San Francisco's Literary Frontier

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INDEX
Abélard, 321
"Abraham Lincoln" (Goodman), 214; quoted, 221-2
Academy , quoted on Miller, 330, 345
Adam, 316, 320
Adams, Henry, 287
Adams, Samuel, 283
Adams & Company, 246
Ade, George, 185
"Adventures of James Capen Adams, The" ( T. Hittell), 285
Aerial Steam Navigation Company, 248
Agassiz, Louis, 280
"Age of Alfred, The" ( Bowman), 243
Agricola, see Miller, C. H.
Ajax (steamship), 243
Albert, Prince, 43
All over Oregon and Washington (Victor), 312
Allen, John, attacked by Bierce, 254
Allen, Josie, see Mulford, Josie Allen
Alloquiz, see Keeler, R.
Alta , see San Francisco Alta California
Alvarado, 311
American Eagle, the (street character), 177
American Flag (satiric journal), 109- 10
Ames, John Judson, Phoenix plays hoax on, 43, 44
Anabasis , 229
Anatomical Museum, 178
Andrade's Biblioteca Mejicana, 306
Angel Camp, California, Mark Twain visits, 192-4
"Anglican Arrangement of Churches, in Connection with the Medieval Prototype, The," article in the Pioneer, 25
"Anglo-Saxon Writers, The" (Bowman), 243
Annals of San Francisco, The , description of, 22-3; 220
Apaches, Cremony's vocabulary of, 114; see also Indians
Arabian Nights, 147
Arcata, see Union
Argonautœ, 217
Argus , Stockton, 111
Arizona, 114, 281, 318, 330
"Arkansaw Jackson" ( Lawson), 224
Armstrong, revises Miller's poetry, 329
Arrah-na-Pogue , 178
Art, in the West, 38, 123, 146, 147, 163, 165, 194, 230, 247, 254, 257, 284, 320-1
"Art Beginnings in the Pacific" ( Avery), 284
Artemus Ward: His Book ( Browne), 158
Arundel-Harcourt, T., see Harcourt, T. A.
Associated Press, 297
"At the Ball" ( Bowman), 243
Atlantic Monthly, The , 122, 131, 267, 272, 288, 309, 349
"Autumn Musings" (Harte), 55
Avery, Benjamin P.: sketch, 27; edits

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Table of contents

  • Good Books About the Pacific Coast *
  • Title Page i
  • Contents ix
  • Chapter I A Precocious Frontier 3
  • Chapter II The Fifties 17
  • Chapter III ɣ Apprentice Days 55
  • Chapter IV Washoe Silver and the Civil War 89
  • Chapter V The Golden Era 116
  • Chapter VI U+263 Visitors 146
  • Chapter VII Polite Literature and Ghosts 176
  • Chapter VIII A Rash of Poetry 207
  • Chapter IX The Town Crier 237
  • Chapter X The Overland Monthly 256
  • Chapter XI - Practical Literature 284
  • Chapter XII From Gold Gulch to Parnassus 316
  • Chapter XIII Epilogue 351
  • Bibliography 363
  • Notes and References 371
  • Index i
  • A Note on the Type In Which This Book is Set *
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