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Sixteen Months at the Gold Diggings

By Woods, Daniel Bates

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Title: Sixteen Months at the Gold Diggings  
Author: Woods, Daniel Bates
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Language: English
Subject: Business, Bookkeeping, Accounting
Collections: American Libraries Collection
Historic
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1851
Publisher: New York, Harper & brothers

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Bates, 1809-189, W. D. (1851). Sixteen Months at the Gold Diggings. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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Daniel B. Woods of Philadelphia sailed to California in February 1849, crossing Mexico to San Blas, and arriving in San Francisco in June. Sixteen months at the gold diggings (1851) recounts those travels as well as his experiences as a prospector in the Northern Mines on the American River and at Hart's Bar and other camps in the Southern Mines before starting home in November, 1850. His book offers an exceptionally realistic picture of the drudgery of mining and the business side of miners' companies

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Contributor: The Library of Congress ; The digitization of this title was sponsored by Sloan Foundation


 

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