Endnotes

Endnotes
1
William H. Emory, Report of the United States and Mexi- can Boundary Survey, Made under the Direction of the Sec- retary of the Interior (Washington, D.C., 1857, 1859), facsimile edition with an introduction by William H. Goetzmann, 3 vols. (Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1987).
2
Warren Jenkins, The Ohio Gazetteer, and Traveler's Guide (Columbus, OH: Isaac N. Whiting, 1837).
3
A. A. Graham, compiler, History of Fairfield and Perry Counties, Ohio (Chicago: W. H. Beers & Co., 1883), Pt. 3, Ch. 2, 9.
Timothy E. Fisher, Perry County Historical Society and posted to homepages, roots web. com /~tfisher/fairfield_perry_history.htm.
4
David R. Contosta, Lancaster, Ohio, 1800-2000: Frontier Town to Edge City (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1999).
5
Ibid., 33.
6
Ibid., 58.
7
"Pat Effinger, Esq., of Miami, will address the Democ- racy of this county ...." Evening Sentinel (Rochester, Indiana), "Fulton County, Indiana, Newspaper Excerpts, 1858-1862, www.fulco.lib.in.us/Tombaugh/ Newspapers.
8
Ibid.
9
Indiana State Gazetteer Business Directory, 1882-1883, at www.rootsweb.com/~inmiami/gazeteer.html#peru.
10
Lancaster, Fairfield County, Ohio, history of 1906 cited by M. J. Jacklitsch in the U.S. Gen Web Project, www. rootsweb.com/-inmiami/query008.html.
Joyce Harvey, "The Effinger Legacy," April 1, 1992, Fairfield County District Library, Lancaster, OH.
Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic Ameri- can Engineering Record, Survey number HABS OH-41, at memory.loc.gov
"Architectural Rarities of Effinger Place to Rest in State Museum" (The Lancaster Daily Eagle, July 31, 1929), 3
Ruth Wolfley Drinkle, Heritage of Architecture and Arts: Fairfield County, Ohio, Second Edition (Lancaster, OH; Fairfield Heritage Association, 1994) 53-55 and 75-76
"A Salute to the New Fairfield County District Library," Fairfield Heritage Quarterly 2:2 (1980), 6.
11
Historic Lancaster, www.historiclancaster.com/ squarel3.html.
12
Samuel McNeil, McNeils Travels In 1849, To, Through And From The Gold Regions, In California. By Samuel McNeil, A Shoemaker is extremely rare in book form, but is available from the Library of Congress, American Memory Historical Collections for the National Digital Library at memory.loc.gov/ammem/.
13
Richard Batman, James Pattie's West: The Dream and the Reality (Norman: Uni- versity of Oklahoma Press, 1986).
14
Graham, History of Fairfield and Perry Counties, 44
15
California Historical Society, ms. 643, Folder 5, which are part of the Effinger collection at CHS, about Myers's embezzlement of Relief Fund monies.
16
U. S. Customs House in New Orleans, Louisiana Office of Tourism, "The Civil War in Louisiana, New Orleans," www.crt.state.la.us/crt/tourism/civilwar/ sitenewo.htm.
17
"Macready, William Charles." Encyclopaedia Britannica. Encyclopaedia Britannica Premium Service. 20 Apr, 2003 www.britannica.com/eb/article?eu=51063.
18
Weldon B. Durham, American Theatre Companies, 1749- 1887 (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1986), 437-439
19
Helene Wickham Koon, Gold Rush Performers: A Bio- graphical Dictionary of Actors, Singers, Dancers, Musicians, Circus Performers and Musical Players in Amer- ica's Far West, 1848-1869 (Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 1994), 26-27.
20
Koon, Gold Rush Performers, 121
Durham, Ameri- can Theatre Companies, 504.
21
Robert J. Chandler. "Weller, John Brown", www.amb .org/articles/04/04-01045.html, American National Biog- raphy Online Feb. 2000
Lewis Lesley, "The International Boundary Survey from San Diego to the Gila River, 1849-1850," California Historical Society Quarterly 9:3 (1930), 2-15
Paul W. Gates, "Carpetbaggers Join the Rush for California Land," California Historical Quar- terly 56:2 (1977), 103-104.
22
William H. Goetzmann, Army Exploration in the Ameri- can West, 1803-1863 (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1959), 163.
23
Graham, History, Part III, 169.
24
Bancroft, VI, 647, n. 9.
25
Effinger Collection, passim
John B. Goodman, "Forty-Niners' Independence Day," Journal of San Diego History 1:3 (1955) at www.sandiegohistory.org/journal/ 55july/fortyniners.htm.
26
E-mail of Alice Kern akern@nauticacom.net, October 13, 1998, "Unidentified subject!" on the Rootsweb web- site, archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/PACHESTE/ 1998-10/.
27
William Uberti, "Oliver S. Witherby: First State Dis- trict Judge of San Diego," Journal of San Diego History 24:2 (1978) at www.sandiegohistory.org/journal/ 78spring/judge.htm.
28
The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001, at www.bartleby.com/65/bu/BulwerLyEG.html.
29
John H. Kemble, The Panama Route, 1848-1869 (New York: Da Capo Press, 1972) [unabridged republication of the first edition published in Berkeley and Los Ange- les in 1943 as Volume 29 of the University of California Publications in History], 170.
30
Kemble, The Panama Route, 178 and 163.
Colin D. Campbell, ed., "Crossing the Isthmus of Panama, 1849: The Letters of Dr. Augustus Campbell," California History 78:4 (1999-2000), 232
Roderick E. McGrew, Encyclopedia of Medical History (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1985), 165-172.
31
Kemble, The Panama Route, 170-190.
32
Kemble, The Panama Route, 176-177.
33
Jo Libert, "The Telia Effinger Diaries," Fairfield Heritage Quarterly 11:1 (1989), 2-7.
34
Maritime Heritage Project, www.maritimeheritage. org/ships/ss.htmlSSOregon.
35
John Haskell Kemble, Gold Rush Steamers (San Fran- cisco: Book Club of California, 1958).
36
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, National Park Service, www.nps.gov/safr/local/ gsurvey.html
37
Goetzmann, Army Exploration in the American West, 160
Harry Hewitt, "The Mexican Boundary Survey Team: Pedro Garcia Conde in California," Western His- torical Quarterly 21:2 (1990), 171-196.
38
Douglas E. Kyle, Mildred Brooke Hoover, Hero Eugene Rensch, et al., Historic Spots in California, fourth edition (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1990), 319.
39
"California State Military Museum," www.military museum.org/CpRiley.html
James D. Hart, A Com- panion to California (New York: Oxford University Press, 1978), 354.
40
Thomas L. Scharf, "Amiel Weeks Whipple and the Boundary Survey in Southern California, Journal of San Diego History 19:3 (1973) at www.sandiegohistory.org/ journal/73summer/whipple.htm.
41
Goetzmann, Army Exploration, 158-162 and 167.
"Gray, Andrew Belcher," The Handbook of Texas Online, www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/ view/GG/fgrl9.html
42
Graham, History of Fairfield and Perry Counties, Ohio, Part III, Ch. II, 9.
44
McNeil, McNeils Travels In 1849, 35.
45
Robert J. Allison, review of White Slaves, African Mas- ters: An Anthology of American Barbary Captivity Narra- tives, edited by Paul Baepler (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999), in William and Mary Quarterly 57:2 at www.wm.edu/oieahc/WMQ/Apr00/baepler- apr2000.pdf.
46
Sufferings in Africa—Captain Riley's narrative: an authentic narrative of the loss of the American brig Commerce, wrecked on the western coast of Africa, in the month of August, 1815 by James Riley, edited with an introduction by Gordon H. Evans. (New York: Lyons Press, 2000).
47
McNeil, McNeils Travels In 1849, 27.
48
McNeil, McNeils Travels In 1849, 31-33.
49
John F. Marszalek, "Sherman, William Tecumseh"; www.anb.org/articles/05/05-00706.html
American National Biography Online Feb. 2000.
50
CHS, Ms. 643, Folder 4, Letter 27, December 24, 1849 — January 1, 1850.
Graham, History of Fairfield and Perry Counties, Ohio, Part III, 82 and 93.
51
Graham, History, Part III, 92.
Effinger letters of Janu- ary 1, 12, and 29, 1850, CHS Ms. 643.
52
H. H. Bancroft, "Pioneer Register" in History of Califor- nia, II (1801-1824) (San Francisco: A. L. Bancroft & Company, 1885), 702
Marie E. Northrop, Spanish- Mexican Families of Early California: 1769-1850, I (Burbank: Southern California Genealogical Society, 1987), 46, 49-50.
53
Northrop, Spanish-Mexican Families, 49
Hart, Companion to California, 27.
54
J. S. Holliday, Rush for Riches: Gold Fever and the Mak- ing of California (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press and the Oakland Museum of Cali- fornia, 1999), 132-135
Judson A. Grenier, "'Official- dom': California State Government, 1849-1879," California History 81:3-4 (2003), 137-142.
55
History of California, VI, 236, n. 43
Robert F. G. Spier, "Food Habits of Nineteenth-Century California Chinese," California Historical Society Quarterly 37:2 (1958), 134 and 136, n. 40.
56
William McFee, "Introduction," Richard Henry Dana, Jr., Two Years Before the Mast: A Personal Narrative of Life at Sea (New York: Heritage Press, 1947), xiv
Author's Preface," xx.
57
Letter 24, November 5, 1849, CHS ms.643.
58
Letter 30, January 29, 1850, CHS ms. 643.
59
"History of the San Francisco Fire Department" is on the website of The Virtual Museum of the City of San Francisco at www.sfmuseum.org/histl/fdhist.html.
60
Bancroft, History of California VI, 239-240.
61
Crockfords Casino, www.crockfordscasinos.com/ about_us.asp
62
Hotwired, Tom and Jerry: hotwired.wired.com/cock- tail/archive/index.html
63
Donald C. Biggs, Conquer and Colonize: Stevenson's Reg- iment and California (San Rafael: Presidio Press, 1977).
64
H. H. Bancroft, "Pioneer Register" in History of Califor- nia, II - V (San Francisco: A.L. Bancroft & Company, 1885-1886), passim
Francis D. Clark, The First Regi- ment of New York Volunteers, Commanded by Col. Jonathan D. Stevenson, in the Mexican War (New York: George S. Evans, 1882).
65
Bancroft, History of California, VI (1888), 500-503
W. N. Davis, Jr., "Research Uses of County Court Records, 1850-1879, And Incidental Intimate Glimpses of Cali- fornia Life and Society," California Historical Quarterly 52:3 (1973), 249.
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