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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), California (search)
9 Pioneer woollen mills close; the last of the large woollen manufactories in the State......1889 Gabriel, the famous mission Indian, dies at Salinas, Monterey county, aged 151 years......March 16, 1890 Twenty-nine persons drowned in a train which falls through a drawbridge at Oakland......May 30, 1890 Fortieth anniversary of the admission of California into the Union, celebrated Sept. 6, 8, and 9, the latter day being a legal holiday in the State by governor's proclamation......Sept. 6-9, 1890 Act of Congress to reserve as a public park the Big-tree groves in townships 18 and 17 south......Sept. 25, 1890 King David Kalakaua of the Sandwich Islands lands at San Francisco from the United States man-of-war Charleston......Dec. 4, 1890 King David Kalakaua, born 1836; dies at San Francisco......Jan. 20, 1891 Hon. George Hearst, United States Senator, dies in Washington, D. C.,......Feb. 28, 1891 Charles N. Felton, elected United States Senator......March 19, 189