The history of the German Americans in early Los Angeles city and county
Read Online
Share

The history of the German Americans in early Los Angeles city and county before the railroads and freeways : Germans helping build America in Los Angeles by Hans W. Eberhard

  • 0 Want to read
  • ·
  • 2 Currently reading

Published by Xlibris Corp. in [S.l] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • German Americans -- California -- Los Angeles -- History,
  • German Americans -- California -- Los Angeles County -- History,
  • Los Angeles (Calif.) -- History,
  • Los Angeles County (Calif.) -- History

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Other titlesGermans helping build America in LA
Statementadapted and edited by Hans W. Eberhard.
SeriesGerman American cultural heritage series -- 1
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF869.L89 G34 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination187 p. :
Number of Pages187
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24010936M
ISBN 109781441564894, 9781441564887
LC Control Number2009908429

Download The history of the German Americans in early Los Angeles city and county

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

Hans W. Eberhard,Hardcover, English-language edition,Pub by Xlibris Corporation. The History of German Americans in Early Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California. likes. Germans Helping Build America inLos Angeles, CaliforniaFollowers: putting a face on the founders of los angeles To honor the founding of Los Angeles (September 4, ), we “put a face” on the 44 people who founded what was originally a tiny farming village. Although we cannot know specifically what they looked like, we do have a record of their names, origin, age, sex, and racial make-up (see table below). Rediscovery of the Pobladores. William M. Mason, historian of Los Angeles and early California, uncovered the ethnic richness of the Pueblo de la Reina de los Angeles through extensive , one of three founders of the Los Angeles Historical Society, authored six books and several articles regarding the early history and cultures around Southern California and he is credited .

  The city is also a center of the oil industry: Edward Doheny—notorious for his involvement in the Teapot Dome Scandal—hit a gusher near downtown Los Angeles in .   In Hitler in Los Angeles: How Jews Foiled Nazi Plots Against Hollywood and America, Ross, a professor at the University of Southern California, uncovers the .   Many consider Los Angeles a relatively young city, with a unique but primarily 20 th century history. Special Collections and Archives holds several resources that document LA's earlier, 19 th century history, especially the years immediately following the Mexican-American War, and California's early statehood. One of these resources is the Los Angeles Assessor's Book (Duplicado . On Feb. 18, , the County of Los Angeles was established as one of the 27 original counties, several months before California was admitted to the Union. The people of Los Angeles County on April 1, asserted their newly won right of self-government and elected a three-man Court of Sessions as their first governing body.

The James collection contains over 2, images of portraits, customs, ceremonies, arts, and games of various groups of Southwestern Native Americans. LOS ANGELES AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE COLLECTION (). The more than 3, unique photographs of this collection document the Chamber's promotional efforts during the city's early years. The Chinese massacre of was a racially motivated riot which occurred on Octo in Los Angeles, when a mob of around white men entered Chinatown to attack, rob, and murder Chinese residents of the city. An estimated 17 to 20 Chinese immigrants were systematically tortured and then hanged by the mob, making the event the largest mass lynching in American history. Books shelved as history-los-angeles: William Mulholland and the Rise of Los Angeles by Catherine Mulholland, L.A. Noir: The Struggle for the Soul of Ame. In , the early non-Indian settlers in Los Angeles included two black people and eight mixed (black/white) people.. Pío Pico, California's last governor under Mexican rule, was of mixed Spanish, Native American, and African ancestry. Pico spent his last days in Los Angeles, dying in at the home of his daughter Joaquina Pico Moreno in Los Angeles.