"The Reminiscences of Thomas S Bayley" in GOLDEN NOTES Vol 14 No. 1 , November 1967.
Edition: First printing, a slim pamphlet.
Sacramento, CA: Sacramento Historical Society, 1967. First edition - The entire issue is dedicated to publishing excerpts from a manuscript on deposit at the Bancroft Library. Thomas Bailey arrived in California with his family in 1848, at the age of 14. They settled in Dixon, where they raised cattle and wheat, and Thomas is credited with the invention of the Jackson Feeder for threshing machines. The excepts included here are all related to the Sacramento area, including notes of Sutter's Fort, the first ferry on the American River, etc. 12 pp.
Condition: Near fine in stapled illustrated yellow wrappers (slight toning).