Journals of Forty-Niners: Salt Lake to Los Angeles: with Diaries and Contemporary Records of Sheldon Young, James S. Brown, Jacob Y. Stover, Charles C. Rich, Addison Pratt, Howard Egan, Henry W. Bigler, and Others

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Illustrations
JEFFERSON HUNTFrontispiece

Courtesy of the Pioneer Society, San Bernardino, California

FOUR MEMBERS OF THE MORMON BATTALION WHO WERE AT SUTTER'S MILL WHEN GOLD WAS DISCOVERED29

Courtesy of the L.D.S. Church Historian's Office, Salt Lake City

FOUR JOURNALISTS OF THE TRIP OF 184939

Farrer portrait, courtesy of his granddaughter, Ramona F. Cottam, Provo, Utah. The other three portraits, courtesy of the L.D.S. Church Historian's Office.

AMARGOSA GOLD MINE121

Courtesy of Dix Van Dyke, Daggett, California

HENRY W. BIGLER'S INITIALS CUT IN THE WHITE CLIFFS140

Courtesy of Charles Kelly, Fruita, Utah

FORT UTAH ON THE TIMPANOGAS270

From Howard Stansbury Exploration and Survey of the Valley of the Great Salt Lake, 1853

SALT SPRING, NEAR THE AMARGOSA RIVER287
LOOKING DOWN ARROW CANYON287

Photographs by the authors

MAP OF THE ROUTES326

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • Illustrations 9
  • Acknowledgments 11
  • Historical Background and Summary 15
  • Part I - Packers: First Over the Trail in 1849 47
  • Part II - The Gruwell-Derr Wagon Train 51
  • C: Notes of Benjamin Hayes 53
  • Part III - The Jefferson Hunt Wagon Train 59
  • C: James S. Brown's Account 66
  • D: the Sidney P. Waite Sketch 112
  • Part IV - The Rynierson Company 131
  • Part V - The Flake-Rich Company of Packers 141
  • B: Charles C. Rich Diary 181
  • C: William Farrer Diary 193
  • E: James H. Rollins Recollection 218
  • F: Sheldon Stoddard Sketch 271
  • Part VI - The Stover Party of Packers 273
  • Part VII - The Pomeroy Wagon Train 293
  • C: Extract from Goudy Hogan Journal 296
  • D: the Walter Van Dyke Account 298
  • Part VIII - The Howard Egan Wagon Train 307
  • Appendix 321
  • Index 329
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