2 edition of early inns of California, 1844-1869. found in the catalog.
early inns of California, 1844-1869.
Ralph Herbert Cross
|LC Classifications||F862 .C74|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||302|
|LC Control Number||54012548|
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The Early Inns of California. Signed by the author. Cross, Ralph Herbert. The early inns of California, [Ralph Herbert Cross; Lawton Kennedy] -- History of inns along the White Rock Road and the Green Valley Road between Sacramento and Placerville, fromestablishment of the first known inn, tocompletion of the Central Pacific.
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San Francisco: Privately Printed, 1st. Hardcover. First, Limited Edition to copies designed & printed by Lawton Kennedy. INSCRIBED by the author.
Large 8vo. v, pp. Bibliography; Index. Illustrations; photo-reproductions. Fold-out map at rear shows the early inns on the White Rock and Folsom Pioneer Roads between Sacramento & Placerville, as of the end of July Illustrations throughout, chiefly photographs; vignettes from engravings; folding map showing early inns on the White Rock and Folsom pioneer roads between Sacramento and.
Guide to the Ralph Herbert, MS 1 Guide to the Ralph Herbert, Processed by California Historical Society staff; supplementary encoding and revision supplied by Xiuzhi Zhou. 1844-1869. book This material was assembled by Cross for his book, The Early Inns of California.
There is also additional material. Hotels, traverns, etc. The Early Inns of California, (), by Ralph Herbert Cross (page images at HathiTrust) The Early Introduction of Bogus Freemasonry in the United States of America and Texas Among Colored Masons (San Antonio: Armstrong Co., c), by Chas.
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