Native American looking at the newly completed section of the Trans-Continental Railroad from the top of Palisades about 435 miles from Sacramento, California.
Native American Overlooking Railroad, 1868
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- Jane Wyman relaxing on a California beach, 1935 — Share the History Love... Actress Jane Wyman, 18 years old, sitting in lounge chair on California beach, 1935. Share the History Love... [...]
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