NOTES

NOTES
1
Paul C. Phillips, The Fur Trade (2 vols.; Norman, Okla., 1961), II, 382 ff.
2
J. Evetts Haley, The XIT Ranch of Texas and the Early Days of the Llano Esta- cado (Chicago, 1929), p. 102.
3
Vincent V. Masterson, The Katy Railroad and the Last Frontier (Norman, Okla., 1952), pp. 88-90.
4
Arthur S. Lakes, Prospecting for Gold and Silver in North America (Scranton, Pa., 1896), p. 271.
5
Thomas A. Rickard, A History of American Mining (New York, 1932), pp. 392-93.
6
Thomas A. Rickard, "Salting: the Nefarious 'Art' and its Age-Old Results as Prac- tised on the Mining Fraternity," Engineering and Mining Journal, CXLII (1941), 42.
7
Mark Twain [Samuel L. Clemens], Roughing It (Hartford, Conn., 1872), p. 308.
8
Lakes, Prospecting, p. 265.
9
Rickard, History of American Mining, pp. 380-96, and especially p. 395;
Asbury Harpending, The Great Diamond Hoax and Other Stirring Events in the Life of . . . , J. H. Wilkins (ed.), (Norman, Okla., 1958),
Bruce A. Woodard, Diamonds in the Salt (Boulder, Colo., 1967),
William H. Goetzmann, Ex- ploration and Empire; The Explorer and the Scientist in the Winning of the Ameri- can West (New York, 1966), pp. 452-57.
10
Roughing It, p. 216.
11
Ibid., pp. 311-12.
Rickard, "Salting," p. 42.
12
Rickard, History of American Mining, p. 130.
13
Eliot Lord, Comstock Mining and Miners (New ed.; Berkeley, Calif., 1959), pp. 36-37-
14
Rickard, "Salting," p. 50.
15
Thomas A. Rickard, Journeys of Observation (San Francisco, 1907), p. 209.
16
Rickard, "Salting," p. 51.
17
Lakes, Prospecting, p. 267.
18
Richard B. Hughes, Pioneer Years in the Black Hills (Glendale, Calif., 1957), pp. 289-90.
19
Rickard, "Salting," p. 42.
20
Hubert Burgess, "Anecdotes of the Mines," Century Magazine, XLII (1891), 269.
21
Lakes, Prospecting, p. 266;
Rickard, "Salting," p. 43;
Hugh E. McKinstry, Mining Geology (Englewood Cliffs, N. J., 1948), p. 6j;
Robert S. Lewis, Elements of Mining, rev. by George B. Clark (3rd ed.; New York, Sydney and London, 1964), p. 358.
22
Burgess, "Anecdotes of the Mines," pp. 269-70.
23
Lewis, Elements of Mining, p. 358;
Rickard, "Salting," p. 54;
Samuel M. Fraz- ier, Secrets of the Rocks, or the Story of the Hills and Gulches: a Manual of Hints and Helps for the Prospector and Miner (Denver, Colo., 1905), p. 366.
24
Rickard, "Salting," p. 52.
25
Hughes, Pioneer Years in the Black Hills, pp. 298-99.
26
Thomas A. Rickard, Retrospect: an Autobiography (New York and London, 1937), pp. 71-72.
27
Lakes, Prospecting, pp. 270-71.
28
Alexander v. Humboldt, Political Essay on the Kingdom of New Spain (Fac- simile English ed.; New York, 1966), Bk. IV, 246-48.
29
Russell R. Elliott, Nevada's Twentieth Century Mining Boom: Tonopah, Goldfield, Ely (Reno, Nev., 1966), pp. 114-15;
Thomas A. Rickard, "Rich Ore and Its Moral Effects," Mining and Scientific Press, XCVI (June 6, 1908), 774.
30
Arthur C. Todd, The Cornish Miner in America (Truro, Cornwall, and Glen- dale, Calif., 1967), p. 56.
32
Charles H. Shinn, Mining Camps: A Study in American Frontier Government (Reissue ed.; New York, 1948), p. 29.
33
Todd, Cornish Miner in America, p. 56
35
Rickard, "Rich Ore and Its Moral Effects," p. 775.
36
Todd, Cornish Miner in America, p. 56.
37
Frank A. Crampton, Deep Enough: A Working Stiff in the Western Mine Camps (Denver, Colo., 1956), p. 62.
38
Rickard, "Rich Ore and Its Moral Effects," p. 774.
39
Humboldt, Political Essay, IV, 246-48.
40
Elliott, Nevada's Twentieth Century Mining Boom, p. 1 16.
41
Rickard, "Rich Ore and Its Moral Effects " p. 775.
42
Roughing It, p. 255.
43
[William Wright], The Big Bonanza (Reissue ed.; New York, 1964), p. 260;
44
Lord, Comstock Mining and Miners, p. 61.
45
Todd, Cornish Miner in America, p. 219.
46
Mark Sullivan, Our Times (5 vols.; New York and London, 1934), I, 158-160, 169, shows that circulating currency per capita in i860 was $13.85;
47
Crampton, Deep Enough, p. 60.
48
Elliott, Nevada's Twentieth Century Mining Boom, p. 115.
49
Crampton, Deep Enough, p. 50.
50
Elliott, Nevada's Twentieth Century Mining Boom, pp. 114-15;
Henry Curtis Morris, Desert Gold and Total Prospecting (Washington, D. C, 1955), PP-16-17.
51
Rickard, "Rich Ore and Its Moral Effects," p. 774,
52
Charles J. Dunning and Edward H. Peplow, Jr., Rock to Riches; the Story of American [Arizona] Mining (Phoenix, Ariz., 1959), pp. 62-63.
53
Morris, Desert Gold, p. 17;
Elliott, Nevada's Twentieth Century Mining Boom, pp. 116-25.
54
Rickard, "Rich Ore and Its Moral Effects," pp. 774-75-
55
Morris, Desert Gold, pp. 16-17;
Elliott, Nevada's Twentieth Century Mining Boom, pp. 115-16.
56
Crampton, Deep Enough, p. 60.
57
Rickard, "Rich Ore and Its Moral Effects," p. 774.
58
Crampton, Deep Enough, pp. 52-53.
59
Dunmng and Peplow, Rock to Riches, p. 63.
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