Notes

Notes
1
"The Roots of Cali- fornia Culture," sponsored by the University of California in April, 1970.
3
Historical Statistics of the United States, Colonial Times to 1957, Bureau of the Census, 1960.
4
Z. Colburn and A. L. Holley, The Permanent Way and Coal-Burning Locomo- tives (New York, 1858).
5
H. S. Tanner, A Description of the Canals and Railroads of the United States (New York, 1840).
F. A. Von Gerstner's Die Innern Communication . . . (Vienna, 1843).
6
J. H. White, American Locomotives 1830-1880 (Baltimore, 1968).
7
G. M. Best's excellent article in Western Railroader, June, 1970, pp. 3-20
8
G. H. Kneiss, Bonanza Railroads (Stanford, 1941)
9
Poor's Manual of Railroads, 1872-73, p. xxxiii.
10
G. M. Best, Iron Horses to Promontory, 13-17, 32 (San Marino, 1969).
11
Railway and Locomotive Historical Society Bulletin No. 68, p. 40 (November, 1946)
Peter Donahue in Railroad Gazette, December 18,1885, pp. 804-05.
12
Alonzo Phelps, Contemporary Biography of California's Representative Men, 1881, pp. 160-64.
13
San Francisco City Directory, 1859, p. 168.
E. H. Charlton, Railway Car Builders of the United States and Canada, 43 (Los Angeles, 1957)
14
National Car Builder, September, 1870, p. 3.
15
Railway and Locomotive Historical Society Bulletin No. 48, p. 26 (March, 1939)
Bulletin No. 65, p. 7 (October, 1944).
16
Ibid.
American Railroad Journal, April, 1888, p. 190.
17
American Railroad Journal, p. 122
18
"The Janus. . .," in Journal of Transport History, May, 1964, p. 175.
19
National Car Builder, May, 1880, p. 79.
20
G. L. Dunscomb, A Century of Southern Pacific Locomotives, n (San Marino, 1962).
21
Biographical Dictionary of Railway Officials of America, 1906, p. 641.
R. and L. H. S. Bulletin No. 48.
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