Political affairs in California : ms., 1883.


Low, Frederick Ferdinand, 1828-1894. Political affairs in California : ms., 1883.

Political affairs in California : ms., 1883.

Voyage to California, 1849, via Panama; description of San Francisco; mining experiences; merchandising in San Francisco; steamboat interests; banking; election to Congress, 1861, and to governorship, 1863; political events; Southern Pacific Railroad; foreign immigration, particularly Chinese.

Originals : 77 leaves ; 31 cm.Copies : partial microfilm reel : negative (Rich. 530:5) and positive.

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