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The 49ers

  • Missouri Republican (St. Louis, Missouri)
  • The 49ers, as reported by the Missouri Republican, Saint Louis, Missouri
  • Columbia Missouri statesman (Columbia, Missouri)
[Kenneth E. Weant]
Books/Monographs
English
Arlington, Texas : K.E. Weant, c2004-2010
10 v. : maps.

Notes

Published with permission of the State Historical Society of Missouri.

Reports on Missourians going to the gold rush in California. Also reports on others on their way through St. Louis and reports on those in California.

Reports on trail life to California including the journey through Salt Lake City.

Full-name index in each volume.

Contents: v. 1. As reported by the Missouri Republican, St. Louis, Missouri, 1 Jan. 1849 to 31 Dec. 1849 (3,300 plus names) -- v. 2. As reported by the Missouri Republican, St. Louis, Missouri, 1 Jan. 1850 to 31 Dec. 1850 (3,375 plus names) -- v. 3. As reported by the Missouri statesman, Columbia Missouri, 5 Jan. 1849[i.e. 1848] to 27 Dec. 1850 (1,401 names) – v. 4. As reported by the Missouri statesman, Columbia, Missouri, 3 Jan. 1851 to 26[i.e.25] Mar. 1864 (2,262 names) -- v. 5. As reported by the Brunswicker, Chariton County, Missouri 14 April 1849 to 13 August 1853 -- v. 6. As reported by Andrew, Cape Girardeau, Cole, Cooper, Green & Grundy newspapers -- v. 7. As reported by Clay, Howard & Lafayette County newspapers 30 November 1847 to 29 November 1857 (1547 plus names) -- v. 8. As reported by Buchanan County, Missouri Gazette & Adventure newspapers, 27 October 1848 to 30 August 1854 (4981 plus names) -- v. 9. As reported by miscellaneous newspapers, Marion County, Missouri, 2 January 1849 to 22 December 1852 -- v. 10 . As reported by Columbia, Missouri Sentinal & St. Louis, Missouri Daily Morning Herald, Intelligencer Republican newspapers.

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