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Lot-Joseph G Eastland-Fatal Accident News
Item #: NEW-0016005

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This lot consists of a letter from J M Mayson to Edward Hicks regarding a recent accident that Hick's friend had suffered.  The lot consists of the letter, dated April 9, 1875, along with the cover which has a San Francisco cancel and a fancy cancel.  (Pencil markings that have been partially erased). Finally, there is the newspaper clipping which describes the accident.  Joseph Eastland kept a diary of his experiences as a gold miner and Hicks was a famous Nashville pioneer who had briefly gone to the gold rush. 

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Nuggets form Chalk Creek-Lacy Humbeutel-Signed
Item #: NEW-0014917

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Ninety six pages of information with great illustrations regarding Chalk Creek Gulch in Colorado.  Soft bound booklet published in 1975.  Has a guide for passengers on Stage Coaches from 1870, which is a hoot. 

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Deadwood Dakota Territory-Merchants Hotel-1880's Letters
Item #: NEW-0013227

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There are three letters in this lot, one written by E G Hayes to his wife at the Merchants Hotel in St. Paul Minnesota. and the other two from the Merchant's Hotel in Deadwood, D T.  The graphic letter sheets showing the hotel was the letter addressed to the wife and is seven pages long.  The advertising cover is from the Hotel in Deadwood.  The cancel is indistinct but presumably from Deadwood. The content of all three letters (four pages) is regarding the struggles of E G Hayes to bring his ill son home.  He was a soldier at Fort Meade.  He was able to do some sight seeing while attempting to go to Fort Meade.  ""visiting the large gold quartz mills here to day.  Some of them the largest in the world and gold quartz in the hills here to? twenty five such mills running for one hundred years.  There is now thirteen mills running five new ones building within four miles of Deadwood, turning out from 25 ? $125.00 per month for each mill.  The Terry Mills pays profit from all expenses of $75.00 per month."

His travel plans involved taking a stage to Bismark and then from there on a stage to Fort Meade (a distance of 280 miles by stage according to Hayes) .  "I found Joseph in the hospital helpless by permission from the Dakota Department I will undertake to move him from Fort Meade to Fort Lincoln 280 miles by stage and if possible will get permission to bring him home from Fort Lincoln if he can stand the ride though General Sturgis promised to detail assistance in getting him through if I can engage a stage for the purpose to Lincoln"..." I don't know if he can stand it or not as his case is a bad one and no hopes for him here as is the opinion of Dr. Wilson Post Surgeon of Fort Meade..."

"Fort Meade is beautifully  located at the foot of the black hills near Bane Butte (?) pyramid.  Deadwood is located in the mountains and very romantic but full of people and teams."   

The fate of Joseph Hayes is unknown to me.E.G. Hayes was the President of the  Lawrenceburg Indiana National Bank.

I have not shown a scan of the third letter which is on the same advertising lettersheet from Deadwood.  There is only one cover in the lot.
 

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Mercer's Banditti of the Plains-N Orwin Rush
Item #: NEW-0012775

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Soft bound booklet printed in 1961 by the Florida State University Library.  Signed by the author. The original printing of this book was in 1894. Good condition.  I could find only one example on the web that was available at the time of this listing and it was priced over double this price.  The book covers the Cattlemen's invasion of Wyoming in 1892.

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T C Power-Ft Benton Montana Territory
Item #: NEW-0012134

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Fantastic graphic of a train on this early invoice from Montana Territory.  Fort Benton is considered the beginning of Montana and was established as a fur trading center in 1847.  It flourished with the heavy steamboat traffic but declined with the advent of the railroad. It is on the Historic Register. Indian territory.

1875 graphic shipping ordedr

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The Donner Party Chronicles-Mullen-First Edition
Item #: NEW-0012105

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Publisher: Nevada Humanities Committee, Reno, NV, U.S.A., 1997
Signed by writer, Frank Mullen Jr. 379 pages. Extensive two-tone illustrations and photographs. "From a newspaper series published in the Reno Gazette-Journal commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Donner Party's walk across the continent and entrapment in the Sierra." Includes full-color photographs of the Donner Trail today, as well as notes, a bibliography, a subject index and an index of the people in the Donner Party. Damaged dust cover with several tears.  Front is bumped at the bottom edge.  Cheapest offering on the web at the time of the listing.


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A History of Carbon County (Utah)-Ronald G Watt
Item #: NEW-0011989

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Signed by the author on the title page.  Published in 1997 by the Utah State Historical Society.  417 pages including index.  Illustrations.  Very nice copy.

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Old Greenwood-The Story of Caleb Greenwood-Trapper-Early Pioneer of the West
Item #: NEW-0011988

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Author Charles Kelly-publisher Jack Bacon & Co-Reno Nevada-2005.   The fascinating history of Caleb Greenwood who led emigrants to California through hostile Indian territory. This is a reprint of the 1965 book.  There is a clear sticker on the first page stating that the book was in honor of someone's retirement.

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Staking a Claim in History-Homestake Mining Company-Gold Rush
Item #: NEW-0011987

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Publisher: Homestake Mining Company
Homestake Mining Company. First edition, 2001. Hardback. Very good. In a good dust wrapper with minor wear.A history of Homestake Mining Company. First edition.  215 pages with many illustrations.  


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Flanigan-Anatomy of a Railroad Ghost Town-Eric N Moody
Item #: NEW-0011986

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Soft bound booklet in typewriter form, published in 1985.  121 pages with Index.  Good condition. Previous owner's name in red.  Nevada

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History of Nevada-Deluxe Reprint
Item #: NEW-0011985

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1958 edition of this important work in 1881 by Thompson and West. 680 pages with numerous illustrations.  See scans to view the long crease in the spine.  Back board is curved inward giving the book as little lopsided.   Lowest price on the web at the time of this listing. 

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Early History of Hopkins County Texas-E B Fleming
Item #: NEW-0010946

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Soft bound book by E B Fleming, originally published in 1902.  This is obviously a reprint.  183 pages containing brief sketches of the families who pioneered in Hopkins County.  A few pages are dog eared, otherwise in good condition.

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Joseph G Eastland-1856 Letter-San Francisco- Gold Rush
Item #: NEW-0010745

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Four page letter dated May 4th, 1856 by Joseph G Eastland written from San Francisco.  There is the cover but too worn to be of interest to collectors of postal history. Here is the transcript, deleting most of the personal content.

"Your very welcome letter of 2nd March, came to hand a couple of days since, having passed through the riot at Panama unharmed (a riot which caused the death and wounding of several Americans awaiting the departure of steamers headed for California), which riot exceeds even the one which took place at Charge on your trip homeward.  That a ship load (and that’s a good many, you know by experience) of Americans should be so overpowered by a lot of greasers, I can’t understand, their only excuse being a lack of Colt persuaders, which is not sufficient for with sticks and stones, they ought to have "cleaned out” the whole ? Population.  Some of our shoulder strikers and fighting men are making arrangements to go down on this steamer and put things to rights  German Charles (Dutch Charley) it is said will be their leader, and he, being known as the "Cock Bird of the Pacific," will by his crowing from the walls of Panama, strike more terror to the souls of the inhabitants thereof, than a similar sound awakened the ? Peter.”

Note: Dutch Charley was the chief henchman for David Broderick, the most powerful politician in early San Francisco).

Letter continues- "From the Gazette (Nashville paper) I see that the fire of the KN party (Know Nothing Party) still burns brightly in your section, while in most other places, it has faded away, leaving the field to the old line democracy and the Black Republicans; the same is the case here, the latter absorbing many of the leading members of the lately K N party…The delegates to the Cincinnati convention from this state, have been instructed to go for Buchanan and I suppose that he will be the Candidate and therefore the next President, provided the American party dos not throw the balance of power into the hands of the Black Republicans, in which case some nigger worshiper will be elected by the house. Heaven forbid!”

"The miners are prospering and a beautiful harvests expected, so though our merchants do not get rich so fast as they used to do, still our state may be said to be advancing every way in this city too, though not increasing much as improving in morals, character of its buildings, etc.  Our company is not erecting a very handsome office building, into which I will remove in a few weeks.  It will be an ornament to "Happy Valley”, by which name our end of the town is still called.  I see by the papers that there is some talk of another bridge over out beautiful Cumberland (Nashville); here too, there is some talk of making a real ‘bridge of size’.  Just think of it! From one side of the bay to the other! What other part of the world could produce such an enormous and absurd idea?  The more practical enterprise of a Wagon Road across the plains, has also drawn a large share of public interest, and the last partook a monster petition, got up in book for, (gilt edged)…to Congress asking its aid thereto.  As the forerunner to the long talked of railroad, I hope to see it made although I fear the grass will be growing on our graves, before the whistle of the Locomotive will awaken the echoes that slumbers around the Rocky Mountains.”    


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John G Eastland-San Francisco-1858 Letter- Gold Rush Content
Item #: NEW-0010719

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Four page letter on blue rag paper written on the letterhead of the Office of the San Francisco Gas Company, dated June 20, 1858.  It has a very worn cover but the cancel has been ripped off.  Here is the content which was written to Edward Hicks in Nashville Tennessee.  I have deleted the personal content.

We are in the midst of an excitement greater than ever prevailed throughout the State, generally caused by the reports which we have received of rich mines of gold on Frazier River, away up north in the Hudson Bay Company's territory-it empties into Puget Sound.  Steamers are leaving every few days crowded with passengers, and miners are deserting their claims in all parts of the State and flocking down here on their way to the "new diggings".  Some ten thousand have gone already and during the summer twenty thousand more will go I think.  In my opinion the accounts received do not warrant such a stampede, and I expect the end of it will be a great deal of disappointments, together of course with a good deal of gold.  You may depend upon it, our California miners will give the country a thorough prospecting before they leave it.  For a while this State will be much injured by so great a quantity of its bone and sinew leaving, and our exports of gold will doubtless be small for a few months, but gradually the mines will fill up again, and I expect we will have a large immigration from both the Atlantic States and Europe.

I think you display a great deal of hard sense in settling down as you are, making a home of your own, and leaving the excitements, dangers, and disappointments of a roving life to others.  Happiness is not measured by wealth, and with a few thousand dollars, you can live in or near Nashville, than you could here with a fortune..

Note:" Joseph B Eastland accompanied his father Thomas B Eastland to the gold rush and his memoirs were printed in the California Historical Society Quarterly 18, no 2 June l939) which was titled "To California Through Texas and Mexico, The Diary and Letters of Thomas B Eastland and Joseph G Eastland, His Son."

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Joseph G Eastland-Gold Rush Letter-Great Content
Item #: NEW-0010715

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Three and a half page letter written on rag paper with original cover, though with part of it torn off.  The letter was written by Joseph G Eastland from San Francisco on July 4th 1856. I have transcribed the letter minus the personal content.

I found San Francisco changed in some respects for the worse--that is it has lost many of the personalities of a California town, and is in fact becoming settled down like one of the towns in the old States-although of course, it will be long before it becomes entirely so-In other respects, it is improving, the populations is becoming more permanent, families are increasing, public gambling has been abolished, and the standard of public morality heightened.  The same remarks may be applied in a big degree to the state at large.  The mining interest is said to be quite prosperous! And the operations are being carried on systematically, and specifically-The quartz mines are paying also, and did fair to become one of the largest sources of revenue in the state-Of these things however, I only speak from common reports, and conversations had with persons who have largely returned from the mines, not having been farther up than Sacramento since my return.  That city has improved much, and being the terminus of the Sacramento Valley railroad, will doubtless continue to do so--the road is now in operation for some, to miners and will probably be continued quite rapidly.    

News of Nashvillians in California....

It is more than probable that the present legislature will adjourn without electing a N K (Know Nothing) Senator-Ex Governor Foote has seconded the nomination my NK caucus, but the Senate refuses to go into convention, and so, it is though no election will be held--This will not be the fault of the Democrats, but of some Northern N K's who are opposed to the election of a Southerner.

Closes with more personal news.  No separations or tears in the letter but the cover is quite worn in the front and back. " Joseph B Eastland accompanied his father Thomas B Eastland to the gold rush and his memoirs were printed in the California Historical Society Quarterly 18, no 2 June l939) which was titled "To California Through Texas and Mexico, The Diary and Letters of Thomas B Eastland and Joseph G Eastland, His Son."

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The Squaw Man-Julie Opp Faversham
Item #: NEW-009843

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This book was published in 1906.  I bought it just for the pictorial cover.  The biggest condition problem is a disruption in the end papers-actual tears in several areas.  One page has a serious tear, with a large portion missing.  Think of it this as a display piece.

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The Prospector-Ralph Conner-Decorative Cover
Item #: NEW-009842

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This book was published in 1904 by Fleming H Revell Company. It's in better than average condition with normal wear. Color on the first scan is more characteristic of the color.  Gold rush

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Salesman's Sample-Story of the Wild West
Item #: NEW-008332

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Complete sample book for Buffalo Bill's book about Daniel Boone and Kit Carson, as well as his own exploits, W F Cody, otherwise known as Buffalo Bill. This is the 1888 edition. As with most sample books it does not include the full text, however the color lithograph illustration of "Buffalo Bill to the Rescue" is present. The boards are leather but the spine is missing. The loose binding as a result has all of the pages up to the title page have separated from the rest of the book and of course front and back boards are detached. The inside spine example has some wear as can be seen the scan. The fancier version at the back that the buyer could select is in remarkable condition. This includes the pictorial leather cover and spine. The prospectus is partially discolored and pasted to the inside. The order blanks are in the back, but not filled in. The interior pages are stained with wear from being handled multiple times by potential buyers.

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Black Elk Speaks-John G Neihardt
Item #: NEW-008321

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Softbound booklet, reprint 1961 Edition. This is the Life Story of a Holy Man of the Oglala Siox.

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Al Packer-A Colorado Cannibal-Mazzula
Item #: NEW-008318

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Softbound booklet by Fred and Jo Mazzulla published in 1968. Relates the alarming story of Al Packer , a Colorado prospector who was alleged to have killed five of his fellow prospectors and lived off their flesh. Fifty pages, filled with illustrations. Signed by the two authors, Fred and Jo Mazzulla and the wry inscription,"Bon appetit."

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War Chief Joseph-Helen Addison Howard
Item #: NEW-008287

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Soft bound reprint in good condition. 1865

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Jim Beckwouth-Negro Mountain Man-Felton
Item #: NEW-008286

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Softbound book by Harold Felton printed in 1966 by Dodd Mead & Company, N Y. Good condition

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Fighting Indians! A F Mulford-1970 Reprint
Item #: NEW-008189

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Nice condition on the facsimile copy printed in 1970 the Old Army Press. Soft bound book with 155 pages. This is the first reprint of the book printed by Mulford in 1879. Mulford covers "the fighting Indians" in Custer's Seventh United States Calvary.

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Plains Indians-ColinTaylor-First Edition
Item #: NEW-008181

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Important work on the Plains Indians: A Cultural and Historical View of the North American Plains Tribes of the Pre-Reservation Period. Only condition problem is an inked note by the first owner and an old price in red ink. There is also a stamp on the title page which names the owner, Donated in Memory of. Crescent Books 1994.

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1864 Letter-Indian Offered His Squaw For Silver
Item #: NEW-007635

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Interesting chatty letter from Maria S Wright from New York City to a friend. Letter is dated Jun 26th 1864. Four page legible letter. Light stain at top of first page with a small tear. Heavy stain on the back page as can be seen in the scan. Letter is an interesting glimpse into our Western past. Letter begins with family news and then proceeds. "Brother Willie has just returned from a delightful trip to the West. He has been as far as Columbus, Nebraska, and North to Green Bay and Lake Superior. He is quite in the notion of buying Western land, thinks it would be such a good investment, and believes it very probable that Columbus will one day be the Capital of the United States. He tells me he saw the Indian women employed chopping wood for the Pacific Rail road, the men are so idle they will not work. Stopping at one of the stations, they were visited by some Indians, one of Willies friends gave a small piece of silver to one of the men, who immediately offered him his squaw in return. Was he not a devoted husband? The rest of the letter consists of family news of what is obviously a very prosperous family

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Joseph G Eastland-1857 Gold Rush Lt-Steamer Cancel
Item #: NEW-006542

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Three and a half pages (front to back) from Joseph G. Eastland, (his history follows) San Francisco, November 30, 1857 complete with cover which is worn and dingy. Cancel reads San Francisco December 10, number 5. Written at the top is written Pr "Golden Gate", which was a steamer that carried the mail. Written to Edward Hicks, Nashville Tennessee, a Tennessean who had been a Forty Niner. "Your letter from Chagres reached me safely, giving me the satisfaction of knowing that your journey, with the exceptions of the "shakes" on the "Columbus", and the mud on the Isthmus, had so far been a pleasant and expedition over. I hope it so continued, until you had passed a pleasant stay in New Orleans, and went booming up the river on some fine steamer, you jumped ashore on the rocky wharf of our beloved "City of Rocks" (Nashville). Much would I have liked to have been with you, but Fate rules otherwise and I must content myself with a while longer stay in California, with a lively hope of "the good time coming"-- Things in this country go on, about as when you left. San Francisco is still improving very rapidly, Brick houses becoming almost as plenty as tents used to be, the flats in front of the city still being filled up, the wooden streets, which were almost burnt up by the great fires, are being repaired, the sand Hills in our part of town, (Happy Valley) are being leveled, and in fact everything betokens that should, the mines continue as productive as they are, this will in time be on of the great cities of the earth. The miners are yielding about as when you left-though within a week or two there have been new discoveries made of very rich localities, one of them, Bear Valley in Mariposa County, is said to be rich beyond precedent-the gold being found at a depth of about 12 feet interspersed through a stratum of clayish soil, similar to the "coyote" diggings about Nevada City. New discoveries of quartz heads (?) have also been made-both the North and South, all going to show the inexhaustibility of the mines for years to come. So Ed, should you ever become tired of the sameness of home-life, and bend your steps hither, no fear but that you will find diggings enough where you can "stake out" a "clam" and again take up "de shubbel and de hoe" The rainy season has not yet commended in good rains, though since I have been writing, there has been a fine shower, but now the sun is shining brightly upon the re freshened earth–there are many in the mines who are waiting anxiously for the rain, being unable to do anything until it comes, which I hope may be soon, and that may not be disappointed as they were last winter... . The two fine theaters here are in full blast and really present very creditable performances-for which they are well repaid by the "play-goers," ( a large class in this city) The gambling saloons are consequently less resorted to than of yore, and as large a crowd collects to a man is a fifty dollar "slug", as these used to would to witness a bearded miner, "pongale down" his greasy bag containing a couple of thousands.-- Col. Crussman, of Clarksville died here about three weeks ago and was followed to the grave by about twenty of us, principally from old Tennessee–he was an estimable gentleman, liked by all who know him. (his history follows) Rest is personal news Two of the individuals named in this letter, which is quite legible, are named in a book by Walter T Durham, "Volunteer Forty-Niners: Tennesseans and the California Gold Rush." Joseph B Eastland accompanied his father Thomas B Eastland to the gold rush and his memoirs were printed in the California Historical Society Quarterly 18, no 2 June l939) which was titled "To California Through Texas and Mexico, The Diary and Letters of Thomas B Eastland and Joseph G Eastland, His Son." Eas

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Joseph G Eastland-1852 Letter-Cover-Gold Rush-Ca
Item #: NEW-005900

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Four page letterhead from Donahue's Union Iron an Brass Foundry in Happy Valley, San Francisco. Letter dated August 14, 1852. Nice cover with 10 cent due stamp. Letter is to Edward Hicks and is from James G Eastland. Here is some of the more interesting content. "The immigration across the plains is now pouring in, and with that around the Horn and across the Isthmus, is adding thousands to the population of the state, and of course to its wealth-but I am afraid that for the majority of them disappointments, will be the greater part of their mornings, until they make up their minds to be content with small things in the way of money making--A great portion of the mining population for some months past have been engaged in damming and sluicing preparatory to working the beds of the streams, and as yet have not commenced earning anything, owing to the waters having continued high later than usual --this kind of mining you know is even more of a lottery than any others, and what the results will be, is not as yet known, however, no doubt but a great amount of gold will be taken out, and many a bearded "mininger" will make a "pile" sufficient to cause him to rejoin his family in the states-many of them to return again for life, as there seems to be such an attraction about this country, that those who are most loud in their vows never to set foot upon its soil again, are often back again in less than six months after leaving. This city is going ahead beyond precedent, real substantial improvements they are too, that will defy conflagrations. The Chinese still continue to arrive and the feelings towards them is much better, than it was some months ago, for my part I am decidedly "down" on them and dislike to see our mines made the common property of the whole world. I'm something of a Native American any how." Discussion of see a performance of William Booth and a pageant in honor of Eastland was a chronicler of the gold rush and kept a diary of his own experiences.

" Joseph B Eastland accompanied his father Thomas B Eastland to the gold rush and his memoirs were printed in the California Historical Society Quarterly 18, no 2 June l939) which was titled "To California Through Texas and Mexico, The Diary and Letters of Thomas B Eastland and Joseph G Eastland, His Son."

  Postal history San Francisco

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F P White's Saloon Hall-Dos Cabezos AZ
Item #: NEW-004667

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Great item from the wild west, letterhead for F P White's Saloon and Billiard Hall in Dos Cabezos Arizona, dated August 27, 1895. Folds, with an inch tear at one of the folds. Crease and wear to the edges. Dos Cabezos Arizona is now a ghost town, It was formerly the home of "Big Nose Kate," who was the girl friend of Doc Holliday. Letter is signed by White and addressed to the Wells brother in Coffeyville Kansas, famous for a bank robbery by the Dalton gang which ended in their deaths.

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Southern Utes-A Tribal History
Item #: NEW-003817

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Second edition printed in 1973 of this book by Jefferson, Delaney and Thompson and edited by Floyd O'Neil. Very nice condition.

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Gambling Scene Post Card
Item #: AME-002636

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This unused card reads on the back side, "A Crap Game in the West." Some wear to the corners and some flaking off of the image on th edge.

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Gold Rush Related Sheet Music-1849
Item #: AME-001536

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Title of this sheet is El Dorado or Gold Digger's Quick Step, composed by "A Miner". Published in Boston in 1849. Blank cover sheet and the music is actually on the inside. Nice condition.

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Macon Daily Telegraph and Confederate Newspaper

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