History of New California
Its Resources and People - Edited by Leigh H. Irvine - Lewis Publishing 1905
Jacque Lopez says about the transcription of this book:
"In dealing with this subject the purpose has been to represent only those certain localities that have practically made the history of the state and this with the especial reference to Central California, including the great Sacramento, San Joaquin and Santa Clara valleys and the magnificent district bordering on the bay of San Francisco."
These two volumes represent a brief history of the state of California as well as over 600 biographies of the pioneers who settled and developed the central valley of California.
Many thanks to Jacque for accomplishing this great work for the MARDOS Memorial Library.
In Tamal Land
(Marin Co., California)
1906 by Helen Bingham
every name index added by Ted & Carole Miller, the best transcription team west of the Rockies. Half of the books included in the Memorial Library have been transcribed for you out of their love of helping others in research. Want to thank them? Post them at: email@example.com
Stage to California"
1901 by F. A. Root and Wm. Connelley -
Frank Root was messenger on stagecoach line and early employee of the US postal service. Material related to KS, CO & NE, includes information on Overland drivers, messengers & station keepers. PONY EXPRESS chapter. Photos & biographical information for some people who are difficult to trace. Original index included. Transcribed by Ted & Carole Miller.
© 2010 ~ Pam MARDOS Rietsch
Livingston County MI Historical & Genealogical Site