California Legacy Project - California Legacy Series

California Legacy Series

Jaime de Angulo

  • Indian Tales; Introduction by Darryl Babe Wilson

Mary Austin

  • Essential Mary Austin, Edited and with an Introduction by Kevin Hearle

Ambrose Bierce

  • Essential Bierce, Edited and with an Introduction by John R. Dunlap

Sally Carrighar

  • One Day on Beetle Rock; Foreword by David Rains Wallace; Illustrations by Carl Dennis Buell

Louise Amelia Knapp Smith Clappe

  • The Shirley Letters: From the California Mines, 1851-1852; Introduction by Marlene Smith-Baranzini

William Leon Dawson

  • Dawson's Avian Kingdom: Selected Writings by William Leon Dawson, Edited by Anna Neher

William Everson

  • Dark God of Eros: A William Everson Reader, Edited and with an Introduction by Albert Gelpi

Eliza Farnham

  • Unsettling the West: Eliza Farnham and Georgiana Bruce Kirby in Frontier California, Joann Levy; Foreword by Kevin Starr

Helen Hunt Jackson

  • A Separate Star: Selected Writings of Helen Hunt Jackson, Edited by Michelle Burnham

Georgiana Bruce Kirby

  • Unsettling the West: Eliza Farnham and Georgiana Bruce Kirby in Frontier California, Joann Levy; Foreword by Kevin Starr

Harriet Lane Levy

  • 920 O'Farrell Street: A Jewish Girlhood in Old San Francisco; Introduction by Charlene Akers

Jack London

  • Tales of the Fish Patrol; Introduction by Jerry George

William Lewis Manly

  • Death Valley in '49; Edited by LeRoy and Jean Johnson; Introduction by Patricia Nelson Limerick

Frank Marryat

  • Mountains and Molehills, or, Recollections of a Burnt Journal; Foreword by Robert Chandler; Annotations by Scott R. Grau

Carey McWilliams

  • Fool's Paradise: A Carey McWilliams Reader, Introduction by Gray Brechin; Preface by Wilson Carey McWilliams

Toshio Mori

  • Unfinished Message: Selected Works of Toshio Mori, Introduction by Lawson Fusao Inada

John Muir

  • Essential Muir, Edited by Fred White

Walter Nordhoff

  • The Journey of the Flame; Foreword by Rebecca Solnit

Josiah Royce

  • California: A Study of American Character; Introduction by Ronald A. Wells

William Saroyan

  • Essential Saroyan, Edited by William E. Justice

Charles Melville Scammon

  • Marine Mammals of the Northwestern Coast of North America; Foreword by Dick Russell

Upton Sinclair

  • The Land of Orange Groves and Jails: Upton Sinclair's California, Edited by Lauren Coodley

Lincoln Steffens

  • The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens; Introduction by Thomas C. Leonard

Wallace Stegner

  • Wallace Stegner's West, Edited and with an Introduction by Page Stegner

George R. Stewart

  • Storm; Foreword by Ernest Callenbach

Bayard Taylor

  • Eldorado: Adventures in the Path of Empire; Foreword by James D. Houston; Afterword by Roger Kahn

Mark Twain

  • Mark Twain's San Francisco, Edited and with a new Introduction by Bernard Taper; Illustrations by Edward Jump

Judy Van der Veer

  • November Grass, Judy Van der Veer; Introduction by Ursula K. Le Guin

Harry Leon Wilson

  • Merton of the Movies; Introduction by David Fine

Additional works:

  • Lands of Promise and Despair: Chronicles of Early California, 1535-1846, Edited by Rose Marie Beebe and Robert M. Senkewicz
  • Califauna: A Literary Field Guide, Edited by Terry Beers and Emily Elrod
  • Gunfight at Mussel Slough: Evolution of a Western Myth, Edited by Terry Beers
  • Unfolding Beauty, Edited by Terry Beers
  • Spring Salmon, Hurry to Me: The Seasons of Native California, Edited by Margaret Dubin and Kim Hogeland
  • California Poetry: From the Gold Rush to the Present, Edited by Dana Gioia, Chryss Yost, and Jack Hicks
  • The Anza Trail and the Settling of California, Vladimir Guerrero
  • Under the Fifth Sun: Latino Literature from California, Edited by Rick Heide; Foreword by Juan Velasco
  • Inlandia: A Literary Journey through California's Inland Empire, Edited by Gayle Wattawa; Introduction by Susan Straight

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