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A Guide to the Mother Lode Country (1948) by C. Frank Brockman


SELECTED REFERENCES

Bancroft, Hubert Howe, History of California (7 vols.). San Francisco, California, A. L. Bancroft & Co.; 1884.

Benson, Ivan, Mark Train’s Western Years. Stanford University, California, Stanford University Press; 1938.

Buckbee, Edna Bryan, The Saga of Old Tuolumne. New York, N. Y., Press of the Pioneers; 1935.

Chamberlain, Newell D. The Call of Gold. Mariposa, California, Gazette Press; 1936.

Cleland, Robert Glass. From Wilderness to Empire. New York, N. Y., Alfred A. Knopf; 1944.

Coy, Owen Cochrane. Gold Days. Los Angeles, California, Powell Publishing Co.; 1929.

Dane, G. Ezra and Beatrice J. Ghost Town. New York, N. Y., Alfred A. Knopf; 1941.

Drury, Aubrey. California: An intimate Guide. New York, N. Y., Harper and Brothers; 1947.

El Dorado County Chamber of Commerce. El Dorado County, California—History, Industry, Recreation. Placerville, California, Hangtown Press; 1944.

Farquahar, Francis P. The Life of Joaquin Murietta, The Brigand Chief of California (California Police Gazette, 1859). San Francisco, California, Grabhorn Press; 1932.

Gillis, Steve. Memories of Mark Twain. Sonora, California, The Sonora Banner; second edition.

Glasscock, C. B. A Golden Highway. Indianapolis, Indiana, Bobbs-Merrill Co.; 1934.

Gudde, Erwin G. Sutter’s Own Story. New York, N. Y., G. P. Putnam’s Sons; 1936.

Holmes, Roberta Evelyn. The Southern Mines of California; Early Development of the Sonora Mining Region. San Francisco, California, Grabhorn Press; 1930.

Jackson, Joseph Henry. Anybody’s Gold. New York, N. Y., D. Appleton-Century Co.; 1941.

Kazmarek, F. A. Ghost Towns and Relics of ’49. Stockton, California, Stockton Chamber of Commerce; 1946.

Lindgren, Waldemar. Tertiary Gravels of the Sierra Nevada of California (U.S.G.S. Prof. Paper No. 73). Washington, D. C., Government Printing Office; 1911.

Longwell, C. R., Knopf, A., Flint, R. F. Textbook of Geology (Vol. 1). New York, N. Y., John Wiley and Sons; 1939.

Matthes, Francois. Geologic History of the Yosemite Valley. (U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper No. 160). Washington, D. C., U. S. Government Printing Office; 1930.

Nevins, Allen. Fremont—Pathmaker of the West. New York, N. Y., Press of Pioneers; 1935.

Otheto. The Story and Sketches of Columbia. Columbia, California, Published by Otheto’s Studios; 1945.

Pegttie, Roderick, Editor. Sierra Nevada: The Range of Light. University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles; 1947

Rensch, H. E. Historic Spots in California, Valley and Sierra Counties. Stanford University, California, Stanford University Press; 1933.

Rourke, Constance. Troupers of the Gold Coast; or the Rise of Lotta Crabtree. New York, N. Y., Harcourt-Brace; 1928.

Russ, Carolyn Hale. The Log of a Forty-niner. Boston, Mass., B. J. Brimmer Co.; 1923.

Russell, C. P. One Hundred Years in Yosemite. University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles; 1947.

Stewart, George R. Bret Harte, Argonaut and Exile. Boston, Mass., Houghton-Mifflin; 1931.

Turner, Henry W. Further Contributions to the Geology of the Sierra Nevada. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C.; 1896.

Underhill, Reuben L. From Cowhides to Golden Fleece. Stanford University California, Stanford University Press; 1939.

 

 

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