HISTORY IN
    
THE COUNTY OF
          SAN LUIS OBISPO
 
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Table of Contents: 
Wallace Ohles'
The Lands of Mission San Miguel
Fresno: Word Dancer Press
,
in association with
The Friends of the Adobes (San Miguel), 1997.  

Dedication
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Mission San Miguel Property and Padres
Secularization of the Missions, The Secularization of Mission San Miguel
Land Grants: Received and Lost
Petronilo (Petronillo) Rios-The Beginning
Petronilo Rios and Catarina Avila
Petronilo Rios After His Army Career
Governor Mariano Chico, Jose Maria Castanares, and Children of Petronilo Rios
Two Decembers: 1846 and 1848
Pedro Narvaez, Petronilo Rios, and El Paso de Robles Rancho
El Paso de Robles Grant
Petronilo Rios-The Conclusion
The Settlement at El Paso de Robles
Mission San Miguel Lands: Rancho Santa Ysabel, Rancho Huer Huero, Rancho La Asuncion, Rancho Atascadero, and El Nacimiento
Stages (Stagecoaches) of the San Miguel Area
The New Town of San Miguel-Prior to the Railroad
The New Town of San Miguel-After the Arrival of the Railroad
Neighbors of San Miguel: Indian Valley and Slacks Canyon, Vineyard, Ranchita, and Lowe's Canyon, Pleasant Valley, Hog Canyon, Keyes Canyon & Estrella; Cholame and Parkfield, The Eastern part of the County, Pleyto and Jolon
San Ardo, San Lucas and Bradley: San Miguel's Neighbors to the North
Neighbors to the South and Templeton
San Miguel and the Rios Caledonia Property: 1797 to 1874; 1875 to 1885; 1886 to 1900s
The Old Caledonia on El Camino Real" The House by the Side of the Road
Mission San Miguel-The Later Years
"Charles F. Dorries: A Chapter in the History of the Caledonia Adobe"
Bibliography
Memorials
Patrons
Index
About the Author

This extremely comprehensive book contains a 16-page index too lengthy to reproduce here.

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