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Mexican pulque carrier in Los Angeles, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Family driving a carriage into Vallejo, the new capital of California, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Spanish Californians or Mexicans dancing the fandango, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Mexican women making tortillas, 1800s. Printed color lithograph
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Native American ringing bell for sunrise Mass, Pala Mission CA. Hand-colored woodcut
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Padre in the garden at Santa Barbara Mission, California, 1800s. Hand-colred woodcut
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Jesuit missionaries addressing Native Americans in California. Hand-colored woodcut
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Mission in California, with padres, Spanish soldiers, and Native Americans. Woodcut
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Spanish missionary Father Garzes instructing Native Americans. Hand-colored woodcut
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Native Americans under instruction in a Spanish mission. Hand-colored woodcut
USCA2A-00030
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Group of vaqueros outside Santa Inez Mission in California, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
USCA2A-00031
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Mission and bells of San Gabriel, near Los Angeles. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00037
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Hispanic girl playing guitar on a porch, 1800s. Hand-colored engraving
EXPL2A-00245
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Spanish conquistador in armor on horseback, New Spain, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00042
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Spanish-American couple Juan and Juanita, 1800s. Hand-colored engraving of Frederic Remington illustration
USCA2A-00037
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Interior of La Purisima Mission near Lompoc, California in the 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00172
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Spanish mission settlement in North America, a typical arrangement. Hand-colored woodcut
PEXP2D-00016
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Statue of Joao Rodrigues Cabrillo overlooking San Diego harbor, a Portuguese explorer who discovered California in 1542 while sailing for Spain. Digital photograph
PEXP2D-00017
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Statue of Joao Rodrigues Cabrillo overlooking San Diego harbor, a Portuguese explorer who discovered California in 1542 while sailing for Spain. Digital photograph
PEXP2D-00018
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Statue of Joao Rodrigues Cabrillo overlooking San Diego harbor, a Portuguese explorer who discovered California in 1542 while sailing for Spain. Digital photograph
PEXP2D-00019
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Statue of Joao Rodrigues Cabrillo overlooking San Diego harbor, a Portuguese explorer who discovered California in 1542 while sailing for Spain. Digital photograph
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Joao Rodrigues Cabrillo portrayed on a National Park Service banner, Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego, CA. Digital photograph
EXPL2D-00006
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Closup of a model of a Spanish conquistador, 1500s, Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego, California
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Model of a Spanish conquistador, 1500s, Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego, California
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Model of a Spanish conquistador, 1500s, Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego, California
USCA2D-00007
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Cross in the graveyard of Native Americans who worked at San Diego Mission, first of the Spanish missions in California
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Bell tower of San Diego Mission, first of the Spanish missions in California
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Bell tower of San Diego Mission, first of the Spanish missions in California
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Colonnade of San Diego Mission, first of the Spanish missions in California
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Fountain in the courtyard of San Diego Mission, first of the Spanish missions in California
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San Diego Mission, first of the Spanish missions in California, founded by Father Junipero Serra
USCA2D-00015
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San Diego Mission, first of the Spanish missions in California, founded by Father Junipero Serra
USCA2D-00012
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Statue of Father Junipero Serra in front of San Diego Mission, first of the Spanish missions in California
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Front of San Diego Mission, first of the Spanish missions in California
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Statue of Father Junipero Serra in front of San Diego Mission, first of the Spanish missions in California
USCA2D-00017
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Statue of Father Junipero Serra in front of San Diego Mission, first of the Spanish missions in California
USCA2D-00023
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Irrigation system built by Native Americans at San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, Oceanside, California
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Irrigation system built by Native Americans at San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, Oceanside, California
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Irrigation system built by Native Americans at San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, Oceanside, California
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Irrigation system built by Native Americans at San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, Oceanside, California
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Irrigation system built by Native Americans at San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, Oceanside, California
USCA2D-00028
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Steps to the gardens where Native Americans farmed at San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, Oceanside, California.
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Flags of Mexico, Spain, US, and California over gateway into the cemetery of San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, California
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San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, viewed from the fields where Native Americans farmed, Oceanside, California
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Portico columns at San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, Oceanside, California
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Garden of native plants at San Luis Rey a Spanish mission founded in 1772, Oceanside, California
USCA2D-00033
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Front entry and belltower of San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, Oceanside, California
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Garden of native plants at San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, Oceanside, California.
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Front entry and belltower of San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, Oceanside, California
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Front entry door of San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, Oceanside, California
USCA2D-00036
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Belltower and upper facade statue of San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, Oceanside, California
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Belltower and portico of San Luis Rey, a Spanish mission founded in 1772, California
HUSG2A-00043
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Spanish woman and child looking through a window, California Territory. Hand-colored engraving
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Father Junipero Serra, Franciscan missionary to California, 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut
PREL2D-00009
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Statue of Father Junipero Serra, Spanish Franciscan missionary to California, San Diego Mission
PUSA2A-00053
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Pio Pico, governor of California in 1845. Hand-colored woodcut
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Francisca Benicia Carrillo Vallejo, wife of General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo, California statesman, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
USCA2D-00021
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Father Junipero Serra's personal quarters at San Diego Mission, which he founded in 1769
USCA2D-00022
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Father Junipero Serra's chair in his personal quarters at San Diego Mission, which he founded in 1769
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Spanish Californians or Mexicans dancing the fandango, 1800s. Woodcut

   

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