[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Wells Fargo Bank History Department; King, January 31, 1862,
James T. Fields, quoted in Gary Scharnhorst, ed., Bret Ham's California (Albuquerque, 1990), p. 2.
San Francisco Evening Bulletin, May 4, 5, 1864;
Sacramento Bee, May 6, 1864;
Sacramento Union, May 7, 1864;
Marysville California Express, May 9, 1864.
Richard H. Peterson's "Junípero Serra and Thomas Starr King: Cal- ifornia's Statuary Monuments in Washington, D.C.," Southern California Quarterly, 75 (Spring 1993): 65-84,
Edwin F. Whipple col- lected King's sermons and lectures (Boston, 1877 and 1879),
Henry W. Bellows, "In Memory of Thomas Starr King" (San Francisco, 1864);
Robert B. Swain, "Address before the First Uni- tarian Society of San Francisco" (San Francisco, 1 864);
Richard Frothingham, A Tribute to Thomas Starr King (Boston, 1865);
Charles W. Wendte, Thomas Starr King: Patriot and Preacher (Boston, 1921);
John A. Hussey, A Vacation Among the Sierras (San Francisco, 1962);
Kevin Starr, Americans and the California Dream (New York, 1973);
Robert A. Monzingo's Thomas Starr King: Eminent Californian, Civil War Statesman, Unitarian Minister (Pacific Grove, 1991).
2
Emerson, Concord, November 7, 1862
Orville Dewey, June 3, 1861;
Oliver Wendell Holmes, April 13, 1862;
Albert Bierstadt, November 27, 1863;
Wendell Phillips, January 16 [?], 1864,
Jeffrey D. Groves, "Ticknor-and-Fields-ism of all Kinds': Thomas Starr King, Literary Promotion, and Canon Formation," The 'New England Quarterly, 68 (June 1995): 206-22;
"Hakatone" Ithe Reverend John A. Anderson!, New York, Sunday, March 13, 1864, in Bulletin, April 13, 1864;
John H. Morison, Dying for Our Country: A Sermon on the Death of Capt. ]. Sewall Reed [of the California Hundred] and Rev. Thomas Starr King: preached in the First Congregational Church in Milton, [MA], March 13, 1864, (Boston, 1864), pp. 15-16;
Joseph Pratt Allyn, San Francisco, March 10, 1866, in Hartford ICT] Evening Press, June 22, 1866, in John Nicolson and David K. Strate, eds., By Horse, Stage & Packet: The Far West Letters of Joseph Pratt Allyn (San Francisco, 1988), p. 30;
John Erastus Lester, The Atlantic to the Pacific (Boston, 1873), pp. 92-93.
3
Frederick Law Olmsted, Bear Valley, April 28, 1864, to Henry W. Bellows, and see Bear Valley, October 20, 1864, to John Wheeler Harding, in Victoria Post Ranney, et al, eds., The Worlds of Frederick Law Olmsted, Vol. 5, The California Frontier (Baltimore, 1990), pp. 227, 264;
Emma Libby, San Francisco, June 19, 1864, to David Libby, in Robert J. Chandler, "A Slice of Civil War San Francisco Life," The Californians, 7 (Janu- ary/February 1989): 20;
Allyn, By Horse..., p. 30.
4
Christian Register. George Willis Cooke, Unitarianism in America (Boston, 1910), p. 361.
Democrat Oscar T. Schuck, Representative and Leading Men of the Pacific (1870);
Republican Hubert H. Bancroft, History of California, Vol. 7 (1890); Elijah R. Kennedy, The Contest of California in 1861 (1912);
William D. Simonds, Starr King in California (1917); Milton H. Shutes, Lincoln and California (1943);
Arnold C. Crompton, Apostle of Liberty: Starr King in California (1950)
6
King, Christianity and Humanity: A Series of Sermons, ed. Edwin P. Whipple (Boston, 1877), p. 230.
7
King,Junel2, 1854,
8
King, June 5, 1851,
9
King, April 12, 1852,
10
King, Words at Parting: A Sermon Preached in Hollis Street Church (Boston, 1860), p. 5;
Henry E. Jewett, Israel Epson Dwinell (Oakland, 1892), p. 57.
11
King, March 6, 1854, April 8, 1855, to ryed
12
King, June 12, 1854,
Wendte, King, pp. 44-45;
Pennsylvania Freeman, June 22, 1854.
13
Frederick Douglass Paper, January 6, 1854;
Julia Griffiths, ed., Autographs for Freedom (New York, 1854), p. 174.
14
Wendte, King, pp. 47-48;
King, Christianity, pp. 232, 240-241.
15
Thomas Wentworth Higginson Collection, John Brown Letters, p. 105,
16
King, Hollis Street, p. 8;
Wendte, King, pp. 69-71;
Bulletin, April 26, 28, 1861;
National Antislavery Standard, January 21, 1860.
17
King, "Journal," in Wendte, King pp. 69-71;
"K"[ing], Steamer Sonora, April 19, 1860, in Boston Transcript, May 28, 1860;
King, March 28, 1854,
18
Blakeslee, July 12, 1854,
19
Stockton Weekly Independent, June 21, 1862;
Sacramento Union, June 14, 16, 1858.
Rudolph M. Lapp, Archy Lee: A California Fugitive Slave Case (San Francisco, 1 969).
20
Marysville Appeal, June 16, 1860;
Carroll Douglas Hall, The Terry-Broderick Duel (San Francisco, 1939), p.6.
21
OscarT. Schuck, ed., Eloquence of the Far West: Masterpieces ofE.D. Baker (San Francisco, 1899), p. 74;
Marysville Appeal, June 5, 16, 1860.
Rudolph M. Lapp, Blacks in Gold Rush California (New Haven, 1977; reprinted 1997)
Afro-Americans in California (San Francisco, 1979; revised edition, 1987).
22
Bulletin, April 30, 1860;
Wendte, King, p. 86;
Monzingo, King, p. 13.
23
King, May 20, October 29, 1850,
24
King, October 31, 1862, Henry W. Bellows, and see September 10, 1862, Thomas Drew, сотр., Fre- mont Songs for the People (Boston, 1856), pp. 5, 27.
25
King, March 10, 1861,
26
King, July 20, 1861, King, September 30, 1861, Henry Steele Commager, Theodore Parker (Boston, 1936), p. 105.
27
Stockton Weekly Independent, January 2, 1862;
Bulletin, July 25, 1862.
Marysville California Express on March 11, 1863.
28
King, September 10, 1862,
Reports of the Treasurer and Secretary of the Soldiers' Relief Fund Committee of San Francisco... (San Francisco, 1865; revised edition, 1866);
Charles J. Stille, History of the United States Sanitary Commission (Philadelphia, 1866);
Russell M. Posner, "Thomas Starr King and the Mercy Million," California Historical Society Quarterly, 43 (December 1964): 291-307;
Richard H. Peterson, "The United States Sanitary Commission and Thomas Starr King in California, 1861-1864," California History, 72 (Win- ter 1993/94): 324-337, 388-390;
Robert J. Chandler, "The Soldiers' Friend: The United States Sanitary Commission," TKe Far-Westerner IQuarterly Publication of the Stockton Corral of Westernersl, 36 (Fall/Win- ter 1995): 1-32; and reprinted in Dogtoum Territorial Quarter!?, No. 25 (Spring 1966): 10-11, 49-61.
29
San Francisco Alta California, September 2, 1862.
30
San Francisco Pacific Appeal, August 23, September 6, 1862.
31
King, September 10, 1862,
Wendte, King, pp. 180-181
32
Bulletin, January 14, 1863;
Aha, January 15, 1863;
Pacific Appeal, January 3, 17, 1863;
King, January 30, 1863,
33
Wendte, King, p. 180;
Alta, July 6, 1863;
Monzingo, King, p. 197;
Rudolph Lapp, "Blacks in Civil War Cal- ifornia," in Robert J. Chandler, ed., "California in the Civil War," 1992 Book Club of California Keepsake;
Robert J. Chandler, "The Press and Civil Liberties in Civil War California, 1 861 -1 865" (Ph.D. Dissertation: University of California, Riverside, 1978), pp. 218-220.
34
Lapp, Blacks in Gold Rush California, and Robert J. Chandler, "Friends in Time of Need: Republicans and Black Civil Rights in California During the Civil War Era," Arizona and the West, 24 (Winter 1982): 322-323.
35
Bulletin, August 1,2, 1860.
36
Wendte, King, p. 95;
Pacific Appeal, July 25, September 5, 1863;
Bulletin, October 27, 1862, September 3, 1863;
San Francisco Elevator, April 14, 1865.
37
Pacific Appeal, November 7, 1863;
Minutes, Livingston Association, Jeremiah Sanderson Collection, Bancroft library; Chandler, "Friends in Time of Need," pp. 330-332.
38
King, March 31, 1862,"Hakatone," March 13, 1834, Bulletin, April 13, 1864;
Swain, Address, p. 27;
Wendte, King, pp. 213-216;
Monzingo, King, pp. 216-233.
39
Pacific Appeal, March 5, 1864;
Wendte, King, p. 217.
40
Pacific Appeal, March 12, 1864;
Bulletin, March 5, 1864.
41
Chandler, "Friends in Time of Need," pp. 324-329; 334-340.
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