Bibliography


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DATA SOURCES

California Journal. (1992) Legislative District Maps of California. Sacramento: Author.

Useful for student research on political diversity. Reprints available from

California Journal, 1714 Capitol Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95814.

Durrenberger, R. W. (1972) Patterns On the Land. Palo Alto, California: National Press Books.

One of the best, though, in part, out-of-date, illustrations of physical

geography, population patterns, natural resources, commerce, etc. Useful

for student research on regionalism. Lots of maps.

Hoffman, M.S., Ed. (1992) The 1992 World Almanac and Book of Facts. New York: World Almanac Publications.

A standard almanac.

Information Publications. (1992). California Cities, Towns and Counties. Palo Alto, California: Author.

A good source of statistical data. Data base data on SAT scores were derived

from raw data in this source.

Johnson, O., Ed. (1992). The Information Please Almanac. Boston: Houghton, Miflin Co.

A standard almanac.

Kidron, M. and Segal, R. (1987). New State of the World Atlas. New York: Simon and Schuster.

Used for information on international secession movements.

Sacramento Area Council of Governments. (1991). Geographic Areas Reference List (Part A). (Document No. 91 - 029). Sacramento: Author.

Used for data base data on population, land area and population density.

State of California, Bureau of Economic Analysis. (1992). Personal income by major source and earnings by major industry. (Table CA 5.1) Sacramento: Author.

State of California, Department of Finance. (1991). California Statistical Abstract. Sacramento: Author.

Useful for research on statistical data. The source for data base

statistics in the following data base fields: Acreage, Area, Manufacturing

Units, Median Family Income, Per Capita Income, Unemployment, Poverty,

Taxable Sales, Timber, % Farmland, % Forestland, Timber+Farms, Voters,

Democrats, Republicans. The last five fields were derived from the source's

raw statistical data.

State of California, Department of Finance. (1991). Census of population and housing: Report C90-PL-1. Sacramento: Author.

Useful for research on statistical data. The source for data base

statistics in the following data base fields: Population, Population

Density, White, Black, Native American Asian, Other, Hispanic Origin.

State of California, Department of Finance. (1992) Rankings of California cities and counties. (Report No. E8). Sacramento: Author.

A source for statistical data and county rankings.

Wright, J.W., Ed. (1992) The Universal Almanac. Kansas City MO: Andrews and McMeel.

A standard almanac.

OTHER SOURCE MATERIAL

Assembly Office of Research.. (1992) Two New Californias: An Equal Division. Sacramento: Author.

Useful for student research on various historical plans to divide state.

Reprints available from Assembly Publication Office, State Capitol, Box

942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0001.

Associated Press. (1992, June 17). Split California in three, not two, measure's backer proposes. Sacramento Union.

Useful for student research on the Statham proposal. (Reprints may be

available from Stan Statham, State Capitol, Room 4098, Sacramento, CA

95814).

Bean, W. and J. J. Rawls. (1988). California: An Interpretive History. (Fifth edition). New York: McGraw Hill.

A college level text on California history with no pretensions of being un-

biased. Reading level may be too difficult for some high school students.

Beck, W. A. and Y. D. Haase. (1974) Historical Atlas of California. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press.

Contains data on historical changes in county boundaries, natural resources,

water, railroads, and commerce. Much of the material is historical.

Brazil, E. (1992, February 9). Up country it's divide and rule. San Francisco Examiner. p. B1.

Useful for student research on the Statham proposal. (Reprints may be

available from Stan Statham, State Capitol, Room 4098, Sacramento, CA

95814).

California State Department of Education. (1988). History-Social Science Framework for California Public Schools. Sacramento: Author.

California State Legislature. (1992, December 7). Assembly Bill No. 3. (Reprints may be available from Stan Statham, State Capitol, Room 4098, Sacramento, CA 95814).

Reprints also available from Assembly Publication Office, State Capitol, Box

942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0001. The text is also available in the

HyperCard stack that accompanies these lessons.

California State Legislature. (1992, January 22). House Resolution No. 31. (Reprints may be available from Stan Statham, State Capitol, Room 4098, Sacramento, CA 95814).

Reprints also available from Assembly Publication Office, State Capitol, Box

942849, Sacramento, CA 94249-0001. The text is also available in the

HyperCard stack that accompanies these lessons.

California's congressional races. (1992, October 30). San Francisco Chronicle. p. A4.

Useful for student research on political sectionalism

Callenbach, E. (1981). Ecotopia Emerging. Berkeley, California: Banyan Tree Books.

Fiction about splitting California along an ecological/cultural boundary. See

accompanying HyperCard stack for further information.

Cannon, L. (1992, June 23). Proposal to break up California gains credibility. Washington Post.

Useful for student research on the Statham proposal. (Reprints may be

available from Stan Statham, State Capitol, Room 4098, Sacramento, CA

95814).

Cox, J.D. (1992, June 4). Rural north state files for divorce.. Sacramento Bee. p. B1.

Useful for student research on Statham proposal.

Cox, J.D. (1992, May 24). 31 counties vote on dividing state in 2. Sacramento Bee. p. A1.

Useful for student research on Statham proposal.

Coy, O. C. (1923). California county boundaries. Berkeley, California: California Historical Survey Commission.

Geographical data for historical changes in county boundaries came from this

source.

Davis, W. N. (1952) State of Jefferson. California Historical Society Quarterly. 39(2) 125 - 138.

Good for student research on the state of Jefferson.

Di Leo, M. and E. Smith. (1983) Two Californias: The Truth About the State Split Movement. Covelo, California: Island Press.

A good source for information about historic state split movements and the

motives behind them. The book's thesis is that sectionalism is relatively

insignificant and that Californians have more holding them together than

splitting them apart.

Dillon, R. H. (1968) Blueprint for a split level California. California Monthly. 74(2) 22 - 29.

Good for student research on sectionalism, and various historical state

split movements, particularly: the 1850's, Pico, Jefferson and Dolwig.

Durrenberger, R. W. (Ed.). (1971). California: Its People, Its problems Its Prospects. Palo Alto, California: National Press Books.

Good for student research on water regions, geographical patterns,

sectionalism and air pollution patterns.

Geissinger, S. (1992, June 16). California to beget 3 states? Sacramento Bee. p. 1.

Useful for student research on Statham proposal.

Hoover, M. B., et. al. (1932), Historic spots in California. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.

A good source of information, particularly historic, about individual counties.

Hornbeck, D., et. al. (1983). California patterns: A geographical and historical atlas. Palo Alto, California: Mayfield Publishers.

Good illustrations of physical geography, population patterns, natural

resources, commerce, economic patterns, agriculture, and climate. Useful

for student research on regionalism. Lots of maps.

How California voted. (1992, November 5). San Francisco Chronicle. Election Special Section, p. 1.

Useful for student research on political sectionalism.

Kershner, V. (1992, June 23). Proposal would split California into 3 states. San Francisco Chronicle. Section 2, p. 1.

Useful for student research on Statham proposal.

Little, J.B. (1992, May 24). Revolt up for vote in Lassen. Sacramento Bee. p. B1.

Useful for student research on Statham proposal.

McCabe, M. (1992, June 4). 51st state proposal OKd by voters in 27 California counties. San Francisco Chronicle. p. A18.

Useful for student research on Statham proposal.

McDow, R. M. (1970) State separation schemes, 1907 - 1921. California Historical Quarterly. 49(1) 39 - 46.

Good for student research on sectionalism, the State of Siskiyou, the

People's Association Movement and the Beal proposal.

Miller, C. S. and R. S. Hyslop. (1983). California: The geography of diversity. Mountain View, California: Mayfield Publishing.

Price, C. (1992) The longshot bid to split California. California Journal 23(8) 387 - 391.

Useful for student research on Jefferson, Dolwig, Collier and Statham

proposals.

Rees, M. (1992, June 22) Californians get sick of each other. Wall Street Journal.

Useful for student research on the Statham proposal and sectional differences.

(Reprints may be available from Stan Statham, State Capitol, Room 4098,

Sacramento, CA 95814).

Rolle, A. and J. S. Gaines. (1990). The Golden State: California History and Government. Arlington Heights, Illinois: Harlan Davidson, Inc.

A standard secondary text for California history and government.

San Francisco Chronicle.. (1992, May 18 through May 22). The Six Nations of California. Author. Reprints available from the Reprint Office, San Francisco Chronicle, 415-777-7100.

Very good articles on sectional differences in California.

Smith, M. (1992, June 28). Statham is on a roll. Sacramento Bee. Opinion Section, p.2. Useful for student research on the Statham proposal. (Reprints may be

available from Stan Statham, State Capitol, Room 4098, Sacramento, CA

95814).

Splitting state gaining favor. (1992, May 26). The Grass Valley Union. p. 1.

Useful for student research on Statham proposal.

State of California (1979). The State Water Atlas. Sacramento: Author

Statham, S. (1992) Press release: Assembly select committee to divide California. (May be available from Stan Statham, State Capitol, Room 4098, Sacramento, CA 95814.

This may, or may not, come with additional campaign material for Mr,

Statham, which you may want to remove before handing out to students.

Statham, S. (1992) Press release: Does California need a new state government? (May be available from Stan Statham, State Capitol, Room 4098, Sacramento, CA 95814.

This may, or may not, come with additional campaign material for Mr,

Statham, which you may want to remove before handing out to students.

Statham, S. (1992) Press release: Should California be divided into two states? (May be available from Stan Statham, State Capitol, Room 4098, Sacramento, CA 95814).

This may, or may not, come with additional campaign material for Mr,

Statham, which you may want to remove before handing out to students.

Statham, S. (1992) Press release: Three ways to a better government. (May be available from Stan Statham, State Capitol, Room 4098, Sacramento, CA 95814.

This may, or may not, come with additional campaign material for Mr,

Statham, which you may want to remove before handing out to students.

Statham, S. (1992) Press release: Two new Californias: Executive Summary. (May be available from Stan Statham, State Capitol, Room 4098, Sacramento, CA 95814).

This may, or may not, come with additional campaign material for Mr,

Statham, which you may want to remove before handing out to students.

Stowe, N. J. (1975) California Government. Beverly Hills, California: Glencoe Press.

Good for student research on regionalism and local government.

Walters, D. (1992) The New California (Second edition). Sacramento: California Journal Press.

Very good and detailed information on various sections of California. Walters

subdivides the state into 14 different regions.

Willis, D. (1992) September 8). California times three? Sacramento Union. (Reprints may be available from Stan Statham, State Capitol, Room 4098, Sacramento, CA 95814).

Useful for student research on the Statham proposal. (Reprints available from

Stan Statham, State Capitol, Room 4098, Sacramento, CA 95814).

 
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