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dd4e9ff4f633ef9899f53acc6f26c4aaaf8e8fb1.doc Created on 1/30/2010 19:19:00 a1/p1 Fifteen Events That Have Shaped California’s Landscape by Lary M. Dilsaver, William Wyckoff, and William L. Preston 1) “Settlement by the First Peoples, 15,000 Years Ago” [Dilsaver et al. 2000] 2) “Cabrillo’s Landfall at San Diego, September 28, 1542” [Dilsaver et al. 2000] 3) “The Discovery of Gold at Sutter’s Mill, January 24, 1848” [Dilsaver et al. 2000] 4) “Initiation of the U. S. Public Land Survey, July 17, 1851” [Dilsaver et al. 2000] 5) “San Francisco Takes Water From Lobos Creek, September 17, 1858” [Dilsaver et al. 2000] 6) “Creation of Suburbs, 1864” [Dilsaver et al. 2000] 7) “Yosemite State (and National) Park, June 30, 1864” [Dilsaver et al. 2000] 8) “The Coming of the Transcontinental Railroad, May 10, 1869” [Dilsaver et al. 2000] 9) “Electrification of Market Street, April 9, 1874” [Dilsaver et al. 2000]
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