Notes

Notes
100
Mary Atkins' Young Ladies Seminary has been said to have been established in 1852 (Mills College, Commemorating 85 Years of Distinguished Service, 1937, p. 3)
102
San Francisco's "Black Friday" of February 23, 1855.
Memoirs of General William T. Sherman by Himself (New York, 1875), pp. 108-113.
Leroy Armstrong and J. O. Denny, Financial California (San Francisco, 1916), pp. 40, 50-60.
103
Jerry MacMullen, Paddle-Wheel Days in California (Stanford University Press, 1944), pp. 12, 56, etc.
104
This Quarterly, XXIII (Dec. 1944), 366.
106
The Sacramento Guide Book (published by the Sacramento Bee, 1939), p. 81, gives the date as September 27, 1854.
107
Sherman, Fifty Years in Calif ornia (San Francisco, 1898), II, section labeled "The Founders and Builders of Masonry in California," pp. 57-60.
108
Bancroft, History of California, VI, 530.
ibid., whole of Chapter XX (pp. 529-81).
109
Carl I. Wheat, "Sketch of the Life of Theodore D. Judah," this Quarterly, IV (Sept. 1925), 221.
110
Sherman, op. cit., I, 241-42.
112
Bancroft, ibid., VI, 125, note 30.
113
Winfield J. Davis, History of Political Conventions in California, 1849-1892, Pubis, of California State Library, No. 1 (Sacramento, 1893), pp. 38, 39, 50 ff.
114
A History of California Newspapers, ed. by Douglas C. McMurtrie (New York: Plandome Press, 1927), pp. 153 ff.
116
"The Law and Order View of the San Fran- cisco Vigilance Committee of 1856" (from the correspondence of Gov. J. Neely John- son, arranged for publication by Herbert G. Florcken), this Quarterly, XV (1936), 83-86, 254-263.
117
Thomas Campbell, 1777-1844, in LochiePs Warning," line 55.
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