Elected officials sometimes overlook flagrant violations to protect their own images. This happened time and time again in California history. More
We are sticking our neck out with this book, as it’s undoubtedly going to ruffle some feathers. That’s all right. We feel confident that our research has found glaring errors in some historical reports on California.
The Chinese massacre in Los Angeles in 1871 was a virtual coverup by city officials, who didn’t dare taint their reputation by doing so.
Likewise, the 1850 slave market in Los Angeles should never have happened, but it did, and we’re here to bare the truth about it.
The KKK dealings in Orange County are another injustice that can’t be overlooked.
We’ve filled this book with Untold Stories in California History. We hope you not only enjoy the book, but perhaps learn something along the way.
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