5 edition of California gold rush voyages, 1848-1849 found in the catalog.
California gold rush voyages, 1848-1849
John Edwin Pomfret
Reprint of the ed. published by the Huntington Library, San Marino, Calif., in series: Huntington Library publications.
|Contributions||Ellis, Charles Henry., Stone, John N., California (Steamship)|
|LC Classifications||F865 .P67 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 246 p.|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||74000384|
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[John E Pomfret; Charles Henry Ellis; John N Stone; California (Steamship)]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pomfret, John E. (John Edwin), California gold rush voyages, three original narratives.
California gold rush voyages, three original narratives. [John E. Ellis, Charles Henry. ; Stone, John N. ; California Steamship Pomfret] on Author: Pomfret, John E. Ellis, Charles Henry. ; Stone, John N. ; California Steamship. ° "The California Gold Rush Fleet: The Abby Baker," Southern California Quarterly, 67 (Summer ) Account of the voyage from Baltimore, Maryland to San Francisco, California November 7, Jin the bark under the command of Captain Timothy Pratt until his death at sea on July 7,when he was succeeded by his.
February 6, On page of the book, California gold rush voyages, three original narratives, Captain Forbes, relieved of his duty due to illness, writes in his diary on the way to San Francisco, "I am heartily sick and tired of this life of vulgar 1848-1849 book and if the present is a sample of passengers in general bound to California, I would not command this ship for $10, a.
To California by Sea. The gold rush drew wealth-seekers from around the world. More than a third came by sea. Glittering rumors of gold for the taking spread from California around the globe beginning in Tens of thousands of people left homes and families to chase the dream of quick riches.
For most of the world, the ocean was the only. This Day in Maritime History highlights the connections between SF Maritime NHP Kenichi Horie signs the Research Center's rare copy of his book Kodoku about his solo to which few of us had ever before been subjected." (California gold rush voyages, three original narratives, p.
) Last updated: Septem Written Accounts of the Murder, Rape, and Slavery of Native Americans during the California Gold Rush, Faith of Fools: A Journal of the Klondike Gold Rush by William Shape This link opens in a new window.
This site contains passenger lists for ships and wagon trains traveling to California between and The lists are transcribed from microfilm of the New York Daily Times, the New York Herald, the New Orleans Picayune, the Panama Star, the Panama Herald, and the Boston Daily Evening Transcript.
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You can request the full-text of this book directly from the authors on ResearchGate. Request : Mark Kanazawa. First-Person Narratives of California's Early Years, to The collection covers the dramatic decades between the Gold Rush and the turn of the twentieth century.
It captures the pioneer experience; encounters between Anglo-Americans and the diverse peoples who had preceded them; the transformation of the land by mining, ranching, agriculture, and urban development; the often-turbulent.
The other Sunday was the th anniversary of the beginning of the Gold Rush -- "A date forever memorable in the annals of San Francisco," said Hubert Howe Bancroft, the father of California history. California Gold Rush Voyages, Three Original Narratives.
Edited by JOHN E. POMFRET. (San Marino, The Huntington Library, x + pp. $) The active publication program of the Huntington Library empha-sizes the character of the library's holdings and the fields of research which it particularly encourages.
In this diary was published by the Huntington Library in the volume, California Gold Rush Voyages, My new friend, George, the Englishman, was interpreter and major-domo to.
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A Doctor's Gold Rush Journey: To California by Israel Lord. A Journey To California In. Starting inthere was a huge demand for miner’s supplies —furniture, chairs, tables, provisions, and lots of booze—to be shipped around Cape Horn from the East Coast, to .So, having put on my thinking cap, I took another look at the shelf and the first book I happened to grab had the unassuming title California gold rush voyages, three original narratives.
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