Santa Cruz Island: A History of Conflict and Diversity

Rising from the waters of the Pacific off the southern California Coast, Santa Cruz Island captures the imagination. Once home to a large Chumash population, in the nineteenth century it became a self-sufficient island rancho. As with all islands of beauty and size, it attracted people from the coastline.

A handsome volume with notes, appendix, bibliography and index. Embellished with thirty-six photographs and maps from the author‘s family archives.

Santa Cruz Island

Santa Cruz Island

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