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"Settling the Eastern Sierra" history classes #4 (Gold Rush) and #6 (Early Farming Communities). Taught by Barbara Moore in 1992.
Lecture by Barbara Moore. She taught the class "Settling the Eastern Sierras" in Mammoth Lakes, Ca. from 1991 - 1997.
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