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pioneer at Sutter"s fort, 1846-1850
Heinrich Lienhard (1822-1903), son of a Swiss farmer, sailed for America in 1843. After three years in the Midwest, Lienhard and four other young European immigrants set off by wagon for California, reaching Johann Sutter"s New Helvetia in October 1846. After a few months in the U.S. Army, Lienhard returned to Sutter"s settlement. In 1849 Lienhard returned to Switzerland to accompany Sutter"s family to the New World. Disillusioned by the changed California he found in early 1850, Lienhard returned to Switzerland in July. A pioneer at Sutter"s fort (1941) is based on a diary kept in his years in California and focuses on Johann Sutter, his family, and his settlement on the Sacramento. It also covers Lienhard"s experiences as a farmer and a miner and his crossings of Panama and the Atlantic in 1849-1850.
|Statement||translated, edited, and annotated by Marguerite Eyer Wilbur from the original German manuscript.|
|Series||Calafia series,, no. 3|
|Contributions||Wilbur, Marguerite Eyer, b. 1889.|
|LC Classifications||F865 .L72|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p.l., xix p., 1 l., 291 p.|
|Number of Pages||291|
|LC Control Number||42011300|
Moved to Rare Book Room, Kyburz Annex, Sutter’s Fort. Box , Folder 9 Book, Oregon and California in , Vol. 1, by J. Thornton, The largest portion of the material in this collection was collected by Martha J. “Patty” Reed Lewis (), a survivor of the Donner Party tragedy, and was donated to .
Cone, Gordon C., p. [Unpublished manuscript] [n.p.] [n.d.] Harold B. Lee Library call number Vault MSS Handwritten diary of Cone's overland journey by ox team from Waukesha, Wisconsin to California in Cone is a descriptive writer and proud to record "only facts." Diary describes traveling conditions, encounters with Indians, cholera outbreaks, fellow travelers, and. Full text of "The Historical Society of Southern California quarterly" See other formats.
Extent: 1 painting: color ; 19 x 29 cm; Call Number: MSS Series 2 Item box 7 folder 8; Repository: L. Tom Perry Special Collections; Photograph Archives; Harold B. The book features two tables of contents: The fi rst lists articles by datethe way Americans experienced them in sequential orderand the second groups events by topic. In instances where a story was an unfolding process, such as the devastation of Native Americans from European disease and the demise of the buffalo, we picked a symbolic date to.
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Marguerite Eyer Wilbur. From the original German Manuscript. THE CALAFíA SOCIETY. LOS ANGELES, Eliza Marshall Gregson (b. ), a millworker, and James Gregson (b.
), a blacksmith, were natives of England who married in Rhode Island in and almost immediately schemed to escape to the West. In they set out for Oregon, eventually joining a California party. Johann Sutter aided them, and the Gregsons lived at his fort until James Gregson enlisted in the U.S.
Army under. A Pioneer at Sutter’s Fort by Heinrich Lienhard edited by Marguerite Wilbur This is a very good reference for what day-to-day life was like in and around Sutter’s Fort. It is a translation of Lienhard’s recollections 20 years after he left Sutter’s Fort.
#N#The Hastings Cutoff was an alternative route for westward emigrants to travel to California, as proposed by Lansford Hastings in The Emigrant's Guide to Oregon and California. The ill-fated Donner Party infamously took that route.
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