By William Deverell, Greg Hise
This Companion comprises 25 unique essays by means of writers and students who current a professional evaluation of the easiest and most vital paintings to this point at the complicated heritage of Los Angeles.
- The first Companion supplying a old survey of l. a., incorporating serious, multi-disciplinary subject matters and cutting edge scholarship
- Features essays from a number of disciplines, together with background, political technology, cultural reviews, and geography
- Photo essays and ‘contemporary voice’ sections mix with conventional historiographic essays to supply a multi-dimensional view of this shiny and numerous city
- Essays conceal the most important themes within the box inside a thematic constitution, together with demography, social unrest, politics, pop culture, structure, and concrete studies
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From a willingness to support themselves with hard work. 7 On the other hand, even in Los Angeles, some kinds of labor failed to bring honor. No matter how hard they worked, Indians remained subject to the rule of Mexican men, and thus ineligible for the rights of citizens. The Indian population of the Los Angeles region appears to have peaked around the time of the 1820 census, at 28,643. After secularization, this number dropped to 2,553, as most left the missions for the interior valleys. Yet the population in the town itself actually increased, from 200 in 1820, to 553 (of 1,088) in 1836, and 650 (of 1,250) in 1844, as ex-neophytes flocked to Los Angeles in search of work, outnumbering the gentile population.
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A Companion to Los Angeles by William Deverell, Greg Hise