Reinstedt, Randall A.
REINSTEDT, Randall A.
REINSTEDT, Randall A. American, b. 1935. Genres: Area studies. Career: Writer, lecturer, educator, and historian. Publications: Dinosaur Dan, 1971; Gold in the Santa Lucias, 1973, as Monterey's Mother Lode, 1977; Ghosts, Bandits and Legends of Old Monterey, 1974, rev. ed., 1995; Shipwrecks and Sea Monsters of California's Central Coast, 1975; Tales, Treasures, and Pirates of Old Monterey, 1976, rev. ed., 2004; Ghostly Tales and Mysterious Happenings of Old Monterey, 1977; (compiler) Where Have All the Sardines Gone?: A Pictorial History of Steinbeck's Cannery Row and Old Monterey's Fisherman's Wharf and Sardine Industry, 1978; Portraits of the Past, 1979; Mysterious Sea Monsters of California's Central Coast, 1979, rev. ed., 1993; Incredible Ghosts of Old Monterey's Hotel Del Monte, 1980; Ghosts of the Big Sur Coast, 1981, rev. ed., 2002; More Than Memories: History and Happenings of the Monterey Peninsula, 1985, rev. ed., 2001; Stagecoast Santa, 1986; The Monterey Peninsula: An Enchanted Land, 1987; Otters, Octopuses, and Odd Creatures of the Deep, 1987; The Strange Case of the Ghosts of the Robert Louis Stevenson House, 1988; One-Eyed Charley: The California Whip, 1990; Ghost Notes: Haunted Happenings on California's Historic Monterey Peninsula, 1991; Tales and Treasures of California's Missions, 1992; Tales and Treasures of the California Gold Rush, 1994; Lean John, California's Horseback Hero, 1996; Tales and Treasures of California's Ranchos, 1998; California Ghost Notes: Haunted Happenings throughout the Golden State, 2000. Address: PO Drawer 5998, Carmel, CA 93921, U.S.A.
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