Chapter 9

   Elimination of California Indians: Chapman, p. 12; McWilliams, p. 29-30; W.W. Robinson, Land in California (1948), p. 24, 37; Monroy, p. 244; Dale L. Walker, Bear Flag Rising: The Conquest of California, 1846 (1999), p. 43; Shelburne F. Cook, The Conflict Between the California Indian and White Civilization (1976), p. 1-4; John and LaRee Caughey, Los Angeles: Biography of a City (1976), p. 198-200.
   Richard Henry Dana Jr.: Two Years Before the Mast (1840), p. 94.
   John C. Frémont as war criminal and personality: Robert W. Merry, A Country of Vast Designs: James K. Polk, the Mexican War and the Conquest of the American Continent (2009), p. 302; Allan Nevins, Fremont: Pathfinder of the West (1939), passim; Bancroft, p. 22:25, 22:171-4; Walker (Bear), p. 107, 135-7; Tom Chaffin, Pathfinder: John Charles Fremont and the Course of the American Empire (2002), passim, “The Decline of the Californios: A Social History of the Spanish-Speaking Californians (1966), p. 30, 200; Paul Gates, Land and Law in California: Essays on Land Policies (1991), p. 72-3.
   Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo: Starr (California), p. xvii; Bancroft, p. 22:591; Cleland, p. 291; Monroy, p. 204-5; Willard, p. 247; Acuna, p. 57; Merry, p 434.
   Norwalk: Richard L. Kahanek, A History of Norwalk (1968), passim. At the time, Kahanek was director of public information for the City of Norwalk.
   Lakewood: Eric, Popular Culture in the Age of White Flight: Fear and Fantasy in Suburban Los Angeles (2004), p. 43; D.J. Waldie, Holy Land: A Suburban Memoir (1996), p. 171; Kevin Starr, Golden Dreams: California in an Age of Abundance 1950-1963 (2009), p. 25.