Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Webliography: CAT - CUT


The My San Pedro Webliography is a multimedia bibliography with links to websites and online materials related to the greater San Pedro, CA area. Most of the resources used in researching and creating the My San Pedro website are included in the webliography.

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The Center for Land Use Interpretation
2005
Terminal Island, The Lay of the Land, Vol. 28, SPRING 2005
2005
Terminal Island: Touring the Edge of America (Part 1; Part 2), The Lay of the Land, Vol. 28, SPRING 2005




CERES (California Resources Evaluation System)


City of Los Angeles (see also LA and Los Angeles)
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Chapman, Charles Edward
1915
The Alta California supply ships, 1773-76, Southwestern Historical Quarterly, October 1915, Vol. 19: No. 2 (Copy 2)
1916
1921


Clark, Alex
1932
The cool-water Timms Point pleistocene horizon at San Pedro, California, Master's thesis, California Institute of Technology, June 1932 (Thesis; Plate 1; Plate 2)
Clark, Frances N.
1928
The Weight-Length Relationship of the California Sardine (Sardina cærulea) at San Pedro, Fish Bulletin No. 12, California Division of Fish and Game, 01-01-1928
1929
The Life History of the California Jack Smelt, Atherinopsis californiensis, Fish Bulletin No. 16, California Division of Fish and Game, 01-01-1929
1930
Seasonal Changes in the Daily Average Length of the California Sardine Sardina caerulea, Fish Bulletin No. 26, California Division of Fish and Game, 01-01-1930
1931
Maturity of the California sardine (Sardina caerulea), determined by ova diameter measurements, Fish Bulletin No. 42, California Division of Fish and Game, Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, 07-01-1931
1935
Interseasonal and Intraseasonal Changes in Size of the California Sardine (Sardinops caerulea), Fish Bulletin No. 47, California Division of Fish and Game, Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, 09-01-1935
1936
Fishing Localities for the California Sardine, Sardinops caerulea, 1928-1936, Fish Bulletin No. 48, California Division of Fish and Game, Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, 08-01-1936
1938
Measures of Abundance of the Sardine, Sardinops caerulea, in California Waters, Fish Bulletin No. 53, California Division of Fish and Game, Bureau of Marine Fisheries, 12-01-1938


Clark, Frances N. and Anita E. Daugherty
1950
Average Lunar Month Catch by California Sardine Fishermen 1932-33 Through 1948-49, Fish Bulletin No. 76, California Department of Natural Resources, Division of Fish and Game, Bureau of Marine Fisheries, 01-01-1950


Clark, G. H.
1930
The California Halibut (Paralichthys californicus) and an Analysis of the Boat Catches, Fish Bulletin No. 32, California Division of Fish and Game, 12-01-1930


Clark, Ginger Garnett
2009


Cleland, Robert Glass
1915
The early sentiment for the annexation of California: an account of the growth of American interest in California from 1835 to 1846 (Copy 2)
1915
The First Expedition of Jedidiah S. Smith to California, pgs 200-203, Publications of the Historical Society of Southern California, Vol. 9, Pt. 3 [Annual Publications Historical Society of Southern California 1914], Los Angeles, Cal., 1914 (1909-1914 Vol. 8-9)
1919
Transportation in California before the Railroads, with Especial Reference to Los Angeles, pgs 60-67, Publications of the Historical Society of Southern California, Vol. 11, Pt. 1 [Annual Publications Historical Society of Southern California 1918], Los Angeles, Cal., 1919 (1918-1920 Vol. 11)
1922
1951
The cattle on a thousand hills: Southern California, 1850-1880 (Snippet)


Clemens, Harold B. and William L. Craig,
1964
An Analysis of California's Albacore Fishery, Fish Bulletin 128, California Resources Agency, Department of Fish and Game, 08-01-1964


Clothier, Charles R.
1950
A Key to Some Southern California Fishes Based on Vertebral Characters, Fish Bulletin No. 79, California Department of Natural Resources, Division of Fish and Game, Bureau of Marine Fisheries, 05-01-1950


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Colden, C.J.
1916
Shall California Conserve Kelp? Out West Magazine, Vol. 43 No. 4, April 1916, pages 151-153, Out West, Vols. 43-44


Colton, Walter
1850


Cone, Mary
1876


Conn, Stetson and others
1964
Guarding the United States and Its Outposts (United States Army in World War II series, The Western Hemisphere subseries, Vol. 2, CHMD Pub. 4-2)


Conquer the Bridge (Vincent Thomas Bridge run)


Cooke, Philip St. George
1878


Cooney, Percival J.
1915
Marshall, the Discoverer of Gold in California, pgs 204-214, Publications of the Historical Society of Southern California, Vol. 9, Pt. 3 [Annual Publications Historical Society of Southern California 1914], Los Angeles, Cal., 1914 (1909-1914 Vol. 8-9)


Courtney, Kevin
2009
The ghost ship of CarnerosNapa Valley Register, Sunday, September 13, 2009


Cox, Keith W.
1962
California Abalones, Family Haliotidae, Fish Bulletin No. 118, California Resources Agency, Department of Fish and Game, 05-01-1962


Crampton, C. Gregory
1994
In Search of the Spanish Trail: Santa Fe to Los Angeles, 1829-1848. Layton, UT: Gibbs-Smith Publisher, 1994 (metadata)




Croker, Richard S
1932
The California Mackerel Fishery, Fish Bulletin No. 40, California Division of Fish and Game, Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, 02-01-1932
1937
Historical Account of the Los Angeles Mackerel Fishery, Fish Bulletin No. 52, California Division of Fish and Game, Bureau of Marine Fisheries, 10-01-1937


Cronise, Titus Fey
1868
The natural wealth of California; comprising early history; geography, topography, and scenery; climate; agriculture and commercial products; geology, zoology, and botany; mineralogy, mines, and mining processes; manufactures; steamship lines, railroads, and commerce; immigration, population and society; educational institutions and literature; together with a detailed description of each county (Copy 2; Copy 3)


Crouch, Winston Winford and Beatrice Dinerman
1963
Southern California metropolis: a study in development of government for a metropolitan area


Crow, John Armstrong
c1953


Culver, Lawrence
2010


Cutts, James Madison
1847





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