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Citrus Roots...our Legacy Citriculture to…

Citrus Roots...our Legacy Citriculture to Citrus Culture (Vol 2) (Citrus…

by Richard H. Barker

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The legacy of the citrus growing industry in three volumes. History and culture are covered in this photo filled book. This is volume two - Citriculture to Citrus Culture. The "planting of gold" brought about community development, generated more income than the gold rush, and endured for over 75 years. This is a story of people with strong-willed ideals, willing to take risks, which influenced the development of Southern California. The coverage focuses pictorially on the local components to the citrus cycle from Etiwanda to San Dimas and from Walnut to Ontario linking the life cycle of the citrus tree to the other cycles which influenced successive change to this valley in an interesting and enlightening way.

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