Alexander Smith Taylor (1817–1876), best known for his Indianology of California written in a column for The California Farmer and Journal of Useful Arts (1860–1861), was an avid collector, prodigious author and obscure, sometimes errant, historian with an obscure background, and considered the "first bibliographer of California".

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  • Alexander Smith Taylor (1817–1876), best known for his Indianology of California written in a column for The California Farmer and Journal of Useful Arts (1860–1861), was an avid collector, prodigious author and obscure, sometimes errant, historian with an obscure background, and considered the "first bibliographer of California". (en)
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  • Alexander Smith Taylor (1817–1876), best known for his Indianology of California written in a column for The California Farmer and Journal of Useful Arts (1860–1861), was an avid collector, prodigious author and obscure, sometimes errant, historian with an obscure background, and considered the "first bibliographer of California". (en)
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