Hobler, Francis, b. 1797.

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Francis Hobler, secretary of the London Numismatic Society, author of "Records of Roman History," and amateur botanist, travelled to America in 1860. He travelled overland to San Francisco and lived on a sheep ranch with a married brother. In 1863, he returned to England, but soon returned to California.

From the description of Francis Hobler papers, 1860-1866. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702130252

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United States
Great Britain
California
California--San Francisco
San Francisco (Calif.)
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New Englanders
Overland journeys to the Pacific
Slavery
Cattle
New Jerusalem Church
Gold mines and mining
Religion
Occupation
Diaries--Great Britain
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Birth 1797

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