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Miriam Pawel Author of The Browns of California - Tuesday, April 23rd
Pages: A Bookstore
Manhattan Beach, CA
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Apr 23, 2019 7:00 PM



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Miriam Pawel Author of The Browns of California - Tuesday, April 23rd
{pages} and its non-fiction book club are pleased host Pulitzer Prize winning, author Miriam Pawel as she discusses her latest book, "The Browns of California".

A Pulitzer Prize winning journalist's panoramic history of California and its impact on the nation, from the Gold Rush to Silicon Valley told through the lens of the family dynasty that led the state for nearly a quarter century.

Even in the land of reinvention, the story is exceptional: Pat Brown, the beloved father who presided over California during an era of unmatched expansion; Jerry Brown, the cerebral son who became the youngest governor in modern times and then returned three decades later as the oldest.

In The Browns of California, journalist and scholar Miriam Pawel weaves a narrative history that spans four generations, from August Schuckman, the Prussian immigrant who crossed the Plains in 1852 and settled on a northern California ranch, to his great-grandson Jerry Brown, who reclaimed the family homestead one hundred forty years later. Through the prism of their lives, we gain an essential understanding of California and an appreciation of its importance.

The magisterial story is enhanced by dozens of striking photos, many published for the first time. This book gives new insights to those steeped in California history, offers a corrective for those who confuse stereotypes and legend for fact, and opens new vistas for readers familiar with only the sketchiest outlines of a place habitually viewed from afar with a mix of envy and awe, disdain, and fascination.

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Pages: A Bookstore (View)
904 Manhattan Ave.
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
United States


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Arts > Literary
Other > Political

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