life of a California girl on a sheep ranch and in El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora de Los Angeles while it was yet a small and humble town ... / by Sarah Bixby Smith ; introd. by Robert Ernest Cowan

Main Author: Bixby Smith, Sarah, 1871-1935
Language(s): English
Published: Cedar Rapids, Iowa : Torch Press, 1926, c1925
Edition: Rev. [i.e. 2d] ed
Subjects: Bixby Smith, Sarah, > 1871-1935
Frontier and pioneer life > California > Los Angeles
Los Angeles (Calif.) > History
Physical Description: 217 pages, [5] leaves of plates : illustrations ; 19 cm
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