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Reviewed Works: Plotting the Golden West: American Literature and the Rhetoric of the California Trail by Stephen Fender; Seeking the Elephant, 1849: James M. Hutchings' Overland Journal by Shirley Sargent; James Graham Cooper: Pioneer Western Naturalist by Eugene Coan; Mountain Climber: George B. Bayley, 1840-1894 by Evelyn H. Chase; Joaquin Murrieta and His Horse Gangs by Frank Latta; Borax Pioneer: Francis Marion Smith by George Hildebrand; The Stow Affair: Anti-Semitism in the California Legislature by Budd Westreich; Charles Hopper and the Pilgrims of the Pacific: A 1841 California Pioneer, His Narrative and Other Documents by Franklin Beard; Gold Diggers and Camp Followers: The Nevada County Chronicles, 1845-1851 by David A. Comstock, Ronald Genini
Review by: W. Michael Mathes
Vol. 61, No. 4 (Winter, 1983), pp. 306-308
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