California State Outdoor Play
California Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 5
Source: California State Legislature, California Law, (http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/calaw.html), March 15, 2008.
Ramona Bowl: Website of the Ramona Bowl amphitheatre, home of the official California outdoor play, Ramona.
Ramona Pageant Images: A group of photographs from the Ramona Pageant in 2005 and 2006 provided by Craig Gillette, a member of U.S. Territorial Marshals-California, a Old-West Reenactment Group Cowboy Action Shooting.
Ramona Bowl from on high: Nice photograph of the Ramona Bowl posted to Flickr by "smoke fire ash".
Ramona, by Helen Hunt Jackson, Paperback: 340 pages, NuVision Publications (September 30, 2007) Ramona was immensely popular almost immediately upon its release, with over 15,000 copies sold in the ten months before Jackson's death in 1885. Just a year later in 1886, the North American Review called it "unquestionably the best novel yet produced by an American woman" and named it, along with Uncle Tom's Cabin, one of two most ethical novels of the 19th century.
Ramona: by Helen Hunt Jackson. The complete text of Ramona, and other Jackson works, are provided online as part of Project Gutenberg's book catalog. You may read Ramona online or download the complete book in text of Plucker format.
Ramona 11"x17" Reproduction Movie Poster, Reproduction of poster for 1928 movie, starring Dolores Del Rio.
Ramona Lives: How Helen Hunt Jackson's character took on a life of her own from the California Missions Resource Center.
Helen Hunt Jackson: Brief biography of Helen Hunt Jackson from the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame in Denver.
Helen Hunt Jackson (1830-1885): Information about Helen Hunt Jackson from Dr. Donna Campbell at Washington State University.
Colorado College Special Collections: Helen Hunt Jackson: Colorado College owns the single largest collection of letters, diaries, photographs, and other materials related to Helen Hunt Jackson, 19th-century novelist and Indian rights activist.
Helen Hunt Jackson: A Literary Life, by Kate Phillips, 408 pages, University of California Press; 1 edition (April 3, 2003) Novelist, travel writer, and essayist Helen Hunt Jackson (1830-1885) was one of the most successful authors and most passionate intellects of her day. Ralph Waldo Emerson also regarded her as one of America's greatest poets. Today Jackson is best remembered for Ramona, a romantic novel set in the rural Southern Californian Indian and Californio communities of her day. Ramona, continuously in print for over a century, has become a cultural icon, but Jackson's prolific career left us with much more, notably her achievements as a prose writer and her work as an early activist on behalf of Native Americans.
A Century of Dishonor, by Helen Hunt Jackson, 350 pages, Dover Publications (June 9, 2003) This monumental study chronicles the maltreatment of Indians as far back as the American Revolution. Focusing mainly on the Delaware and the Cheyenne, the text reveals a succession of broken treaties, the government's forced removal of tribes from choice lands, and other examples of inhuman treatment of the nation's 300,000 Indians.
Helen Hunt Jackson: Selected Colorado Writings, edited by Mark I. West, 160 pages, Filter Press (December 1, 2002) In this collection, Professor Mark I. West introduces the modern reader to Jackson's travel descriptions, fiction and poetry. These selections were written and published while she lived in Colorado Springs and have as their subject either frontier life in Colorado, or the natural beauty of the area.
A Separate Star: Selected Writings of Helen Hunt Jackson, edited by Michelle Burnham, 320 pages, Heyday Books (March 1, 2008) The complex legacy of a pioneer woman writer and advocate for Native American justice Best known for A Century of Dishonor and Ramona, Helen Hunt Jackson was a widely published writer in the mid-nineteenth century. Her work spanned two decades and ranged from many anonymous pieces of travel writing to poetry, romantic fiction, children s literature, and parenting advice. Ms. Burnham is interested in presenting a portrait of Jackson as a writer whose attitudes and beliefs on an array of subjects influenced her times. Her work is still compelling and clearly part of the long road to change that we are on today.
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