7 edition of California Place Names found in the catalog.
May 10, 2004
by University of California Press
Written in English
|Contributions||William Bright (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||495|
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This anniversary edition concentrates on the origins of the names currently used for the cities, towns, settlements, mountains, and streams of California, with engrossing accounts of the history of their usage. The dictionary includes a.
This page offers an alphabetical listing of place names throughout California. This is not a complete list of every last place name that has ever existed in California. It does include not only a sampling of the largest communities in the Golden State, but also a number of smaller towns.
Finally, the many California place names of American Indian origin--such as Yreka, Shasta, Napa, Sonoma, Tamalpais, Yosemite, Lompoc, Mugu, Coachella, or Poway--receive particular attention from editor William Bright.
The dictionary includes a Glossary and a Bibliography.5/5(1). 36 rows This list of current. cities; towns, unincorporated communities; counties, and other.
About the Book. This is the new "pocket" version of the classic California Place Names, first published by California in Erwin G. Gudde's monumental work, which went through several editions during its author's lifetime, has now been released in an expanded and updated edition by William Bright.
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This project of studying place names was launched as part of the writers' project of W.P.A. and continued under the auspices of the University of California as their contribution to the Centennial.
Place names are studied as records of the past, as history and biography, as part of language. This is actually a geographical dictionary of California, with omissions that are of purely local or.
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