2 edition of California : life, resources, and industries of the Golden state found in the catalog.
California : life, resources, and industries of the Golden state
J. Russell Smith
|Statement||by J. Russell Smith.|
|Series||California state series, California State series|
|LC Classifications||F861 .S65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||36028314|
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Get this from a library. California: life, resources, and industries of the Golden state: for use with the California state geography series. [J Russell Smith] -- This book describes the geography, history, and industry of California, as well as other facts about the state.
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It was admitted as the 31st state of the union on September 9,and by the early s it was the most populous U.S. state. No version of the origin of California’s name has been fully accepted, but there is wide support for the contention that it derived from an early 16th-century Spanish novel, Las sergas de Esplandián.
California is an abundant source of natural resources. A vast state, its many climates offer a variety of sources of food, energy and shelter which make California a friendly climate in which to thrive.
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In addition to freshwater supplies, California contains a vast coastline that extends over 1, miles, includes sandy beaches and supports many types of marine creatures.
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Because of California’s vast size and the fact that it’s a coastal state, it offers a bounteous array of animals. A number of different climates -- from the temperate mountains in the north to California’s desert, and from coastal mountains to arid chaparral -- contribute to this bounty of animal creatures.
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natural resources. The railroad's political machine eventually died, although California's increasingly diverse economy probably had as much to do with its demise as the Progressive reforms did.
The emergent oil, auto-mobile, and trucking industries gave the state important alternative means of transportation and shipping. The reform movement File Size: 31KB. According to a study commissioned by the state legislature, government regulation costs the state a staggering $ billion per year – the equivalent of one quarter of California’s entire.California Resources Corporation (NYSE: CRC) is a publicly traded oil and natural gas exploration and production company and the largest oil and natural gas producer in California.
We operate our world-class resource base exclusively within the State of California, applying complementary and integrated infrastructure to gather, process and.Last updated on May 27th, California is the most populous and the 3 rd most extensive of the 50 states of the United States.
It is in the Pacific Region of the United States. The state attained statehood on September 9,becoming the 31 st state to join the union.
It shares its border with three states Oregon, Arizona, and rnia (nicknamed: the Golden State) has 58 counties.