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  • Burton, Gabrielle.
    IMPATIENT WITH DESIRE.

    Edition: Advance Reading Copy (trade paperback format. )

    New York: Hyperion / Voice, (2010.). SIGNED first edition - SIGNED on the title page. Novel based on the tragedy of the Donner Party, caught by snow in the Sierras in 1846, with some of the survivors resorting to cannibalism to avoid dying from hunger. Using Tamsen Donner's letters and imagined journal entries, this is also the story of a deep love. Double page map, illustrations, author's note and brief bibliography. Publisher's letter bound in. 246 pp.

    Condition: Fine in illustrated wrappers (as new .)

    Book ID: 45646
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  • LOGAN'S ALLEY: Amador County Yesterdays in Picture and Prose, Volume IV. by Cenotto, Larry.
    Cenotto, Larry.
    LOGAN'S ALLEY: Amador County Yesterdays in Picture and Prose, Volume IV.

    Edition: 2nd printing, a large trade paperback.

    Jackson, CA: Cenotto Publications, (2010, c 2003). Includes both stories of the history of this California county, located in the central Mother Lode, where gold was first discovered in California, and attempts to tie them into current physical locations and buildings. Four sections focusing on prodigal sons; churches, schools and newspapers; upcountry annals and mining in Amador County (including copper mining as well as gold), Large format, illustrated throughout with vintage photographs, Index. x, 347 pp. Each book stands alone, with different stories in each volume. ISBN: 978-0938121152.

    Condition: Fine in illustrated wrappers (as new).

    Book ID: 68461
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  • LOGAN'S ALLEY: Amador County Yesterdays in Picture and Prose, Volume V. by Cenotto, Larry.
    Cenotto, Larry.
    LOGAN'S ALLEY: Amador County Yesterdays in Picture and Prose, Volume V.

    Edition: Limited, signed edition.

    Jackson, CA: Cenotto Publications, (2006). SIGNED first edition - The final volume in this series of books which Include both stories of the history of this California county, located in the central Mother Lode, where gold was first discovered in California, and attempts to tie them into current physical locations and buildings. Includes sections on the Mokelumne River to Jackson, Ione and environs, Martell and Sutter Creek, and Amador City. #209 out of 750 copies. SIGNED on the title page. Large format, illustrated throughout with vintage photographs, Index. x, 338 pp. Each book stands alone, with different stories in each volume. ISBN: 978-0938121169.

    Condition: Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 77169
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  • LOGAN'S ALLEY: Amador County Yesterdays in Picture and Prose, Volume I. by Cenotto, Larry.
    Cenotto, Larry.
    LOGAN'S ALLEY: Amador County Yesterdays in Picture and Prose, Volume I.

    Edition: First edition.

    Jackson, CA: Cenotto Publications, 1988. SIGNED first edition - The first volume in this series of books which include both stories of the history of this California county, located in the central Mother Lode, where gold was first discovered in California, and attempts to tie them into current physical locations and buildings. Includes sections early Calaveras and Amador, the gold mines, newspapers, hanging trees and gallows, Carson Pass and the westerly valleys. SIGNED and dated on the title page. Large format, illustrated throughout with vintage photographs and maps Notes, index. 288 pp. Each book stands alone, with different stories in each volume. ISBN: 0-938121030.

    Condition: Very near fine in orange illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 77170
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  • LOGAN'S ALLEY: Amador County Yesterdays in Picture and Prose, Volume II. by Cenotto, Larry.
    Cenotto, Larry.
    LOGAN'S ALLEY: Amador County Yesterdays in Picture and Prose, Volume II.

    Edition: First edition.

    Jackson, CA: Cenotto Publications, 1988. SIGNED first edition - The second volume in this series of books which include both stories of the history of this California county, located in the central Mother Lode, where gold was first discovered in California, and attempts to tie them into current physical locations and buildings. Includes sections on Volcano and upcountry, historic hamlets along the Gold Highway, Pine Woods and Sutter Creek, and Jackson. SIGNED and dated on the title page. Large format, illustrated throughout with vintage photographs and maps Notes, index. 316 pp. Each book stands alone, with different stories in each volume. ISBN: 0-938121146.

    Condition: Near fine in orange illustrated wrappers (upper corner slightly bumped).

    Book ID: 77171
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  • LOGAN'S ALLEY: Amador County Yesterdays in Picture and Prose, Volume III. by Cenotto, Larry.
    Cenotto, Larry.
    LOGAN'S ALLEY: Amador County Yesterdays in Picture and Prose, Volume III.

    Edition: Limited, signed edition.

    Jackson, CA: Cenotto Publications, (2006). SIGNED first edition - The third (and hardest to find) volume in this series of books which Include both stories of the history of this California county, located in the central Mother Lode, where gold was first discovered in California, and attempts to tie them into current physical locations and buildings. Includes sections on Old Abe the Cannon, early county days, some Amador people and Amador hamlets. #180 out of 500 copies. SIGNED on the title page. Large format, illustrated throughout with vintage photographs, Index. xii, 260 pp. Each book stands alone, with different stories in each volume. ISBN: 978-0938121169.

    Condition: Fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 77172
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  • Cenotto, Larry.
    LOGAN'S ALLEY: Amador County Yesterdays in Picture and Prose, Complete Set, Volumes I to V (5 book set).

    Edition: First editions.

    Jackson, CA: Cenotto Publications, (1988-2006). SIGNED first editions - All five volumes in this series of books which Include both stories of the history of this California county, located in the central Mother Lode, where gold was first discovered in California, and attempts to tie them into current physical locations and buildings. Includes information on the people of Amador County, its early history, gold miners, hanging trees, Carson's Pass, and on its towns and hamlets - Jackson, Sutter Creek, Volcano, Ione, Amador City and more. Volumes 2 and 5 are limited and numbered editions. Each book is SIGNED on the title page, except for Volume 4 (volume 4 is also the only one which is not a first edition)…

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    Jackson, CA: Cenotto Publications, (1988-2006). SIGNED first editions - All five volumes in this series of books which Include both stories of the history of this California county, located in the central Mother Lode, where gold was first discovered in California, and attempts to tie them into current physical locations and buildings. Includes information on the people of Amador County, its early history, gold miners, hanging trees, Carson's Pass, and on its towns and hamlets - Jackson, Sutter Creek, Volcano, Ione, Amador City and more. Volumes 2 and 5 are limited and numbered editions. Each book is SIGNED on the title page, except for Volume 4 (volume 4 is also the only one which is not a first edition) Large format, illustrated throughout with vintage photographs, Indexes in each. 260 to 367 pp. each. Each book stands alone, with different stories in each volume. ISBN: 978-0938121169.

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    Condition: All are just about fine in illustrated wrappers (volume 2 is slightly bumped in the upper corner) .

    Book ID: 77173
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  • Churchill, Charles B.
    ADVENTURERS AND PROPHETS: American Autobiographers in Mexican California, 1828-1847.

    Edition: First printing.

    Spokane: Arthur H. Clark Co. , 1995. dj. Hardcover first edition - An introduction to the lives and memoirs of 11 early American travelers and settlers in California, and of the role the books which these men wrote men played in promoting California to Americans back east. The Merchant & Traders included Alfred Robinson, William Heath Davis, and William Dana Phelps; those who came ' Before the Mast' included Richard Henry Dana , and William Henry Thomes; the Mountain Men included James Pattie, Kit Carson, Zenas Leonard and others, and finally the 'Exponents of Empire' included Thomas Jefferson Farnham and Henry Augustus Wise. 5 pages of portraits and plates. Bibliography and index. 278 pp. ISBN: 0-87062-2285.

    Condition: Fine in red cloth, no dj as issued.

    Book ID: 25293
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  • GOLD DUST AND TROWELS: Nuggets of Freemasonry in the Gold Rush Days of California. by Frisbie, Grantville Kimball
    Frisbie, Grantville Kimball
    GOLD DUST AND TROWELS: Nuggets of Freemasonry in the Gold Rush Days of California.

    Edition: Large format trade paperback.

    San Diego, CA:. Neyenesch Printers, (1977.). Short and entertaining histories of the various lodges in California - from San Diego to Alameda, San Jose to Benicia, Volcano to Marysville, illustrated with many photographs 117 pp. .

    Condition: Just about fine (light crease to corner of rear cover).

    Book ID: 35199
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  • GPH: An Informal Record of George P. Hammond and his Era in the Bancroft Library. by [Hammond, George P.] Morgan, Dale L.; Agapito Rey, Charles L. Camp, Robert Becker, Warren R. Howell, Susanna Bryant Dakin, J. S. Holliday and others, contributors.
    [Hammond, George P.] Morgan, Dale L.; Agapito Rey, Charles L. Camp, Robert Becker, Warren R. Howell, Susanna Bryant Dakin, J. S. Holliday and others, contributors.
    GPH: An Informal Record of George P. Hammond and his Era in the Bancroft Library.

    Edition: First printing.

    Berkeley, CA: Friends of the Bancroft Library, University of California, 1965. Hardcover first edition - Published to as a celebration of Hammond's nineteen-year tenure as Director of the Bancroft Library at the University of California. Contributors include Dale L. Morgan, Agapito Rey, Charles L Camp, Robert H. Becker, Warren R. Howell, Robert E. Burke, J. S. Holliday and others..Includes a bibliography of George P. Hammond's writings and as well as reprinting his first published work. Frontispiece portrait, 10 additional sepia-toned pages of facsimiles, plates and portraits. Keepsake Number 13, designed and printed by Lawton and Alfred Kennedy. xiii, 119 pp.

    Condition: Fine in rust-colored cloth with gilt lettering on the spine, and a facsimile of GPH's initials on the front cover (some pages still unopened.)

    Book ID: 33813
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  • WE WERE THERE WITH THE CALIFORNIA FORTY-NINERS. by Holt, Stephen.
    Holt, Stephen.
    WE WERE THERE WITH THE CALIFORNIA FORTY-NINERS.

    Edition: Book club edition.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1956.) dj. Hardcover - One of a series of adventure stories for older children set against a carefully authenticated backdrop of important events or times in US history. lllustrated with black and white drawings by Raymond Lufkind, with Oscar Lewis as historical consultant. 175 pp. Map endpapers.

    Condition: Near fine in very good dust jacket (a bit of wear to edges of dj..

    Book ID: 57719
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  • A MEDIC FORTYNINER: Life and Letters of Dr. Reuben Knox 1849-51 by (Knox, Reuben) Turner, Charles W., editor
    (Knox, Reuben) Turner, Charles W., editor
    A MEDIC FORTYNINER: Life and Letters of Dr. Reuben Knox 1849-51

    Edition: First printing.

    np: McClure Press, 1974. Hardcover first edition - From the introduction: "These letters tell the story of a doctor of Raleigh, NC and St; Louis, MO, who had tired of his medical practice and sought fortune in the California gold rush... accompanied by three sons... His wife remained with her family in Raleigh and most of the letters are to her describing the trip and his life in the West." Despite the title, the bulk of this book deals with the wagon train journey in interesting detail. Dr Knox was able to use his medical knowledge on the trip - but not very much in California - as he said "there is not sickness enough in a circuit of…

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    np: McClure Press, 1974. Hardcover first edition - From the introduction: "These letters tell the story of a doctor of Raleigh, NC and St; Louis, MO, who had tired of his medical practice and sought fortune in the California gold rush... accompanied by three sons... His wife remained with her family in Raleigh and most of the letters are to her describing the trip and his life in the West." Despite the title, the bulk of this book deals with the wagon train journey in interesting detail. Dr Knox was able to use his medical knowledge on the trip - but not very much in California - as he said "there is not sickness enough in a circuit of 20 miles to afford salt for our bread." Knox was willing to try all avenues to make his fortune - at the mines, as a shopkeeper and on a ranch at Novato in what is now Marin County. 86 pgs including index.

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    Condition: Fine in blue cloth with silver lettering. No dustjacket as issued.

    Book ID: 9135
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  • [Landmark Books] McNeer, May, illustrated by Lynd Ward.
    THE CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH (Landmark #6.)

    Edition: Early printing.

    New York: Random House, (1950.) dj. Hardcover - A 'Landmark Book' for children, illustrated with duotone drawings by Lynd Ward. The Landmark series is perhaps one of the best series for children from the mid-20th century, and they are especially remarkable for the quality of the writing - in many cases, a Landmark book might be the only children's book by an author who is considered an expert in his or her field. List of Landmark books inside dust jacket. 184 pp.

    Condition: Near fine in very good dust jacket (prev owner's name, some edgewear to dj.)

    Book ID: 45118
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  • Montgomery, Jean.
    PASSAGE TO DRAKES BAY.

    Edition: First printing.

    NY: Morrow, 1972. dj. Hardcover first edition - A novel based on the voyage of Sir Francis Drake, his discovery of the Northern California coast in 1579, and interaction between Europeans and American Indians.Jacket and frontispiece by Anne Siberell. ISBN: 0-688-20001X.

    Condition: Fine in very good dust- jacket.( Slightly worn from age,price-clipped, one very small open tear on top of spine,one small closed tear on top of spine. Peeled spot on front from sticker being pulled off.)

    Book ID: 27794
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  • THE INDIAN HISTORY OF THE MODOC WAR. by Riddle, Jeff C.
    Riddle, Jeff C.
    THE INDIAN HISTORY OF THE MODOC WAR.

    Edition: Trade paperback.

    San Jose, CA: Urion Press, (1998). A careful, detailed chronological account of the uprising of the Modoc Indians in the Lava Beds area of northeastern California. Led by Captain Jack, the Modoc band of 52 warriors was initially successful against 1000 US troops in one of the most incredible battles in the history of US-Indian warfare. Originally published in 1918, the author was a boy at the time, and a relative of Captain Jack. Illustrated with vintage photos. 296 pp. . ISBN: 0-91352204X.

    Condition: New,

    Book ID: 62294
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  • HURRY FREEDOM: African Americans in Gold Rush California. by Stanley, Jerry.
    Stanley, Jerry.
    HURRY FREEDOM: African Americans in Gold Rush California.

    Edition: First edition.

    New York: Crown, (2000.). Hardcover first edition - A well-written history for older children, one which recounts the stories of African Americans in California throughout the 19th century gold rush era. Finalist for the National Book Award. Illustrated with vintage photographs and drawings. Bibliographic note, index. 86 pp. Slightly oversized format. ISBN: 0-517-800942.

    Condition: Ex-library with the usual markings, in illustrated boards, no dust jacket.

    Book ID: 69021
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  • GOLD AND SILVER COLOSSUS: William Morris Stewart and His Southern Bride by [Stewart, William Morris, 1825-1909] Hermann, Ruth.
    [Stewart, William Morris, 1825-1909] Hermann, Ruth.
    GOLD AND SILVER COLOSSUS: William Morris Stewart and His Southern Bride

    Edition: First printing.

    Sparks, Nevada: Dave's Printing & Publishing, (1975.). Hardcover first edition - A biography of Nevada's first U.S.Senator and even more, a study of the development of the two Western states of Nevada and California. Stewart, a miner and mining attorney, was also strongly influenced by his wife's antebellum family: the house he built for his bride in Nevada City, California, in 1855-56 (still known as the Stewart mansion) was a replica of her family's Mississippi plantation house. Chronicles the history of the Gold Rush country of California through the heyday of Nevada's Comstock Lode and into the early years of the 20th century; illustrated with numerous vintage photographs Includes an appendix with a detailed genealogy of Annie Elizabeth Foote…

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    Sparks, Nevada: Dave's Printing & Publishing, (1975.). Hardcover first edition - A biography of Nevada's first U.S.Senator and even more, a study of the development of the two Western states of Nevada and California. Stewart, a miner and mining attorney, was also strongly influenced by his wife's antebellum family: the house he built for his bride in Nevada City, California, in 1855-56 (still known as the Stewart mansion) was a replica of her family's Mississippi plantation house. Chronicles the history of the Gold Rush country of California through the heyday of Nevada's Comstock Lode and into the early years of the 20th century; illustrated with numerous vintage photographs Includes an appendix with a detailed genealogy of Annie Elizabeth Foote and her Southern family. Notes, Bibliography, Index. 430 pp.

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    Condition: Fine in gold boards with dark brown lettering, no dust jacket (appears unread, flaps of dj laid in.)

    Book ID: 71058
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  • GOLD AND SILVER COLOSSUS: William Morris Stewart and His Southern Bride by [Stewart, William Morris, 1825-1909] Hermann, Ruth.
    [Stewart, William Morris, 1825-1909] Hermann, Ruth.
    GOLD AND SILVER COLOSSUS: William Morris Stewart and His Southern Bride

    Edition: First printing.

    Sparks, Nevada: Dave's Printing & Publishing, (1975.) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - A biography of Nevada's first U.S.Senator and even more, a study of the development of the two Western states of Nevada and California. Stewart, a miner and mining attorney, was also strongly influenced by his wife's antebellum family: the house he built for his bride in Nevada City, California, in 1855-56 (still known as the Stewart mansion) was a replica of her family's Mississippi plantation house. Chronicles the history of the Gold Rush country of California through the heyday of Nevada's Comstock Lode and into the early years of the 20th century. SIGNED by the author on the front endpaper. Illustrated with numerous vintage photographs Includes…

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    Sparks, Nevada: Dave's Printing & Publishing, (1975.) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - A biography of Nevada's first U.S.Senator and even more, a study of the development of the two Western states of Nevada and California. Stewart, a miner and mining attorney, was also strongly influenced by his wife's antebellum family: the house he built for his bride in Nevada City, California, in 1855-56 (still known as the Stewart mansion) was a replica of her family's Mississippi plantation house. Chronicles the history of the Gold Rush country of California through the heyday of Nevada's Comstock Lode and into the early years of the 20th century. SIGNED by the author on the front endpaper. Illustrated with numerous vintage photographs Includes an appendix with a detailed genealogy of Annie Elizabeth Foote and her Southern family. Notes, Bibliography, Index. 430 pp.

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    Condition: Near fine in fine dust jacket (lower corner of front cover slightly bumped)

    Book ID: 71059
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  • [Stewart, William Morris, 1825-1909] Hermann, Ruth.
    GOLD AND SILVER COLOSSUS: William Morris Stewart and His Southern Bride

    Edition: First printing.

    Sparks, Nevada: Dave's Printing & Publishing, (1975.) dj. Hardcover first edition - A biography of Nevada's first U.S.Senator and even more, a study of the development of the two Western states of Nevada and California. Stewart, a miner and mining attorney, was also strongly influenced by his wife's antebellum family: the house he built for his bride in Nevada City, California, in 1855-56 (still known as the Stewart mansion) was a replica of her family's Mississippi plantation house. Chronicles the history of the Gold Rush country of California through the heyday of Nevada's Comstock Lode and into the early years of the 20th century; illustrated with numerous vintage photographs Includes an appendix with a detailed genealogy of Annie Elizabeth…

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    Sparks, Nevada: Dave's Printing & Publishing, (1975.) dj. Hardcover first edition - A biography of Nevada's first U.S.Senator and even more, a study of the development of the two Western states of Nevada and California. Stewart, a miner and mining attorney, was also strongly influenced by his wife's antebellum family: the house he built for his bride in Nevada City, California, in 1855-56 (still known as the Stewart mansion) was a replica of her family's Mississippi plantation house. Chronicles the history of the Gold Rush country of California through the heyday of Nevada's Comstock Lode and into the early years of the 20th century; illustrated with numerous vintage photographs Includes an appendix with a detailed genealogy of Annie Elizabeth Foote and her Southern family. Notes, Bibliography, Index. 430 pp.

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    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket (appears unread.)

    Book ID: 32689
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  • 400 CALIFORNIA STREET: A Century Plus Five. by Wilson, Neil C.
    Wilson, Neil C.
    400 CALIFORNIA STREET: A Century Plus Five.

    Edition: Second edition. An updated edition of a book originally published in 1964.

    San Francisco: Bank of California, 1969. Hardcover - The story of the oldest incorporated commercial bank in the West and its first 105 years in the financial development of the Pacific Coast. Much of the history of the bank, founded by William Ralston, which had D. O. Mills as its first president, is the history of the growth of California during the gold rush era, the beginnings of the transcontinental railroads. Profusely illustrated with photographs. An attractive publication, designed and printed by Lawton Kennedy. 106 pages.

    Condition: Very near fine in mustard-colored cloth with gold lettering (crease to lower corner of the first page.).

    Book ID: 59177
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  • Wilson, Neil C.
    400 CALIFORNIA STREET: A Century Plus Five.

    Edition: Second edition. An updated edition of a book originally published in 1964.

    San Francisco: Bank of California, 1969. Hardcover - The story of the oldest incorporated commercial bank in the West and its first 105 years in the financial development of the Pacific Coast. Much of the history of the bank, founded by William Ralston, which had D. O. Mills as its first president, is the history of the growth of California during the gold rush era, the beginnings of the transcontinental railroads. Profusely illustrated with photographs. An attractive publication, designed and printed by Lawton Kennedy. 106 pages.

    Condition: Fine in mustard-colored cloth with gold lettering in a clear acrylic jacket.

    Book ID: 15259
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  • Wilson, Neill C.
    400 CALIFORNIA STREET: The Story of the Bank of California.

    Edition: First trade printing.

    San Francisco: Bank of California, 1964. Hardcover first edition - The story of the Bank of California, National Association and its first 100 years in the financial development of the Pacific Coast. Much of the history of the bank, founded by William Ralston, which had D. O. Mills as its first president, is the history of the growth of California during the gold rush era, the beginnings of the transcontinental railroads. Profusely illustrated with photographs. An attractive publication, designed and printed by Lawton Kennedy. 87 pages.

    Condition: Near fine in dark blue cloth with gold lettering in a clear acrylic jacket.

    Book ID: 15258
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  • LAKE TAHOE. by Zauner, Phyllis.
    Zauner, Phyllis.
    LAKE TAHOE.

    Edition: Paperback original , not issued in hardcover.

    Tahoe Paradise, CA: Zanel Publications, 1982. Large format (approx 11 x 8 1/2 inches) in stapled wrappers and illustrated with many vintage photographs. A title in the mini-history series. The story of the early days of Lake Tahoe, those who came there, and the houses they built and what they did. 56 pages. ISBN: 0-936914-130.

    Condition: Near fine.

    Book ID: 43752
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  • CALIFORNIA GOLD: Story of the Rush to Riches. by Zauner, Phyllis and Lou.
    Zauner, Phyllis and Lou.
    CALIFORNIA GOLD: Story of the Rush to Riches.

    Edition: Later printing.

    Sonoma, CA: Zanel Publications, 1994. Large format (approx 11 x 8 1/2 inches) in stapled wrappers and illustrated with many vintage photographs. A title in the mini-history series. The story of the Gold Rush towns of the Motherlode in the Sierra foothills - contrasts the towns then and now. Included are Coloma, Auburn, Sutter Creek, Murphys, Volcano, Jamestown, Grass Valley and more. Map. Several pages of advertisements. 59 pp. . ISBN: 0-936914-009.

    Condition: Fine.

    Book ID: 39854
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  • CALIFORNIA GOLD: Story of the Rush to Riches. by Zauner, Phyllis and Lou.
    Zauner, Phyllis and Lou.
    CALIFORNIA GOLD: Story of the Rush to Riches.

    Edition: Paperback original , not issued in hardcover.

    Sonoma, CA: Zanel Publications, 1980. Large format (approx 11 x 8 1/2 inches) in stapled wrappers and illustrated with many vintage photographs. A title in the mini-history series. The story of the Gold Rush towns of the Motherlode in the Sierra foothills - contrasts the towns then and now. Included are Coloma, Auburn, Sutter Creek, Murphys, Volcano, Jamestown, Grass Valley and more. Map. Several pages of advertisements. 64 pages. ISBN: 0-936914-009.

    Condition: Fine.

    Book ID: 24298
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