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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_Pacific_Transportation_Company

The Southern Pacific (reporting mark SP) was a name of multiple American Class I railroads that ... In 1929, Southern Pacific/Texas and New Orleans operated 13848 route-miles not ..... California to Mexico City in Mexico); El Yaqui (operated from 1927 till 1951 as an international train ..... Woodman (Editor), E. H. (1899).

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alta_California

Alta California (English: Upper California), founded in 1769 by Gaspar de Portol√† , was a polity ... Alta California was not easily accessible from New Spain: land routes were cut off by deserts .... A more important development was increasing resentment of appointed governors sent from distant Mexico City, who came with  ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alta_California_Territory

1846 map: Mexican Alta California (Upper California) in pink. Alta California Territory (Upper California) was a 19th-century federal territory formed under the ... Nevada and Utah and parts of Arizona, Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico. .... of California, by Eugene Leslie Smyth, Chicago: Alexander Belford & Co., 1899.

www.loc.gov/photos/?fa=location%3Anew+mexico&dates=1800-1899&from=1&st=slideshow

Results 1 - 100 of 117 ... Stereographs of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and vicinity ... "The California Limited" at the Pueblo Laguna, N.M. "Detroit Photographic Co.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northern_California

Northern California, often abbreviated NorCal, is the northern portion of the U.S. state of ... The coastal area north of the Bay Area is referred to as the North Coast while the ... northern California has been at the forefront of new ways of doing business. .... The Mexican Californios (Spanish-speaking Californians) in these ...

www.giant-sequoia.com/gallery/usa/new-mexico

Thanks to Tom Schmidt for sending us this picture of a giant sequoia growing in Placitas, New Mexico. Tom said "The area this beautiful tree is growing is very ...

www.sequoiahs.org/ABOUT/Campus-History

In 1899 Frank Rossiter, the principal of the Redwood City elementary and ... In 1900 the University of California accredited the school. ... Immediately this new structure on the present campus was famous for its Spanish renaissance architecture. ... to the heirs of Jose Dario Arguello by the Mexican Government in 1835.

www.usgwarchives.net/nm/nmdi.htm

1899-1940. The entries are roughly sorted by name in these text files. We do not guarantee that records are complete nor 100% accurate, they are transcriptions ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2261527

Disease Outbreaks/history*; History, 19th Century; Humans; Indians, North American/history*; New Mexico; Smallpox/history*; Smallpox Vaccine/history ...