NOTES

NOTES
39
Stockton had grown rapidly since the time of the Mexican War and was incorpo- rated in 1850.
J. P. Bogardus, Stockton City Directory for the Year 1856, p. 19.
41
Carl J. Wheat (ed.), "California Bantam Cock," CHSQ, IX (March, 1930), 77, note 78.
ibid., pp. 64, 77, 147, 151.
46
James W. Sperry in 1856.
Francis P. Farquhar, History of the Sierra Nevada (Berkeley, Calif., 1966), p. 85.
47
Oscar Lewis, High Sierra Country (New York, 1955), p. 174.
48
Ibid., p. 84.
49
Paul A. Zahl, "Finding the Mt. Everest of All Liv- ing Things," National Geographic, 126 (1964), 10-47.
50
Farquhar, History of the Sierra Nevada, p. 84.
51
Douglas H. Strong, "The History of Sequoia National Park, 1876-1926," Southern California Quarterly, XLVIII (June, 1966) 137-167; (September, 1966) 265-288; (December, 1966) 369-399·
52
Gold Rush Country (Menlo Park, 1957), p. 31.
53
Stockton Daily Argus, September 12, 1859, p. 1.
54
Benjamin Seebohm was the English minister who accompanied Robert Lindsey on his tour of America in 1847-49.
55
John Caughey, California (Englewood Cliffs, N. J., 1940), p. 283.
56
Hans Barkan, M.D., "Cooper Medi- cal College," Stanford Medical Bulletin, XII (August, 1954), 147-184.
57
San Francisco Directory, 1859, P· 317·
58
Owen Coy, Gold Days (Los Angeles, 1929), p. 223.
59
Owen Coy, The Great Trek (Los Angeles, 1931), p. 76.
60
Earl Ramey, "The Beginnings of Marysville," CHSQ, XIV (September, 1935), 195-214.
61
CHSQ, XXV (March, 1946), 94.
62
Gold Rush Country, p. 93.
63
Delano, Across the Plains and Among the Diggings, p. 7.
64
Delano's book, pp. 139- 140.
65
Across the Plains and Among the Diggings, described in note 63, ante.
66
General Zachary Taylor, "Old Rough and Ready,"
Gold Rush Country, p. 82.
68
Edwin G. Gudde, California Place Names (Berkeley, Calif., 1949), pp. 47-48.
69
Emma T. Charles, "The Beginning of Quakerism in California," The Pacific Friend, XXI (1914), 6.
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