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Chávez, Fray Angelico, and Ted J. Warner, editors. The Domínguez-Escalante Journal: Their Expedition through Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico, 1776. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press, 1976.
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Stanley, Reva Holdaway, and Charles L. Camp. "A Mormon Mission to California in 1851: From the Diary of Parley Parker Pratt." In California Historical Society Quarterly, Volume XIV, Number 1, March 1935:59-73.
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Did You Know?
Non-Hispanic immigration to California from the 1820s into the 1850s came from a variety of sources, including the Old Spanish Trail.