[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
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Evening Picayune of San Francisco said on September 6, 1850
Daily Pacific News in its October 2, 1850
Bancroft, op. cit., II, 182-84
Matthew P. Deady, "Oregon History and Progress," manuscript in the Bancroft Library, pp. 24-25.

Notes

Notes
1
Zoeth Skinner Eldredge, The Beginnings of San Francisco (San Francisco, 1912), p. 593
Frank Soulé, John H. Gihon, and James Nisbet, Annals of San Francisco (New York, 1855), p. 302
Hop- kins, Charles P. Kimball's San Francisco Directory for 1850 (San Francisco, 1850), p. 121
Hopkins' "Happy Valley,"
Eldredge, op. cit., 511-12
1'
Evening Picayune of August 12, 1850
John S. Hittell, The Commerce and Industries of the Pacific Coast (San Francisco, 1882), p. 142
Frank Morton Todd, A Romance of Insurance (San Francisco, 1929), pp. 18, 22
Soulé et al., op. cit., pp. 407, 428, 703.
2
Kimball's San Francisco Directory of 1850
Soulé et al, op. cit., p. 291.
Catherine CofHn Phillips, Portsmouth Plaza, The Cradle of San Francisco (San Francisco, 1932), p. 179
3
Soulé et al, op. cit., p. 295.
Eldredge, op. cit., p. 594
Soulé et al, op. cit., pp. 276, 341-42.
Colville's San Francisco Direc- tory (San Francisco, 1856),I (1856-57), lvi.
4
Doris Wright, "The Making of Cosmopolitan California," this Quarterly, XIX (December 1940), 323-43
XX (March 1941),65-79.
6
Mary Floyd Williams, History of the San Francisco Committee of Vigilance of 1851 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1921), pp. 211, 264 (note 37), and 269-70.
7
Colville (op. cit., p. 169)
Evening Picayune of August 9, 1850
Financial Cali- fornia (by Leroy Armstrong and J. O. Denny, San Francisco, 1916, pp. 46-47)
Hopkins here calls the officers the "Ralstons of those days"
James King of William spoke of the members of the firm as the "Uriah Heeps of San Francisco bankers."
Robert Glass Cleland, History of California, The American Period (New York, 1923), p. 299.
Bancroft, History of California (San Francisco, 1884-90), VII, 180 (esp. note 50)
8
Laura Virginia by Capt. Douglas Ottinger in March of 1850.
George Davidson, "The Discovery of Humboldt Bay," Publication (not numbered) of the Geographical Society of the Pacific, San Francisco, 1891, with a copy of Tebenkof's chart, pp. 12-16
Bancroft, op. cit., VI, 502
Owen C. Coy, The Humboldt Bay Region, 1850-1875 (Los Angeles, 1929), pp. 36-48 and note 30.
Theodore H. Hittell, on December 12, 1889
Professor George Davidson, on March 10, 1891.
William Shaler in the Lelia Byrd was there in May of 1804
Kuskof in the Kodiak in 1808
Ottinger in April 1850.
Davidson, op. cit., pp. 6, 13-14 and 16
Coy, op. cit., pp. 22-27, 31.
Bancroft, op. cit., VI, 502
Coy, op. cit., pp. 47-48.
Coy, ibid., p. 48, note 30
9
Annual Report of the Superintendent of the Coast Survey, 32nd Cong., 1st sess., S. Doc. 3, pp. 82 and 509-11
Henry R. Wagner, "George Davidson, Geographer of the Northwest Coast," this Quarterly, XI (December 1932), 300-301.
10
Pacific News, II, No. 74 (October 21, 1850)
Note 8, above
Laura Virginia in the spring of 1850.
W. W. Elliot and Company's History of Humboldt County, San Francisco, 1882, p. 97
Bancroft, op. cit., VI, 364-65, 502, 504
11
Bancroft, History of Oregon (San Francisco, 1886-88), II, 261-63.
Jesse Applegate, in "Views of Oregon" (manuscript in Bancroft Library, pp. 3-4)
12
C. W. Haskins' The Argonauts of California (New York, 1890)
page 425 of Haskins' work, under the names of passengers of the Northern, sailing February 2, 1849
Haskins, op. cit., p. 424
Socrates Scholfield's account of the expedition ("The Klamath Exploring Expedition, 1850, Settlement of the Umpqua Valley-Its Outcome," Oregon Historical Quarterly, XVII, December 1916, 341)
13
Bancroft, History of Oregon, II, 176 (footnote 5) lists "Dr. Henry Payne, of New York"
Addison C. Gibbs, "Notes on the History of Oregon" (manuscript in Bancroft Library)
S. S. Mann, "Port Orford and Coose [sic] Bay" (manuscript in Bancroft Library)
Horace J. Paine (Haskins, op. cit., p. 368)
Hopkins. Mann, loc. cit.
14
"Dr. Burdell" is mentioned by Haskins, op. cit., p. 454
Duxbury from Boston, sailing February 9, 1849.
Zoeth Skinner Eldredge, History of California (New York, [1915?]), IV, opp. p. 476
Society of California Pioneers, Records (Archives, p. 154).
Scholfield, op. cit., p. 341, calls him "Galen Burdett."
15
Ban- croft, History of Oregon, II, 193.
15'
Capt. Charles Wilkes, The United States Ex- ploring Expedition, 1838-1842, V, 232
Lewis A. McArthur, Oregon Geographic Names, Portland, Oregon Historical Soci- ety, 1944, pp. 442-43
Frederick Webb Hodge, Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico (Washington, D. C., 1907-10), II, 857-58
16
Dr. E. R. Fiske is listed in Haskins, op. cit., p. 495
Leonore from Boston, February 3, 1849.
Gibbs, op. cit., p. 2
Dr. Eugene R. Fiske. Ban- croft, op. cit., II, 176, note 5, speaks of "Dr. E. R. Fiske, of Massachusetts"
"E. R. Fisk," spelled without the final "e," is listed in Haskins on page 457.
17
"Dr. J. W. Drew, of New Hampshire" (Bancroft, loc. cit.)
Bancroft, op. cit., II, 181 (note 12).
Gibbs, op. cit., refers to him as "Dr. Joseph W. Drew."
18
Note 12
19
Hackstaff in Volume I of the Pioneer (June 1854)
Bancroft, op. cit., II, 191, footnote 36
Note 36, below, for mention of Capt. White.
Socrates Scholfield, op. cit., p. 347
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