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Mining in California

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Hittell dedicated the first portion of Volume 3 to early mining times in California including Pioneer mines, miners and mining appliances, Northern California mines, Southern California mines, gold distribution and gold rushes, struggles for organization and order, evolution of mining laws, and the lynch-law in the mines. Hittell wrote at considerable length about the San Francisco Vigilance Committee of 1851 and 1856, progress made in San Francisco, city debts, land sales, bank failures of 1855, growth of the State of California, People's Party reform, squatters, Land Commission Act, Joaquin Murieta and his banditti, Californian Filibusters, discovery of Humboldt Bay, Yosemite, argricultural and horticultural advances, treatment of Indians, and finally the Modoc War.

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Internet Archives

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English

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Arts and Humanities | Business | Education | Law | Life Sciences | Social and Behavioral Sciences

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1897 - History of California, Volume 3, Theodore Henry Hittell

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