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  • Account books: Sacramento, Calif., 1850-1862.
    Suisun Napa and Sonoma Calif Includes names of clients and work performed as well as costs and payment Ball makes gold fillings upper and lower plates and performs minor operations more on businessmen and their wives than on miners Names of some of his patients include J B Haggin J L Curtis L M Boggs and the Boggs family J Gardiner J Harding Reverend Goodman Captain Atchinson E G Buffum

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  • An Account of a Single Day as Passed in a Monastery at Shrewsbury, circa late 19th - early 20th century
    Day as Passed in a Monastery at Shrewsbury circa late 19th early 20th century Creator Contributor Online Archive of California Abstract One holograph document AL Laid in Abbé Proyart s Life of Princess Louisa Salisbury 1808 Alpha list Date 1850 issued Note Consult repository for details Use governed by UCSB Special Collections policy Cite as Identification of item An Account of a Single Day as Passed in a Monastery at

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  • Account of experiences crossing the plains from Iowa and pioneering in Washington Territory, 1852-1876.
    Mapel Eli B creator Creator Contributor Maple Wayne R Creator Contributor Schroeder Audrey Creator Contributor Mapel Jacob Creator Contributor Mapel Samuel Abstract Chiefly describes Eli Mapel s overland journey to the Washington Territory and his subsequent settlement after meeting with his father Jacob and his brother Samuel along with recollections of service in the Indian wars 1855 1856 Endorsed Autobiography of Maple or Mapel family D Wamish river King Co W T Includes transcription and explanatory notes as well as genealogical information and references by Wayne R Maple and Audrey Schroeder Date 1852 issued Subject n us wa n usp Mapel Eli B Maples family Overland journeys to the Pacific Indians of North America Northwest Pacific Indians of North America Warfare Washington State Note Forms part of the Hubert Howe Bancroft Collection RESTRICTED ACCESS USE MICROFILM OR TRANSCRIPTION Inquiries regarding these materials should be directed in writing to the Head of Public Services The Bancroft Library Also available on microfilm Transcription also available Preferred citation Account of experiences crossing the plains from Iowa and pioneering in Washington Territory 1852 1876 BANC MSS P B 66 The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley In English Type Autobiographies Physical Description print 25

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  • Finding Aid to An Account of the First Settlement of St. Johns MS.809
    MS 809 No online items Contact Autry Museum of the American West View entire collection guide PDF 76 83 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description This is a typed copy of a report by Bishop David K Udall to J N Smith President of the Mormon settlement at St Johns recording an account of the first settlement of St Johns in 1873 Background David King Udall September 7 1851 February 18 1938 was a representative to the Arizona Territorial Legislature and the founder of the Udall political family Extent 0 1 linear feet 1 folder Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to the Autry National Center All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Autry Archivist Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Autry National Center as the custodian of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder which must also be obtained by the reader Availability Collection is open for research Appointments to view materials are required To make an appointment please visit http theautry org research research rules and

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  • Finding Aid to An Account of the Residence of George Lunsford Russell in Los Angeles County, from May, 1869 to the "Boom" of the 80s MS.696
    the George Lunsford Russell family from 1869 to the 1880s The manuscript was created in 1954 by Lecil E Ross in response to a request from Southwest Museum director Frederick Webb Hodge for memoirs of pioneers in Early California Background Southwest Museum director Frederick Webb Hodge was inspired by H H Bancroft to collect dictated memoirs of pioneers for the Bancroft Library in Berkeley and reached out to the community for stories of families who were established in Early California Lecil E Ross answered the call donating family histories for his paternal grandfather Jacob Ross Sr and his family in California from 1865 1900 and for Lecil s maternal grandfather George Lunsford Russell who was a landowner in Los Angeles County before Los Angeles was 100 years old The Ross and Russell families settled near each other and eventually intermarried The Russell land was about a mile northeast of what is currently Santa Ana Extent 0 1 linear feet 1 folder Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to the Autry National Center All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Autry Archivist Permission for publication is given on behalf of the

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  • Account of the San Francisco earthquake and fire, with ephemera from the aftermath : San Francisco, Calif., 1906.
    Francisco Calif 1906 Creator Contributor De Laveaga Edward I creator Abstract A first hand account 40 p of the San Francisco earthquake and fire of April 1906 written by Edward I De Laveaga Accompanied by a small group of ephemera permits to pass permit to use electricity and notice of chimney repair Date 1906 issued Subject n us ca University of California 1868 1952 Students Personal narratives Earthquakes California San

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  • An account of the Texas Revolution, 1845 November 29.
    the Battle of San Jacinto in 1836 where he saw General Santa Anna and General Almonte held as prisoners of war An order from General Jackson was needed to decide their fates so to obtain it the author traveled to Nashville Tennessee and eventually met up with him on the Ohio River General Jackson wrote General Houston and was able to save Santa Anna and Almonte from execution as well as ensure their safe passage to Washington City The following suggestion was also put forth a Tripartite Agreement or Treaty should be made between the United StatesTexas and Mexico Mexico should cede to the United States all claims of sovereignty to Texas a well defined boundary should be fixed by the Treaty and the United States would settle all outstanding questions between the two nations Date 1845 issued Subject n us tx Gaines Edmund Pendleton 1777 1849 Almonte Juan Nepomuceno 1803 1869 Santa Anna Antonio López de 1794 1876 Houston Sam 1793 1863 Jackson Andrew 1767 1845 Santa Anna Antonio López de 1794 1876 Imprisonment San Jacinto Battle of Tex 1836 Texas History Revolution 1835 1836 Texas History Revolution 1835 1836 Prisoners and prisons Note Last page s of letter

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  • An account of William Walker's last expedition, 1860?.
    in 1860 The account mentions meeting Walker and his filibuster officers Anthony Francis Rudler Thomas Henry and Thomas Dolan on the schooner John E Taylor and finding out Walker s plan to use Roatán as a base of operation in his attempt to regain Nicaragua Date 1860 issued Subject ncho Walker William 1824 1860 Rudler Anthony Francis Henry Thomas Dolan Thomas John E Taylor Schooner Americans Honduras History 19th century Filibusters Central America History 19th century Roatán Honduras Honduras History 1838 1933 Note Included in folder are a photocopy of the manuscript and a photocopy of the preface index and chapter XXIII from Filibusters and Financiers the Story of William Walker and His Associates by William O Scroggs New York The MacMillan Company 1916 Use of the collection is unrestricted William Walker was an American adventurer who engaged in filibustering by organizing private military expeditions into Latin America to establish English speaking colonies that he could control He became President of the Republic of Nicaragua in 1856 and ruled until 1857 when he was defeated by a coalition of Central American armies and in 1860 he was executed by the Honduran goverment after invading Roatán in the Bay Islands of

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