5 edition of Death Valley in "49. found in the catalog.
Death Valley in "49.
William Lewis Manly
|Statement||By William L. Manly ; edited by Milo Milton Quaife ...|
|Series||Lakeside classics -- [v. 25], Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 354, no. 3461.|
|Contributions||Quaife, Milo Milton, 1880-1959.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 307 p. :|
|Number of Pages||307|
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The autobiography of a pioneer, detailing his life from a humble home in the Green Mountains to the gold mines of California; and particularly reciting the sufferings of the band of men, women and children who gave "Death Valley" its name Language: English: LoC Class.
50 Years In Death Valley, Memoirs of a Borax Man by Harry P. Gower "A collection of reminiscence and anecdotes of the Death Valley area between and Mr. (Harry) Gower was not only a resident but had a major influence on the course of events in the region during those years."-Dean Lemon, Life Director, The Death Valley '49ers.
With an introduction by noted historian Patricia Limerick and freshly edited, indexed, and annotated in an unusually handsome edition, Death Valley in '49 is both an important book--central to our understanding of early California--and, with its compelling narrative, a joy to read/5(29).
To a large degree, this enduring fascination is the result of a book published in and reprinted many times since. William Manly’s “Death Valley in ’49” has been termed a literary classic by none other than Lawrence Clark Powell, California’s late.
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Introduced by noted historian Patricia Limerick and freshly edited, indexed, and annotated in an unusually handsome edition, Death Valley in '49 is both an important book -- central to our understanding of early California -- and, with its compelling narrative, a joy to read.
They may have escaped the Death Valley, but it took another 23 days to cross the Mojave Desert and reach the safety of Ranch San Francisco in Santa Clarita Valley.
The so called "short cut" that had lured the Lost '49ers away from Captian Hunt's wagon train had proved to take four months and cost the lives of many men through the entire ordeal.
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Latta did not write the final chapters of his book; instead, he went to the best-published source of information—Manly's Death Valley in ' Latta quotes extensively from this book; over 40 percent of the pages in Death Valley '49ers are quotes from Manly's book.
When Latta wrote us, he said he started "gathering data regarding the parties. Get this from a library. Death Valley in ' [William Lewis Manly] -- Describes one of the most dramatic episodes of the California Gold Rush-- an incredible journey of a party of emigrants who got lost in Death Valley.
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The book is known mostly for the late chapters which recounted the Bennett-Arcan Emigrant party as they tried to reach California in. Death Valley in '49 CHAPTER Southern RouteOff in Fine StyleA Cut-off ProposedMost of Them Try it and FailThe JayhawkersA New OrganizationMen with Families not AdmittedCapture an Indian Who Gives Them the SlipAn Indian Woman and Her ChildrenGrass Begins to FailA High Peak to the WestNo WaterAn Indian HutReach the Warm.
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Death Valley in '49 CHAPTER X. Bennett and Arcane now concluded not to wait for me to go ahead and explore out a way for them to follow, as I had done for a long time, but to go ahead as it was evidently the best way to turn south and make our own road, and find the water and passes all for ourselves.
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