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Review of. In: S. Condemi and G. Heidelberg: Springer, pp. The author describes the early years of the gold rush, including the routes to California, and the situation in the mining camps. This article summarizes books published by two individuals who worked in the California gold fields in and published their experiences as gold hunters. The development of California as the result of the gold rush is described. The population of less than 5, in had risen to almost half a million, with ships coming to and going from San Francisco to all parts of the world.

On the Gold Regions of California , J. Based a residence of nearly three years in the gold fields, the author describes the occurrence of gold at a number of locations along the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. Some ideas on the geologic origin of gold in California are described. This is a summary of a book written by an Englishman about his experiences traveling to California and through different areas of the state. The author, a geologist, provides one of the first geological descriptions on the gold region of California.

The same article was published in the Mining Magazine, Vol. Mines and Mining in California , J. Trask, Mining Magazine, Vol. This article presents a technical description of placer gold mining in the state. This article presents a description of the mining tools and methods used to find and recover gold. No wonder that his impressions were somewhat vague, and his knowledge limited and indefinite; as but little was then known of the country, manner of living, the labor required, or methods in use for working the mines. Even to this day, with all that has been written, and all the pictorial illustrations which have been published, those who have not actually visited the mines, have but a very incorrect conception of what they are, or how they are worked.

Personal accounts of the discovery of gold that were written by John Sutter and James Marshall. The authors provide a description of the gold placers and deposits. California Gold , A. The author provides a description of the gold as it is typically found in California. A description of the methods used to recover gold in California during the decade following its discovery.

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Laur, Revue des Deux Mondes, Vol. This article discusses the exploitation and recovery of gold in California. Due to the changing occurrence of the deposits, several innovations for gold mining and recovery are discussed, including the use of hydraulic-pressure hoses, amalgamating with mercury and blasting. Innovations in gold mining methods and equipment are briefly described. Hittell, G. Desbarats, Quebec, 45 pp. This short book contains a description of the methods used to recover gold in California.

A description of placer gold mines in California. The mining of gold along ancient buried riverbeds is discussed. Sometimes the gold-bearing sediments were so compacted that the ore had to first be crushed to recover the gold. Gold in California , J. Phillips, Quarterly Journal of Science, Vol. A description of the occurrences of gold, which extend along the western slope of the Sierra Nevada mountains, from the Tejon Pass in the south to the northerly end of the state, is presented. This article presents a number of illustrations of California and life in the gold fields.

A geologic description of the alluvial gold deposits. Fullerton, Temple Bar, Vol. Illustrations and descriptions of the hydraulic methods used in California for recovering gold, presented in several installments. Hydraulic Mining in California , A. This article presents a detailed description of the hydraulic mining of gold in the Sierra Nevada foothills.

The Reminiscences of a Gold-Hunter , W. The experiences of a group of individuals from New England who purchased a ship to take them to the California gold fields. Gold and California , T. Donaldson, International Review, Vol. The author discusses the economic and social effects of the gold rush on the development of California. Hydraulic Mining in California , T. Evans, Century Magazine, Vol. The use of hydraulic and other mining techniques to recover gold in California is discussed by the author. The article presents a review of gold mining in the state.

Old Times in California , W. Sherman, North American Review, Vol. In this article, he describes the early history of the state and the gold discovery. Bidwell, Century Magazine, Vol. These two articles by the same author give a description of the history of California in the s by an individual who arrived there in The Discovery of Gold in California , J.

Hittell, Century Magazine, Vol. The Conquest of California , J. The famous explorer recounts the history of the state in the s. Californiana , E. Kemble, Century Magazine, Vol. Fairbanks, American Geologist, Vol. A geological description of the gold fields. Pioneer Mining in California , E. Waite, Century Magazine, Vol. A description of gold mining by an individual who participated in the gold rush.

Farwell, Century Magazine, Vol. This article describes a joint stock company formed by individuals in New England to purchase a ship that would take them around Cape Horn to the California gold fields. The Old California Prospector , D. The recollections of gold prospectors from the s and s. Pratt, Century Magazine, Vol. The author describes an ocean trip from New York City to Central America, an overland trek across the Isthmus of Panama, and then a voyage by ship north to San Francisco and the gold fields.

Murray, Overland Monthly, Ser. The author, a bank employee in New York, describes reports of small amounts of gold being deposited that had been found in Southern California in , several years before the official discovery north of Sacramento in Auriferous Gravels of the Sierra Nevada , H. Turner, American Geologist, Vol. The author presents a geological description of the gold-bearing gravels along the slopes of the Sierra Nevada. This article gives a geological description of the gold-quartz vein deposits. Lindgren, Journal of Geology, Vol. This study attempts to determine the geologic age of the gold-bearing gravels in relation to other rocks of the Sierra Nevada.

The year marked the semi-centennial of the discovery of gold by James Marshall 50 years previously. A number of articles were published that year to celebrate the historic event. Wilson, Overland Monthly, Vol. This article describes the efforts of the Society of California Pioneers to conserve information and materials related to the history of the state and the important role gold miners from played in the organization. The Discovery of Gold in California , M.

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Bellamy, Overland Monthly, Vol. Early Days on the Golden Yuba , H. Wells, Pacific Monthly, Vol. Recollections of gold mining along the Yuba River in California. This article presents a detailed description of the mining methods used in California to recover gold from gravel sediments. Hershey, American Geologist, Vol. The author describes the geologic setting of gold deposits in Trinity County in northern California. A summary of this article by the same author appeared in Mining and Scientific Press, Vol. A description of the mining region in the Klamath Mountains in northwestern California.

This publication provides a detailed description of the Mother Lode gold belt along the western side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The author describes gold deposits that stretch miles or more in length through Amador, Calaveras and Tuolumne counties. The Eldorado of the Great West , A. Williams, The Romance of Mining, C. Pearson Ltd. In this chapter from a book, the author presents a description of the history and development of gold mining operations in California.

Livingston, Technical World Magazine, Vol. A report of a hydraulic mine in Trinity County, California. Gold-Dredging Practice in California , R. Sibley, Engineering and Mining Journal, Vol. A description of dredging for gold along the Yuba and other rivers in California. Possibilities of the Mother Lode in Depth , W. Storms, Engineering and Scientific Press, Vol.

Discussion of the possibility of rich primary gold deposits along the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains. Lindgren, U. Geological Survey Professional Paper, No. The geologic origin and distribution of gold along the Sierra Nevada is discussed in this professional paper. A summary of the article is presented in Science Magazine, Vol.