Dissertation on the Spanish influence on California, beginning with the missions. Keys examines both the early mission system
and the restored missions in contemporary California life.
James M. Keys was a professor at the University of Portland in Portland Oregon. He completed this work in 1949 and filed
for his dissertation at the University of Madrid, Spain.
169 leaves : paper ; 29 x 28 cm.
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