3 edition of The gold diggings of Cape Horn found in the catalog.
The gold diggings of Cape Horn
Microfiche. Chicago : Library Resources, 1970. 1 microfiche ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of American civilization ; LAC 14899)
|Statement||by John R. Spears.|
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 14899.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 319 p.|
|Number of Pages||319|
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There were two routes -- around Cape Horn, a trip that could take months, or from Eastern ports or New Orleans, across Panama by dugout canoe and mule, and then up to California, a trip that could. Colton's map accompanied Fayette Robinson's guidebook, California and its Gold Regions. In this map, the gold region is hand-colored in yellow. The overland routes to California and Oregon are marked by hand. Colton included inset maps entitled "Map of the Gold Region, California" and route around Cape Horn, and an illustration of Pyramid Lake.
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THE GOLD DIGGINGS OF CAPE HORN. CHAPTER I. AFTER CAPE HORN GOLD. If any of the readers of this book have an unrestrainable longing for wild adventure, with the possibility of suddenly acquiring riches thrown in as an incentive to endurance, let them pack their outfits and hasten away to the region lying between Cape Horn and the Straits of Magellan to dig for gold.
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About the Book Study Guides are books can be used by students to enhance or speed their comprehension of literatureReviews: 2. The “gold diggings” from the title are mostly done on the east coast of Tierra del Fuego, where, after heavy storms, gold shows up on the black sands.
The quest for gold often creates conflicts with indigenous communities of the area, which Spears takes great care. The Gold Diggings of Cape Horn. 0 5 Author: John R Spears.
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AFTER CAPE HORN GOLD. If any of the readers of this book have an unrestrainable longing for wild adventure, with the possibility of suddenly acquiring riches thrown in as an incentive to endurance, let them pack their outfits and hasten away to the region lying between Cape Horn and the Straits of Magellan to dig for gold.
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Samuel Curtis Upham () was a clerk in a Philadelphia merchant house when he decided to try his luck in California in January, Sailing round the Horn, he visited Rio de Janeiro and Talcahuana before landing in San Francisco.
After a brief career as a gold miner at the Calaveras diggings, Upham moved to Sacramento, where he published the Sacramento Transcript, May-August The layer of black sand carrying gold crops out richer in some places than others, and there are places where the lack of drinking water makes mining impossible, but quite a number of men – perhaps fifty – can be found working the beach for gold between Gallegos and Cape Virgins.
Sep 21, · The voyage around Cape Horn. September 21, By John Putnam Leave a Comment. The gold seekers who chose to sail to California by sea also had their experiences with what might be called Lynch law.
But the men who opted for the long route, around Cape Horn at. Mar 11, · Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. The Gold Diggings of Cape Horn: A Study of Life in Tierra del Fuego and - Free Ebook Project Gutenberg.
Aug 10, · Relying on an impressive array of gold rush diaries and letters, Dolnick skillfully peppers his account with dozens of first-person quotations and experiences, though his focus is on the hopes Author: Walter R.
Borneman. Sailing around Cape Horn was a voyage of 18, nautical miles and took five to eight months. Accommodations on the ships were crowded and uncomfortable. Violent storms off the Cape posed a constant danger to even the Life in the Diggings "Gold-rush California was a tumultuous place.
Mark Twain aptly called it "a wild, free, disorderly. Dec 24, · James White was a 21 year old farmer from Quincy, MA.
In he sailed from Boston around Cape Horn to San Francisco and the gold diggings of California. In .Cape Horn (Spanish: Cabo de Hornos, pronounced [ˈkaβo ðe ˈoɾnos]) is the southernmost headland of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago of southern Chile, and is located on the small Hornos maisonneuve-group.comgh not the most southerly point of South America (which are the Diego Ramírez Islands), Cape Horn marks the northern boundary of the Drake Passage and marks where the Atlantic and Pacific Country: Chile.Early voyages to California () reprints two pieces from the Historical Collections of the Essex Institute.
In the first, Peabody describes his December sailing with a cargo of foodstuffs and mining tools for the California gold camps, where he remained until