Notes

Notes
1
Arthur P. Whitaker. "The Spanish Contribution to American Agriculture" Agricultural History, III (January, 1929), 1-14
2
"Agriculture in California" by A. Williams, Report of the Commission of Patents for the Year 1851, Part II, Agriculture, 32nd Cong., first Session., House Ex. Doc. No. 102 (Washington, 1852), 4-6.
3
James G. Bell, "A Log of the Texas-California Cattle Trail, 1854" South- western Historical Quarterly XXXVI, (July, 1932), 64.
4
Life and Letters of Bayard Taylor, ed. by Marie Hansen-Taylor and Hor- ace E. Scudder, I, 351.
Bayard Taylor, New Pictures from California, p. 8-9.
5
Harvey Rice, Letters From the Pacific Slope, pp. 79-80.
6
Philip S. Robinson, Sinners and Saints: A Tour Across the States and Around Them, p. 321.
George W. Romspert, The Western Echo, p. 367.
7
Charles Dudley Warner, On Horseback: A Tour in Virginia, North Caro- lina and Tennessee, With Notes of Travel in Mexico and California, p. 309.
8
San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin, June 24, 1858.
9
Mary E. Anderson, Scenes in the Hawaiian Islands and California, p. 224.
10
Nelson Klose, "California's Experimentation in Sericulture" Pacific Historical Review XXX (August 1961), 213-227.
1883 on, Reports of California Board of Silk Culture.
11
California Agriculture, ed. by Charles B. Hutchison, p. 41.
12
J. J. Warner, Benjamin Hayes, and Joseph P. Widney, An Historical Sketch of Los Angeles County, California, pp. 90-91.
13
Los Angeles Semi-Weekly News, March 10, 1868, and Harris Newmark, Sixty Years in Southern California, 1853-1913, p. 126.
14
San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin, March 22, 1859.
15
Ibid., March 29, 1859.
16
Pacific Rural Press (San Francisco), April 23, 1883, p. 377.
17
Pacific Rural Press, XIII (February 24, 1877), 114
The Press, XXXIII (January 8, 1887), 29
E. W. Hilgard's report is in the Press for March 12, 1887, p. 213.
University of California, College of Agricul- ture, Supplement to the Biennial Report of the Board of Regents (1887), Appen- dix III, p. 121.
N. Lamb, "American-Grown Cork" American Forests, XXVII (January, 1921), 15-16
W. Metcalf, "Cork Oak, A Forest Tree With Possibilities for California" State of California, California Agricultural Department Bulletin, XVIII (October, 1929), 539-61.
Clifton F. Schmidt, Jr., "Corkateer" American Forests, LI (May, 1945), 222-24 and 253
Giles B. Cook, "Cork Culture in the United States," Scientific American, LVIII (May, 1944), 357-64.
18
Los Angeles Star, November 14, 1868
"Pecan Trees" by T. H. Rose.
19
"Pea-Nuts in California," Hunt's Merchants' Magazine XLVIII (March, 1863), 270.
20
E. W. Hilgard, Report on the Physical and Agricultural Features of... California ... Cotton Production.
Lansford W. Hastings, The Emigrants' Guide, pp. 86, 89.
21
Bayard Taylor, Eldorado; or, Adventures in the Path of Empire, II, 345.
Robert Ham- mond, "Historical Aspects of Tobacco Culture in California," California Histori- cal Society Quarterly, XXXX (June, 1961), 97-107.
Eugene Duflot de Mofras, Exploration du Territoire de l'Oregon . . . , II, 6-7.
George W. Hendry and Margaret P. Kelly, "The Plant Content of Adobe Bricks," California Historical Society Quar- terly, IV (December, 1925), 361.
Alta California (San Fran- cisco), Steamer Edition, January 30, 1867, p. 7.
22
"Tobacco," Spirit of the Age, (Sacramento), April 4, 1856.
23
Weekly Columbian (Columbia), November 8, 1856.
California Farmer (Sacramento), September 18, 1859
24
Los Angeles Star, December 10, 1859, and August 24, 1861.
25
Sacramento Union, September 16, 1858.
ibid., June 8, 1874.
26
California Farmer, XV (March 15, 1861).
27
Hubert Howe Bancroft, History of California, VII, 34.
28
"Tobacco in California," Transactions of the State Agricultural Society of California, 1874, p. 495.
29
Bancroft, op. cit., VII, 35.
John S. Hittell, The Resources of Cali- fornia, p. 181.
30
J. P. Munro-Fraser and others, History of Santa Clara County, California, pp. 303 and 601.
"Tobacco in California," Transactions of the California State Agricultural Society, 1874, 273.
31
Ibid., 244.
32
Howard Kegley, "Tobacco Comes to California" Westways, January, 1948, p. 5.
33
San Francisco Chronicle, July 8, 1950.
Theodore H. Hittell, History of California, IV, 368.
San Francisco Evening Bulletin, October 27, 1859.
35
E. J. Wickson, One Thousand Questions in California Agriculture An- swered, p. 23.
36
Los Angeles Herald, March 17, 1877.
Pacific Rural Press, XV (May 10, 1879).
California Agriculturist, IV (January 1, 1874).
37
Pacific Rural Press, XXXV (April 14, 1888).
38
Ibid., XIII (April 7, 1877).
39
Emma H. Adams, To and Fro in Southern California, p. 113.
40
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Division of Pomology, Report on the Condition of Tropical and Semi-Tropical Fruits in the United States in 1887, p. 125.
S. E. Durst, "Bananas in California Prosperity" Pacific Rural Press, CXV (June 2, 1928), 684
41
San Francisco Evening Bulletin, January 11,1859
Los Angeles Semi-Weekly News, October 11, 1867.
42
California Farmer, XII (March 14, 1862).
ibid., August 21, 1857.
William Heath Davis, Sixty Years in California, p. 431.
43
Los Angeles Star, July 7,1870.
44
Bancroft, op. cit., VII, 36.
Thompson and West, History of Los Angeles County, p. 62.
45
"Division of Pomology" Report of the Secretary of Agriculture, 18go, p. 421.
46
California Farmer, March 12,1868.
W. C. Bartlett, "The Tropical Fruits of California" Overland Monthly I (September, 1868), 268.
47
Pacific Rural Press, XXXVI (October 20,1888).
48
Edward J. Wickson, The California Fruits and How to Grow Them, p. 405.
Ernest Braunton, "Pineapples in California" California Cultivator, LIV (June 19, 1920)
49
Joseph Weed, A View of California As It Is, pp. 113-14.
The Ramie Plant: Its Origin, Values, Advantages, Culture and Adaptability to the Soil and Climate of California, (1870). Transactions of the California State Agricultural Society During the Years i8jo and i8ji in Appendix to the Journals of Senate and Assembly of the Nineteenth Session of the Legislature_, (1872), III, 54
W. G. Klee, "Report on Fruit and Miscellaneous Cultures" in University of California College of Agriculture, Report of the Professor in Charge to the President (1883), Appendix III, 112.
Ernest Baunton in the California Cultivator, LXVI, 169
50
California Legislature, Twentieth Session, "Annual Report of the State Board of Agriculture for the Year 1872" Appendix to Journals of Senate and Assembly (1874), III, Report 3, p. 7.
51
Sacramento Daily Record, December 13,1873, p. 8.
52
Sacramento Reporter, August 16, 1870.
Bancroft, op. cit., for reference to later production, VII, 31.
53
Pacific Rural Press, XXXIV (July 23,1887), 58.
54
Ibid.,XlV (November 17,1877),p. 305.
55
Ibid., XXVI (November 17, 1883), 437-
University of California, College of Agriculture, Report of the Professor in Charge to the President (1883), Ap- pendix III, p. 103.
56
San Francisco Bulletin, January 23, 1857.
57
Emanuel Weiss, "Hints as to the Development of Our California-China Trade" Hunt's Merchants' Magazine, XLVII (December, 1862), 522-26.
58
Pacific Rural Press, III (June 22, 1872)
XIII (April 28, 1877).
59
"The Opium Poppy? Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the Year 1870, 206.
60
Ibid., 210.
61
John Brown, Jr., and James Boyd, History of San Bernardino and River- side Counties, II, 645.
62
"To Raise Opium? Pacific Rural Press, XXXVI (October 6, 1888), 285.
California Mail Bag (San Francisco), June, 1871, for "Opium Culture— A New Branch of Industry!'
Sacramento Union for February 16, 1871
63
James H. Carson, Recollections of the California Mines, p. 96.
Charles Nordhoff, "Tea Culture in the United States" Har- per's New Monthly Magazine, XIX (November, 1859), 762-70.
64
San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin, November 27, 1857.
Paul S. Taylor, "Foundations of California Rural Society" California Historical Society Quarterly XXIV (1945), 206.
"Tea Culture in California" in Appendix to Journals of Senate and Assembly of the Seventeenth Session of the Legislature of the State of California
Biennial Report of the Board of Agriculture of the State Agricultural Society for the Years 1866 and i86j, pp. 14-15
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Special Re- port Number 18, uTea Culture as a Probable American Industry]' (1879), p. 5.
65
Weekly Alta California (San Francisco) November 16, 1861
Pacific Sentinel (Santa Cruz), August 30,1856
66
D. J. Browne, "Report on Seeds and Cuttings Recendy Obtained by the Patent Office" in Report of the Commissioner of Patents for the Year 1855, 34th Cong., First Session, Ex. Doc. 20. U.S. Senate, p. xliii.
"Can the Tea Plant Be Cultivated in California?" California Agri- culturist, V (July 1,1874), 150.
67
T. A. Kendo, Treatise on Silk and Tea Culture and Other Asiatic Indus- tries Adapted to the Soil and Climate of California, 63.
68
Ibid., 6s.
69
J. R. Dodge, ed., "Report of the Editor: Tea Culture in the United States!' Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the Year i86p, p. 235.
70
Los Angeles Star, May 7,1870.
71
Ibid., July 10,1869.
72
Pacific Rural Press, XV (February 15,1879).
73
P. Sioli, comp., Historical Souvenir of El Dorado County, California, p. 112.
A. Carr, Illustrated Hand-Book of California, p. 58
74
Mary Cone, Two Years in California, pp. 171-72
James M. Guinn, "Some Early California Industries That Failed" Publications of the Historical Society of Southern California VII (1906), 8.
75
"Tea" Country Gentleman, XXII (September 3, 1863), 161.
76
C. A. Menefee, Historical and Descriptive Sketch Book of Napa, Sonoma, Lake and Mendocino, p. 198
Isaac Collins, "Experience With Tea Plants" California Horticulturist, X (January, 1880), 7-8.
77
Collins, op. cit., 8.
"Sam Brannan's Farm" Sacramento Union, May 21, 1872.
78
Joseph M. Walsh, Tea: Its History and Mystery, p. 261.
79
Pacific Rural Press, XX (October 30,1880).
80
"The Tea Fever',' Pacific Rural Press, XIV (October 13, 1877), 233.
81
"Cultivation of the Coffee Plant? Overland Monthly XIII (October, 1874), 323-29.
82
"California Coffee?" Pacific Rural Press, XIII (February 3, 1877), 73.
"Report of Superintendent of Gardens and Grounds? Report of the Com- missioner of Agriculture for 1887,675.
83
Pacific Rural Press, XIV (September 1,1877), 136
XIV (December 1, !877)i 337-
84
Ibid., XIV (December 29,1877), 402.
85
"Cultivation of the Coffee Plant? op. cit., 329.
Pacific Sentinel (Santa Cruz), December 27,1856.
86
Charles H. Shinn, "Coffee Again? Pacific Rural Press, XIII (June 9,1877), 355.
87
"Coffee Growing? Pacific Rural Press, XIII (May 5, 1877), p. 280.
88
Cone, op. cit., 171-172.
89
Pacific Rural Press, XV (March 22,1879), p. 200.
90
California Horticulturist, VIII (April, 1878), 115.
91
Weekly Alta California (San Francisco), January 26, 1861.
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