Notes

Notes
1
Daily Evening Mirror (San Francisco), Sept. 6, 1860; hereinafter called Mirror.
2
Idem.
3
Idem.
4
Winifred Gregory, ed., American Newspapers, 1821-1936 (New York. 1937), p. 53.
5
National Cyclopaedia of American Biography (New York, 1897), VII, 57.
6
American Ancestry (Albany, 1888), III, 77.
8
National Cycl-(as above)
Mil- ton H. Shutes, Lincoln and California (Palo Alto, 1943), pp. 209-14
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (Boston, 1904), LVIII, 58
"The Author of the Boy Emigrants," St. Nicholas, III (June 1876), 524-25
H. C. Dick- inson, "Noah Brooks and Castine," The Lamp, XXVIII (March 1904), 117-20
Dictionary of American Biography (New York, 1929), III, 82-83
Frederick Evans, "NoahBrooks," The Lamp, XXVII (Sept. 1903), 129-32.
Los Angeles Herald
Pasadena Daily News, August 17-18, 1903.
9
Shutes, loc. cit.
Carl Sandburg's Abraham Lincoln: The War Years (New York, 1939)
J. G. Randall, Lincoln the Presi- dent (New York, 1952), III, 39
10
Robert E. Blackmon, "Castine, the Sacramento Union and Lincoln" (unpublished M.A. thesis, Univ. Calif., 1954
11
Brooks, "Wrecked at Home," St. Nicholas, I (March 1874), 264.
12
Brooks, "The Books of an Old Boy," Liber Scriptorum (New York, 1893), p. 68.
13
Winifred Gregory, ed., Union List of Serials (New York, 1943), p. 618
"Artemus Ward," in the Daily Appeal (Marysville), Dec. 19, 1860.
14
History of Dixon and Lee County (Dixon, Ill., 1880), p. 14.
15
Idem.
16
Shutes, op. cit., p. 210.
17
Brooks, "Lincoln," a letter to Century Magazine, XV (April 1878), 884-86.
Lincoln article published in Century.
18
Idem.
19
Daily Appeal (hereinafter called the Appeal), Nov. 4, 1860.
20
Paul M. Angle, ed., The Lincoln Reader (New Brunswick, 1947), pp. 220-22.
21
Brooks, "Personal Reminiscences of Lincoln," Scribner's Monthly, XV (Feb. 1878), 562.
22
Ray Allen Billington, Westward Expansion (New York, 1949), p. 617.
23
Brooks to (?) Maxwell, April 3, 1860, Illinois State Historical Library.
24
Brooks, "The Plains Across," Century Magazine, LXIII (April 1902), 811.
25
Brooks to Maxwell (as in note 23 above).
26
Brooks (as in note 24 above).
27
Ibid., p. 818.
29
Appeal, March 1, 1860.
30
Written June 5, 1860.
31
Clifford F. Weigles, "The Pioneer Press in California, 1846-1869" (unpub- lished M.A. thesis, Stanford Univ., 1937)
32
J. B. Graham, Handset Reminiscences (Salt Lake, 1915), 167.
33
Mirror, Sept. 14, 1860.
34
Ibid., Sept. 10, 1860.
36
Idem.
38
Ibid., Sept. 14, 1860.
40
Ibid., Sept. 19, 1860.
35
Ibid., Sept. 11, 1860.
37
Idem.
39
Idem.
41
Idem.
42
Idem.
2 Kings, IX, 20.
43
Appeal, Sept. 15, 1860.
44
Milton H. Shutes, "Colonel E. D. Baker," Calif. Hist. Soc., Quarterly, XVII (Dec. 1938), 311.
45
Appeal, Oct. 27, 1861.
46
Appeal, Nov. 4, 1861.
47
April 26 and July 4, 1860
George C. Gorham, editor of the Daily National Democrat, reviewed one of Brooks's poetic efforts in his paper, April 27, 1860.
48
Appeal, May 22, 1862.
49
Robert J. Cole, ed., Lincoln by Friend and Foe (New York, 1922), p. 8.
50
Ella Stirling Mighels, The Story of the Files (San Francisco, 1893), p. 79.
51
C. C. Goodwin, As I Remember Them (Salt Lake, 1913), p. 80.
52
Sacramento Daily Union (hereinafter called the Union), Feb. 22, 1864.
53
Ibid., April 12, 1864.
55
Ibid., May 31, 1864.
54
Ibid., May 19, 1864.
56
Idem.
57
Brooks, Washington in Lincoln's Time (New York, 1895), pp. 116-19
Sandburg, op. cit., II, 624-26.
58
Union, March 4, 1863.
59
John Haskell Kemble, "The Panama Route to California, 1848-1869" (un- published Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. Calif., 1938), p. 137.
60
Union, Feb. 20, 1865.
61
Ibid., June 6, 1863.
62
Russell Buchanan, "James A. McDougall, A Forgotten Senator," Calif. Hist. Soc. Quarterly, XV (Sept. 1936), 208-209
63
Buchanan, loc. cit.
64
Union, April 4, 1864.
65
Sandburg, op. cit., II, 269
Evans, op. cit., p. 129
Los Angeles Daily Times, Aug. 18, 1903
66
Brooks, "Lincoln Reminiscences," Magazine of History, IX (Feb. 1909), 107-108.
67
Brooks, "Personal Reminiscences of Lincoln," Scribner's Monthly, XV (Feb. and March 1878), 561-69 and 673-81.
68
Sandburg, op. cit., IV, 115.
69
Cole (as in note 49 above), p. 8.
70
Union, Aug. 2, 1865
Brooks, The Character and Religion of Presi- dent Lincoln, A Letter of Noah Brooks, May 10, 1865 (Champlain, 1919).
71
Union, July 27, 1865
San Francisco Daily Morning Call, Daily Evening Bulletin, and Alta Calijornia, all of July 26, 1865.
72
Diet. Am. Biog., III, 82-83
National Cycl. Am. Biog., VII, 57
Evans, op. cit., pp. 129-32.
73
Shutes, op. cit., p. 213
San Francisco Examiner, Aug. 18, 1903
Union, April 10, 1865.
74
San Francisco Bulletin, Sept. 17, 1866.
75
Victor Rosewater, History of Cooperative News-Gathering in the United States (New York, 1930), p. 147.
77
Brooks, "Mark Twain in California," Century Illustrated Monthly Maga- zine [to give it its full name at that time], LVII (Nov. 1898), 97-99.
78
De Lancy Ferguson, Mark Twain: Man and Legend (New York, 1943), p. 284.
79
Mark Twain's Autobiography (New York, 1924), I, 245.
80
Brooks, "Henry George in California," Century Magazine, LVII (Feb. 1899), 549-52.
81
Idem.
82
Idem.
83
Idem.
84
The Star, March 25, 1899.
85
John Bruce, Gaudy Century (New York, 1948), p. 146.
86
Henry George, Jr., The Life of Henry George (New York, 1900), p. 173
Anna George DeMille, Henry George, Citizen of the World (Chapel Hill, 1950), p. 47.
87
George R. Stewart, Bret Harte, Argonaut and Exile (Boston, 1931), p. 172.
88
Brooks, "Bret Harte in California," Century Magazine, LVIII (July 1899), 450.
89
Anton Roman, "The Beginnings of the Overland," Overland Monthly, XXXII n.s. (July 1898), 72.
90
Brooks, "Early Days of the Overland," ibid., p. 6.
91
Ibid., p. 5.
"The Haunted Valley," Overland Monthly, I (Sept. 1868), 254-63.
92
"Bret Harte in California" (as in note 88 above), p. 449.
93
Idem.
94
Idem.
95
Stewart, op. cit., p. 200.
96
"The Author of the Boy Emigrants" (as in note 8 above).
97
Cornelia Meigs, et al., A Critical History of Children's Literature (New York, 1953), pp. 241-42.
The Columbia Encyclopedia (New York, 1950 [2d ed.]), p.261
98
Evans, op. cit., p. 131.
100
Shutes, op. cit., p. 214
101
Pasadena Daily Times, Aug. 17, 1903.
102
Dorothy W. Morgan, Health Dept., City of Pasadena, to Robert E. Blackmon, Sept. 30, 1953.
103
Los Angeles Saturday Times and California Mirror, Aug. 22, 1903.
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