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By Stephen B. Oates

Winner of the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial ebook Award and the Christopher Award, this impressive exam of the lifetime of Martin Luther King, Jr. portrays a truly genuine guy and his dream that formed America's heritage.

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By Stephen B. Oates

Winner of the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial ebook Award and the Christopher Award, this impressive exam of the lifetime of Martin Luther King, Jr. portrays a truly genuine guy and his dream that formed America's heritage.

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Only after World War II did Californians – including painter Richard Diebenkorn and photographer Imogen Cunningham – shed subservience to Old World art movements in order to develop distinctive visual trends, which then spread internationally. Since the 1950s, Los Angeles has challenged San Francisco’s cultural primacy, and California art has become a highly valued investment. Figure on a Porch (1959) by Richard Diebenkorn PAINTERS California’s mountain and desert landscapes and dramatic ocean shores dominated painters’ attention here during the late 19th century.

1855 Vigilante justice is enforced in Los Angeles Emperor Norton Self-proclaimed Emperor of the United States and Protector of Mexico, the eccentric Joshua Norton printed his own currency and gave advice to Sacramento legislators. 1859 Prospector James Finney discovers silver deposits, the Comstock Lode 1856 Street-murder of newspaper publisher James King of William sparks San Francisco’s second vigilante uprising; William T Sherman leads militia campaign to restrain them 1856 1858 1857 Agoston Haraszthy, father of San Francisco vigilante medal California’s wine industry, founds the Buena Vista estate in the Sonoma Valley (see p465) 1860 Bankrupt grain merchant Joshua Norton declares himself Norton I, Emperor of the United States until his death in 1880 1860 1861 California swears allegiance to the Union.

This California style borrowed post-andbeam construction and wide porches from traditional Japanese buildings. Later, during the postwar building boom of the 1950s, the whole country was influenced by Cliff May’s California ranch house, with its fusion of indoor and outdoor living. In more recent years, many architects, such as Craig Ellwood and Frank Gehry, have helped to make LA a center of modern architectural innovation (see pp72–3). SPANISH COLONIAL STREAMLINE MODERNE Ornate versions of traditional Spanish architecture were first given wide currency by the PanamaCalifornia Exposition in San Diego in 1915 (see pp256 –7), where many buildings were decorated in this style.

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