[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
letter of Mrs. T. D. Judah, in Themis, December 14, 1889, hereinafter cited as "Mrs. Judah's letter."
William E. Curtis, in the Los Angeles Times, Nov. 19, 1909, hereinafter cited as "Curtis Sketch."
4
Articles of Association and Estimate of Receipts on this road, published in New York, 1853, pp. 16 (Vol. VII, No. 6, of Pamphlets on California Railroads, Bancroft Library, University of California)
Report of Committee of Board of Directors of the Sacramento Valley Railroad Company, August 7, 1855 (Vol. 4, Railroad Pamphlets, No. 3, California State Library, Sacramento, and Vol. VII, No. 8, of Pamphlets on California Railroads, Bancroft Library, University of Cali- fornia).
Bancroft, Chronicles of the Builders, Vol. VI, p. 116 et seq.
7
Report of the Chief Engineer on the Preliminary Surveys and Future Busi- ness of the Sacramento Valley Railroad, by T. D. Judah, May 30, 1854, a pamphlet of 21 pages. (No. 7, Vol. 7, California Railroad Pamphlets, Bancroft Library, University of California.)
9
Daggett, History of the Southern Pacific, page 17
10
Daily Alta California, June 5, 1854 (quoting from the Sacramento Union).
11
Sacramento Union, June 20, 1854
12
Sacramento Union, Oct. 28, 1854.
Daily Alta California, Sept. 9, 1854
13
Report of Committee of Board of Directors of the Sacramento Valley Railroad Company, August 7, 1855.
14
Sacramento Union, Oct. 28, 1854.
15
Sacramento Union, Feb. 9, 1855.
16
Daily Alta California, Feb. 17, 1855.
ibid, March 21, 1855.
17
Sacramento Union, June 6, 1855.
Sacramento Union remarking, on March 28, 1855
18
Daily Alta California, July 30, 1855
Daily Alta California, October 18 and 25, 1855
19
Sacramento Union, Jan. 1, 1856.
20
Ibid.
21
Daily Alta California, August 20, 21, and 22, 1855.
22
Sacramento Union, Jan. 1, 1856.
23
Daily California Chronicle, Jan. 17, 1856.
24
San Francisco Herald, Feb. 24, 1856 (and other contemporary journals).
25
Davis, Hon. W. J., History of Sacra- mento County, p. 119.
26
Sacramento Directory, 1857, p. 8
"Correspondence from the Interior," in the Daily Alta California, May 23, 1858
27
Davis, Hon. W. J., History of Sacramento County, Chicago, 1890
Bancroft, History of California, Vol. VII, pp. 537, et seq.
Hittell, History of California, Vol. IV, pp. 452-3.
Vol. VII, No. 9, of Pamphlets on California Railroads, Bancroft Library, University of California.
28
L. L. Robinson (March 7, 1865)
Evidence Concerning Projected Railways Across the Sierra Nevada Moun- tains from Pacific Tide Waters in California, p. 205 (Vol. IV, No. 9 of Pamphlets on California Railroads, Bancroft Library, University of California).
30
Report of the Chief Engineer upon the Preliminary Survey, Revenue and Cost of Construction of the San Francisco and Sacramento Railroad, dated at San Francisco, Feb. 1856 (32 pages and 8 page appendix). (Vol. VII, No. 11 of Pamphlets on California Railroads, Bancroft Library, University of California.)
31
Ibid. p. 31.
32
report of its Chief Engineer, W. S. Watson, dated at Oroville, July 30, 1859, in Vol. VI of Railroad Pamphlets, California State Library, Sacramento.
report of Chief Engineer of the San Francisco and Marys- ville Railroad Co., Marysville, May 10, 1860.
Nevada Pamphlet, cited supra, p. 205.
Bancroft {Chronicles of the Builders, Vol. VI, p. 121)
33
San Francisco Chronicle, March 7, 1856
35
Sacramento Union, Sept. 24, 1859.
38
Nevada Pamphlet, supra, p. 205.
39
testimony of Dr. D. W. Strong of Dutch Flat, cited infra.
40
Nevada pamphlet, supra, p. 205
discussion, infra, of Robinson's insinuations anent Judah after the latter's death.
41
Judah's Report to the Executive Committee of the Pacific Railroad Convention of 1859
Sacramento Union, July 25, 1860
45
Mr. John A. Mclntire, of Sacramento, a former associate of Newton Booth in the wholesale grocery business in that city, states in a letter to the present writer, dated May 9, 1925
46
History of California, Vol. VII, p. 542.
47
Judah's staunchest friends and supporters throughout his California career was Mr. Lauren Upson, Editor of the Sacramento Union.
49
Reports of Explorations and Surveys to ascertain the Most Practical and Economical Route for a Railroad from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean, made under the Direction of the Secretary of War in 1853-56, Washington, 1855-61, twelve volumes in thirteen.
Albright, Geo. L., Official Explorations for Pacific Railroad, University of California Press, 1921
Sabin, Edward L., Building the Pacific Railway, (1919) pp. 24-26 incl.
50
A Practical Plan for Building the Pacific Rail- road, By T. D. Judah, Civil Engineer, San Francisco, January 1, 1857.
54
Stats. 1859, p. 391.
Stats. 1859, pp. 390 and 393
"Memorial" of the Legislature to Congress, Stats. 1859, p. 395.
55
Hittell, History of California, Vol. IV, pp. 453-4
Bancroft, History of California, Vol. VII, pp. 452, et seq, also Curtis' article.
Bancroft, Chronicles of the Builders, Vol. VI, pp. 137-8.
56
Sacramento Union, Sept. 22, 1859.
Sacramento Union, Sept. 23, 1859.
57
Sacramento Union, Sept. 22, 1859.
58
Sacramento Union, Sept. 26, 1859.
59
Sacramento Union, on Sept. 24, 1859
60
Sacramento Union, Sept. 26, 1859.
63
Address to the People of the States and Territories on the Pacific, prepared by the "Committee on Address," of the 1859 Convention, San Francisco, 1859.
64
Daily Alta California, Oct. 20, 1859
65
Sacramento Union, February 7-11, 1860.
66
Report of Theodore D. Judah to the Executive Committee of the Pacific Railroad Convention, reprinted in full in the Sacramento Union, July 25, 1860.
First Annual of the Territorial Pioneers, San Francisco, 1877, pp. 30-43.
68
Report of that Commission, Vol. V, p. 2838, et seq.
ibid, p. 2959
69
Sacramento Union, September 20, 1860
70
Report of Chief Engineer of the Central Pacific Railroad Company of California, October 1, 1861.
71
Testi- mony, p. 2838.
73
Act of April 22, 1853, (Compiled Laws, 1853, p. 255).
74
Testimony, p. 2839
The Sacramento Union, November 9, 1860
75
Central Pacific Railroad Company of California, and was published in San Francisco on Nov. 1, 1860.
Strong's Testimony, p. 2960.
79
Stats. 1854, p. 82, Section 9. (Amending Sec- tion 33 of An Act for the Incorporation of Railroad Companies approved April 22, 1853.)
Statutes 1861, p. 607, Section 51.
80
Testimony of Strong, op. cit. p. 2961.
81
Goodwin, C. C, in As I Remember Them, Salt Lake City, 1913, p. 33.
Memoirs of Cornelius Cole, pp. 148-9.
84
Testimony, op. cit. p. 2841.
Cole (Memoirs, p. 148)
85
Fulton, Robert, The Epic of the Overland, p. 12.
Nevada Legislature pamphlet of 1865, supra.
87
Cole says {Memoirs, pp. 148-9)
88
his Chronicles of the Builders
89
Stats. 1861, p. 607.
90
"Schedule A", to the complaint of Samuel Brannan against the Central Pacific Railroad, et al., Vol. VIII. No. 9
92
Strong (Testimony, op. cit. p. 2843)
93
Reports of Chief Engineer of Central Pacific Railroad Company, Oct. 1, 1861, and July, 1863.
101
Strong's Testimony, op. cit., p. 2964.
102
Bancroft History of California, Vol. VII, p. 546.
103
Report of the Chief Engineer of the Central Pacific Railroad Company of California on his operations in the Atlantic States, Sept. 1, 1862, p. 3.
104
Bancroft History of California, Vol. VII, p. 547.
105
Sacramento Union for Feb- ruary 21, 1865
106
History of California, Vol. IV, p. 460.
107
pamphlet copy of this speech, Vol. II, No. 3, Railroad Pamphlets, State Library, Sacramento, or see Congressional Globe date mentioned.
108
Daggett, History of the Southern Pacific, p. 47.
109
Daggett {op. cit. p. 48)
110
Bancroft History of California and Chronicles of the Builders, and Daggett, op. cit. pp. 47-48.
111
1862 Report, p. 9.
112
Daggett, op. cit. p. 47
113
Sacramento Union, June 18, 1862
114
Hittell, History of California, Vol. IV, p. 461
116
Bancroft and Hittell, History of California
Daggett, History of the Southern Pacific
Haney A Congressional History of Railways.
117
Central Pacific Railroad Company, on Nov. 1, 1862. (Bancroft History of California, Vol. VIL, says Dec. 1.)
119
his report, that of 1862, pp. 28 and 29.
120
Act of 1864 (13 Statutes 356, 1864)
121
his report of Sept. 1, 1862, above mentioned.
122
Report of Oct. 22, 1862.
123
/M, p. 45.
124
Daggett, History of the Southern Pacific, pp. 16-17.
125
Ibid., p. 18.
126
Statement of the Central Pacific Company to the President and the Secretary of the Interior on the "Progress of the Work", dated October 10, 1865, p. 10.
127
Daggett, op. cit. p. 65
Sacramento Union, January 8 and 9, 1863, and pamphlet giving the complete program and speeches (Vol. VII, No. 18, Railroad Pamphlets, Cali- fornia State Library; also in Hopkins Collection, Library of Stanford University).
130
Bancroft Chronicles of the Builders, Vol. VI, p. 214.
131
Daggett, op. cit. p. 29, et seq.
132
San Fran- cisco the following year, entitled The Great Dutch Flat Swindle—An Address to the Board of Supervisors, Officers and People of San Francisco. This pamphlet, and the answer published by the Company, had at the time a wide circulation among all classes of the population. Stanford, in his testimony before the United States Pacific Railroad Commission, in 1887, declared that the wagon road propo- sition had looked good to take freight from the end of the rails to Virginia City, but that practically they only got about two seasons of teaming, because of the actual rapid construction of the railroad over the mountains (p. 2927).
133
Report Vol. V, p. 2965.
134
Testimony of Strong, United States Pacific Railway Committee, Reports Vol. V., p. 2966.
135
op. cit. p. 71 n. 11
136
United States Pacific Railway Reports, 1887.
137
testimony of Dr. Strong (p. 2862-3)
138
Ibid., p. 2861.
139
infra
speech before the Territorial Pioneers of California, April 13, 1875, published in the First Annual of the Territorial Pioneers, 1877.
140
Strong (Testimony, p. 2846-7)
Collis P. Huntington in Bancroft's Chronicles of the Builders
141
Burch {op. cit. p. 41)
San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin for Nov. 5, 1863
his letter to the Nevada Legislature of February, 1865
143
Sacramento Union, for Nov. 5, 1863
144
San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin, December 15, 1863
145
Evidence Concerning Projected Railways across the Sierra Nevada Moun- tains from Pacific Tide Waters in California (No. 9, Vol. IV, Pamphlets on Cali- fornia Railways, Bancroft Library, University of California)
supra.
146
Ibid, p. 9.
147
Ibid, p. 129.
148
Sacramento Union, February 21, 1865.
149
Nevada Pamphlet, p. 142 et seq.
151
Burch on Theodore D. Judah, delivered by him before the Association of Territorial Pioneers of California, April 13, 1875
supra.
152
speech on the Pacific Railroad Resolutions before the First Nevada Legislature, 1865. (Vol. IV, No. 13, California Railroad Pamphlets, Bancroft Li- brary, University of California, also Vol. I, No. 6, Central Pacific Railroad Pam- phlets, Hopkins Library, Stanford University.)
153
History of California, Vol. IV, p. 466.
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