GOLD SPRING DIARY AND INCLUDING A BRIEF HISTORY OF STEPHEN SPENCER HILL FUGITIVE FROM LABOR
JOLLY, John; DE FERRARI, Carlo M. (Editor)
Sonora, California Tuolumne County Historical Society 1966 160 pages. First Edition, stated. Illustrated including from a photograph of John Jolly. Index. Reference notes. Edition limited to 500 copies. Cloth. 4 1/2" x 6". Foreword by Editor Carlo M. DeFerrari. The diary of English argonaut John Jolly for 1854-1855, regarding mining operations at Gold Hill, near Columbia, Tuolumne County, California. Included is the story of ex-slave Stephen Spencer Hill, and the efforts to take him back into sourthern slavery from a sucessful gold rush career in Tuolumne County. A Near Fine (Prior owner's sticker at front pastedown; shadow line on front cover), now in a custom clear 4mil mylar protective jacket. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING via media mail to any United States address.
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Book Id: 1785