RANCHO PERIOD (Temporal Keyword)
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Interpreting a Changing Cultural Landscape – A California Rancho (2017)
The Dana Adobe, site of an 1837 Mexican Land Grant issued to William Goodwin Dana, provides a model example of a managed landscape with a story to tell. This chronicle, situated on the Central California Coast, includes the prehistoric past, rancho period, emergence of statehood, the American Period, and a look to the future in the stewardship and management of the land and resources. This unique 130 acre site, which is a California State Historic Landmark and on the National Registry, is owned...
Man and Settlement in the Upper Santa Ana River Drainage: A Cultural Resources Overview (1984)
Between July and October of 1984, Statistical Research, Inc., conducted a cultural resources overview and limited field checks of six proposed reservoirs and associated borrow sites in the Upper Santa Ana River Drainage. The proposed areas of impact are dispersed throughout the San Bernardino Valley, covering portions of both San Bernardino and Riverside Counties, California. Although each area is relatively small, in combination they touch on most areas of the San Bernardino Valley. Thus,...