Excerpt from The True History of the Founding of the University of California
On page 702, same journal, we find, Mr. Holden introduced, An act to pro vide for the selection of the lands do hated to the State of California by the Act of Congress, approved July 2, 1862, for the endowment of colleges for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic arts, and all lands that may be granted to the State for like purposes, which act became a law April 2, 1866.
On page 770, same journal, we find Mr. Holden offered a joint resolution for the meeting of the Senate and Assembly in joint convention for the purpose of elect ing five directors for the new college, which joint resolution was adopted.
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