Expedition on the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers in 1817.

By: Fray Narciso Duran (1776-1846) and Charles Edward Chapman (1880-1941).

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OFFPRINT. Series: Publications of the Academy of Pacific Coast History, Vol. 2., No. 5. Pamphlet. 9 1/4 x 6 inches. [ii], 331-349 pp. Original diary entries and English translations on opposing pages; text clean, unmarked. Printed wrappers; binding square and tight. Fine. Narciso Duran was a Franciscan friar and missionary. Under his leadership Mission San Jose became one of the most prosperous Spanish missions in California. He also served as the foreign vicar and ecclesiastical judge for Alta California. This is his diary of his 12 expeditions on the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers. It includes the English translation by Charles Edward Chapman. Chapman was one of the "founding fathers" of the Hispanic American Historical Review at the University of California, Berkeley. He was a well-respected historian of Spanish-American history.

Title: Expedition on the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers in 1817.

Author Name: Fray Narciso Duran (1776-1846) and Charles Edward Chapman (1880-1941).

Categories: State & Local, California History, Travel and Exploration, California History, Travel & Exploration, Western Americana,

Publisher: Berkeley:, University of California, Berkeley,: 1911

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Used: Like New

Type: Paperback

Seller ID: EE516-244

Keywords: Expedition on the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers in 1817, Fray Narciso Duran, Charles Edward Chapman, Publications of the Academy of Pacific Coast History, California History, California Local History, Travel & Exploration