CALIFORNIA CALLED THEM; A Saga of Golden Days and Roaring Camps. Robert O'BRIEN.
CALIFORNIA CALLED THEM; A Saga of Golden Days and Roaring Camps
CALIFORNIA CALLED THEM; A Saga of Golden Days and Roaring Camps
CALIFORNIA CALLED THEM; A Saga of Golden Days and Roaring Camps

CALIFORNIA CALLED THEM; A Saga of Golden Days and Roaring Camps

New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1951. Second Printing. (xv) 251 pages. INSCRIBED by Author O'Brien in ink on the half-title, "For---Hazel W. Chambers, granddaughter of John Hamilton Still who arrived in San Francisco in September, 1849, and opened the first bookstore in the State of California / Cordially and sincerely, Robert O'Brien / San Francisco, California Feb. 14, 1955". dIllustrated dustjacket. Second Printing. Illustrated by San Francisco artist Antonio Sotomayor. Octavo. Cloth. Index. Map endpapers. The histories of mining towns Coloma, Angel's Camp, Murphys, Columbia, Truckee (and the Donner Party), Shasta, Yreka and "The Mountain" (Mount Shasta). A Fine copy in a price-clipped, edge-worn Very Good dust jacket. Always FREE SHIPPING via media mail to any United States address. Item #1348

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