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The Rancho's Museum Shop has an atmosphere of friendliness and quality that makes visitors glad they came. You will find something new each time you visit.

Rancho members at the $100 Barn Raiser level receive a 15% discount.
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JOhn Kelly Chocolates at the Rancho Museum Shop

Fresh and Delicious!

You can find scrumptious
John Kelly Chocolates
at the Rancho's Museum Shop

Get 'em while you can! They are in big demand.

Visit the Museum Shop Friday-Sunday, 1pm - 5pm
now through December 17. (The Rancho will be closed on Friday, November 24, 2017 but open on the 25th and 26th)

Rancho Los Alamitos: Ever Changing, Always the Same

Rancho Los Alamitos: Ever Changing, Always the Same

by Claudia Jurmain, David Lavender, and Larry L. Meyer with Foreword by Kevin Starr

Unearth the storied legacy of Southern California

In elegant detail, Rancho Los Alamitos explores this evolving land and its inhabitants. Through letters, diaries, ledgers, and historic photos, the story of Southern California is powerfully illustrated.

Rancho Los Alamitos has always been a place of gathering, a home of new beginnings for those with dreams tied to a generous land. Rooted in its resilient diversity, the place has retained the distinctive flavor and grace of an older California while living in the times. This is Rancho Los Alamitos – ever changing, always the same.

Hard bound copies of "Rancho Los Alamitos: Ever Changing, Always the Same" are on sale now at the Rancho Museum Shop or click the "Buy Now" button to order this book online now. The discounted price is (MSRP=$50) $40 plus tax and shipping for a total of $51.75. To order in volume (6 or more), please call the Rancho at (562) 431-3541.
NOTICE: Rancho Los Alamitos received the American Association of State and Local History (AASLH) Leadership in History Award for the publication, "Rancho Los Alamitos: Ever Changing, Always the Same". The award was presented at the AASLH annual meeting in Salt Lake City, Oct. 3-6, 2012. Congratulations to Claudia Jurmain and her co-authors, David Lavender and Larry L. Meyer, for their superlative work.
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A Southern California Tribe Examines Its Contemporary Identity
O My Ancestor  

O, My Ancestor: Recognition and Renewal for the Gabrielino-Tongva People of the Los Angeles Areaby Claudia Jurmain and William McCawley

"O My Ancestor is a most admirable and necessary undertaking, with rich and moving testimony and a fullness of detail that makes it compelling."
- James D. Houston, author of Bird of Another Heaven

$27.50
(Includes tax, shipping, handling in the U.S.)

Illustration at left: “The Ascension of Chinigchinich into the Heaven of Stars” by Jean Goodwin. The woodcut illustration is from the 1933 edition of Chinigchinch by Father Gerónimo Boscana published by the Fine Arts Press in Santa Ana.

On sale now at the Rancho Museum Shop or click the "Buy Now" button to order this book online now.
 

 

 

 

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