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California - Historical Maps 1636 and 1731
This antiqued parchment poster includes reprints of two old maps of California from the Colonial Period of American history. The map from 1636 presents California as an island - the popular belief at the time. The map from 1731 presents California as part of the mainland - which was an unpopular idea for many until 1746 when King Ferdinand of France issued a Royal Decree that "California is not an Island."
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