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The Last of the California Rangers (1928) by Jill L. Cossley-Batt


ILLUSTRATIONS

PAGE
An Old-Time Mining Camp
    Courtesy of A. C. Jackson, Union Pacific Railway.
Inside Covers
William James Howard
    From a Photograph Taken by the Author.
Frontispiece
Preface by Captain Howard
    Facsimile of Original Manuscript, Written at the Age of Ninety-seven
xiii
Agreement for Purchase of Slaves
    Facsimile of Original Contract.
12
The Historic Alamo 20
A Close Call for Young Howard 64
James W. Marshall, Discoverer of California’s Gold 76
Sutter’s Sawmill, Where the First Gold Was Found 80
Entry in Bigler’s Diary, January 24, 1848
    Facsimile of Original Manuscript.
85
Mariposa County Court-House 92
A Landmark of Howard’s Romantic Youth 100
Another Relic of the Gold-Rush Days 100
Mirror Lake, Yosemite Valley 152
“Wide-Open” San Francisco 160
The Rangers in Action 160
The Spanish Fandango 172
Joaquin Murieta
    Only Known Portrait of California’s Most Desperate Bandit.
188
Capture of Murieta by the Rangers 188
Captain Howard and His Bride, Isabelle Holton 224
General P. Edward Connor 236
Colonel Edward Baker 236
A Yosemite Indian Mother 260
First Railroad Train to Reach the Pacific 272
Judge David Terry 284
Senator David C. Broderick 284


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