Frank F. Latta

Death Valley ‘49ers

The tortuous journey from Salt Lake City to San Fernando Valley is discussed by Author Frank Latta

El Camino Viejo á Los Angeles

Frank F. Latta delivered this story to the Kern County Historical Society as a program in the mid-1930.

Saga of Rancho El Tejon

Saga of Rancho El Tejon is the story of José Jesus Lopez, who was one of the most colorful pioneers to operate a stock ranch in California.

AUTHOR: Frank F. Latta
DETAILS: 295 pp.
ISBN: 1-892622-30-0.

Saga of Rancho El Tejon

Saga of Rancho El Tejon

Saga of Rancho El Tejon is the story of José Jesus Lopez, who was one of the most colorful pioneers to operate a stock ranch in California.

AUTHOR: Frank F. Latta
DETAILS: 295 pp.
ISBN: 1-892622-30-0.

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Handbook of Yokuts Indians

Handbook of Yokuts Indians

Written by Frank F. Latta and originally published in 1949, the Handbook of the Yokuts Indians is considered by many historians and cultural anthropologists to be the single most important work on the lives and culture of the more than 60 tribes that made.

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California Indian Folklore

California Indian Folklore

First printed in 1936, California Indian Folklore was Frank Latta’s first work that specifically focused on the Native Americans of the San Joaquin Valley, describing the culture of the many tribes of the Yokuts.

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