Chinatown, A Legend of Old Cannery Row.

By: Winston Elstob, Richard H. Dillon (b. 1924), introduction.

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Oblong Pamphlet. 6 x 8 1/2 inches. [x], (30) pp. Hand-lettered at the Turtle's Quill Scriptorium, black-and-white painted illustrations by Joyce Mary Alexander; text clean, unmarked. Printed wrappers; binding square and tight, shelf wear. INSCRIBED twice by Richard Dillon on front free end-paper. Very Good. In the second half of the nineteenth century, Chinese fishermen and women built Monterey into one of the largest fishing ports in California. In 1906, just after the great San Francisco Earthquake, Monterey's Chinatown on Cannery Row was destroyed in a fire. The prospering fishing camps were destroyed, leaving nothing today to mark their history and influence. This book revives this important facet of California history.

Title: Chinatown, A Legend of Old Cannery Row.

Author Name: Winston Elstob, Richard H. Dillon (b. 1924), introduction.

Categories: California History, California Local History, Western Americana,

Publisher: Orinda, CA:, Condor's Sky Press,: 1965

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Used: Very Good

Type: Paperback

Seller ID: GY815-263

Keywords: Chinatown A Legend of Old Cannery Row, California History, Chinese Immigrants, Winston Elstob