The Pickled Head
Joaquín Murieta was a major figure in the history of California from the moment of his purported death in 1853. Murieta remains an iconic character, a hero who championed disenfranchised Latinos against the injustices of the 1849 Gold Rush. The Murieta story epitomizes the clash of two cultures. The Pickled Head aims to entertain, educate, and preserve a rich cultural heritage while investigating how legends are created.
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