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Four months in the mines of California, or, Life in the mountains
|Other titles||Life in the mountains|
|Statement||by S. Weston|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 103053|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||87810601|
The beginning of the end for Bart was November 3, He waited for the Tuttletown stage, which carried $ in gold coin and over ounces of amalgam.A young boy who had hitched a ride to go hunting was the only passenger, and he left the stagecoach just before Bart showed California, by Dr. Josiah Royce, in the handsome as well as handy American Commonwealths series, is commonly regarded as the best short history of California ever written, and particularly so as to the early mining era. Dr. Royce knew his state, and a more competent writer could hardly have been ing, in his history, almost everything accessible, worthy of
Julian is a small mountain community in Southern California located at the intersection of California highways 78 about 50 miles northeast of San Diego. This historic gold-mining town is nestled among oak and pine forests between the north end of the Cuyamaca Range and the south slope of Volcan :// Now, within two months, five millions have been taken out of the Klondyke regions. It took the first eight months of work in California to pan out that amount under infinitely more favorable conditions of climate and weather. That is a straw worth noting. "There are just two ways at present, each of which has its advantages and its ://
The first news of the discovery of gold in California was months in getting to "the States," and it was even months later before the gold fever had become really epidemic in the East. With the telegraph and cable of to-day the news from the Yukon has already encircled the globe and quickened the pulse of mankind in every land and California has the largest economy in the United States and, in , was the first state to reach the trillion-dollar benchmark in gross state product. In , California was ranked the ninth
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Life in the mountains, or, Four months in the mines of California. [S Weston] Life in the Mountains: or Four Months in the Mines of California.
Providence: printed by B.T. Albro for E.P. Weston, 8vo ( x mm). 34,  pp. Original blue printed wrappers bound in modern half morocco. Light spotting throughout, some wrinkling to title, light wear and institutional stamp to wrappers, pencil marginalia :// Ramblings in California [electronic resource]: containing a description of the country, life at the mines, state of society, etc.
interspersed with characteristic anecdotes and sketches from life, being the five years' experience of a gold digger / (Toronto: J. Bain, [?]), by Here is a look back at the great California Gold Rush of ’49, which started with a lucky break.
The gold mines would go on to make some people rich and cause some people to lose everything — and it is also what’s responsible for the city of San Francisco’s sudden growth, as well as bringing thousands upon thousands of people to :// OLD MINES OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Desert-Mountain-Coastal Areas Including the Calico-Salton Sea Colorado River Districts and Southern Counties. Frontier Book Company Toyahvale, Texas Reprinted From The Report of The The California Guide Book: Comprising Colonel Fremont's Geographical Account of Upper California; Major Emory's Overland Journey From Fort Leavenworth in Missouri to San Diego in California, Including Parts of the Arkansas Del Norte and Gila Rivers; and Captain Fremont's Narrative of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, and to ?type=lcsubc&key=California -- Social.
Six months in the gold mines: from a journal of three years' residence in Upper and Lower California. Edward Gould Buffum (), a New York journalist, came to California as an officer in the 7th Regiment of N.Y.
Volunteers during the Mexican War. He stayed on to seek gold and edit a California newspaper before returning east to ?fa=subject:gold. An Analysis of the Problem of the Proposed Rehabilitation of Hydraulic Mining in California, with Particular Reference to the Mining Region on the Yuba River and Its Tributaries.
Yuba City, CA, Weston, Silas. Four Months in the Mines of California: or, Life in the Mountains. Providence, RI: B.T. Albro, Whitney, J. THE Fraser Mines Vindicated, OR, THE HISTORY OF FOUR MONTHS. BY ALFRED WADDINGTON.
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS, "Scribitur ad narrandum non ad probandum." VICTORIA: PRINTED BY P. DE GARRO, WHARF STREET. I offer you the first book published on Vancouver Island,* and I recommend it to :// (In his book Two Years Before the Mast, the Harvard-dropout-turned-common-sailor, Richard Henry Dana, recounts spending the early part of off the coast of California, loading cow hides onto the brig Pilgrim for transport back to Boston.) By the end ofthose same cattle were going for $75 a head or more in San :// California was the name given to a mythical island populated only by beautiful Amazon warriors, as depicted in Greek myths, using gold tools and weapons in the popular early 16th-century romance novel Las Sergas de Esplandián (The Adventures of Esplandián) by Spanish author Garci Rodríguez de popular Spanish fantasy was printed in several editions with the earliest It was located in the southern spurs of the Patagonia Mountains, seventy-five miles from Tucson, and three or four miles north of the Sonora line.
It was discovered in by a Mexican herder, who sold it to Captain Ewell (afterwards General Ewell of the Confederate Army) and Messrs. Brevoort, Douglass, and Johnson, who gave the Mexican a pony THE BOOK CLUB OF CALIFORNIA: SAN FRANCISCO A Trip to the Gold Mines of California in BY valuable Six Months in the Gold Mines was published in During that same year William R.
Lienhard throw light on several phases of life in the mines Present at the Beginning of the Gold Rush: Journalist Edward Gould Buffum Pans Gold in California, Edward Gould Buffum (–) went to California in as a soldier in a New York regiment during the Mexican War.
There, Buffum and his regiment helped wrest California from California Gold, W. Leicht, D. Leicht, Lapidary Journal, Vol. 44, No. 12, pp.(). This article contains photographs of some of the most famous gold specimens found in California, and information on the mines where they were found.
A Glimpse of Life in the Gold Country, J. Doble, California Geology, Vol. 47, No. 4, pp.( Other Lost Dutchman's mines. Robert Blair wrote "[t]here have been at least four legendary Lost Dutchman's gold mines in the American West, including the famed Superstition mine of Jacob Waltz".
One Lost Dutchman's mine is said to be in Colorado, another in California; two are said to be located in of these other Lost Dutchman's mines can be traced to at least the ://'s_Gold_Mine. There are not wanting many beautiful scenes and cheerful locations, but as a whole, it is a cheerless and uncomfortable country, fit only for savage men and wild beasts.
Our camp to-day is in the full glare of an August sun; hot, sultry and wearisome; the range of broken and semi-round mountains that. BARRY: OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA IN An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.
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B. () Cenozoic volcanism of the central Sierra Nevada, California. Bulletin of the California Division of Mines and Geology,