CALIFORNIA THROUGH THE DECADES FACT CARDS
26 reproducible cards, binder
In the 1830s, for example, the missions were secularized, Los Angeles became the capital, Juan Bautista Alvarado led an independence revolt, and John Sutter arrived; the 1930s saw Olympic games in L.A., Upton Sinclair’s run for governor, Dust Bowl refugees, and the opening of the Golden Gate Bridge. Each card provides detailed descriptions of four events, locator maps, and sidebars listing governors and the growing populations of the state and its major cities. Printed on durable stock, the set comprises 25 two-sided decade cards, an overview card, a table of contents, and a three-ring binder.
8½" x 11"