San Francisco's Literary Frontier

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GOOD BOOKS ABOUT THE PACIFIC COAST

THE BARBARY COAST
by Herbert Asbury

OUTPOST OF EMPIRE by Herbert Eugene Bolton

A HISTORY OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST by George W. Fuller

LOS ANGELES by Morrow Mayo

THESE ARE Borzoi Books, PUBLISHED BY ALFRED A. KNOPF

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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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