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The winter issue of Overland Journal is at press! One of the articles, “A New Eldorado in California, 1849,” is a chapter from a book that I worked on last year. California Through Russian Eyes, 1806–1848, compiled, translated, and edited … Continue reading

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An afternoon of history with a Spanish professor

As she answered the phone, all that could be heard was a dog barking, followed by a breathless “hello?” Laughing, she apologized as she took care of the dog and returned to the call, lively in every word and excited … Continue reading

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We’ve been working with a whirlwind of Spanish the past couple of weeks. After much hard work, the files have been sent to the printer. Santa Clara University professor Rose Marie Beebe, one of our favorite collaborators, asked us to … Continue reading

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