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A History of Gualala, Mendocino County, California

Annette White-Parks

A history of Gualala, bordering Mendocino and Sonoma Counties on the California Pacific west coast from the early 1800s to the mid 20th century. 160 pages illuminated with over 50 historical photographs, 8 original maps.

160 pages, 8¾" x 11¼", 2-color dust jacket, black& white photographs, 8 maps, other illustrations, spot color in text, notes, bibliography, index, 2006 reprint of 1980 first edition. Published by Freshcut Press.
ISBN 978-0-9605550-0-0. hardcover

$39.95

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