Vallejo and the Four Flags: A True Story of Early California by Esther J. Comstock, Illustrated by Floyd B. Comstock, revised and abridged by David A. Comstock

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Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo was born when California was part of Spain’s overseas empire. As a teenager he enlisted in the Mexican Army, eventually commanded all pueblos and missions north of San Francisco. Owned the 60,000-acre Petaluma land grant, founded cities of Petaluma, Sonoma, Vallejo and Benicia. A friend and ally of Indian chief Solano, he helped write California’s Constitution and represented Sonoma County in the first State Senate. 88 pages, 23 illustrations, paperback.