Title The Place Called Sespe: The History of a California Ranch.
Book Condition Used: Very Good
Publisher N.P.: Privately Printed, 1953
Seller ID GY815-329
SECOND PRINTING. 8vo. 8 3/4 x 6 inches. [ii], vi, (122) pp. Folding map frontispiece with tissue guard, textual ornaments and decorative initials in red; text clean, unmarked. Brown cloth, black leather spine label titled in gilt; binding square and tight, light shelf wear. Very Good. A history of Rancho Sespe, an 8,881-acre Mexican land grant in present-day Ventura County, California given in 1833 by Governor Jose Figueroa to Carlos Antonio Carrillo. The grant encompassed the Santa Clara River Valley between Peru Creek on the east and Santa Paula Creek on the west, and was bounded to the north and south by the mountains, and included present day Fillmore.
The Place Called Sespe The History of a California Ranch, Robert Glass Cleland, California History