Brigham Arnold was hired in 1954 to teach Geography and
Anthropology at California State University, Sacramento.
He became head of an independent Department of Geography that
offered an undergraduate major in the field, which was the
initial beginning of the Geography program at the university.
consists of books, journals, class notes, maps, and subject
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Date Span: 1899-2002
Extent: 96.25 linear feet (70
record cartons and oversize)
Brigham Arnold in Baja, California, circa