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Touching incidents in the life and labors of a pioneer on the Pacific coast since 1853.

by Joseph Wilkinson Hines

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Published by Eaton & co., printers in San Jose, Cal .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Frontier and pioneer life -- California,
  • Ethnic groups -- California,
  • Women -- California,
  • Religion and ethics -- California

  • About the Edition

    Joseph Wilkinson Hines (b. ca. 1824) left New York State in 1853 as a Methodist missionary to Ohio. He later settled in Santa Clara County, California, where he was a prominent Republican and anti-slavery advocate. Touching incidents in the life and labors of a pioneer (1911) is a collection of unrelated papers by Hines: speeches and poems touching such subjects as missionary experiences in Oregon, the history of Santa Clara, Sir George Seymour, Mount Hood, Klamath Indians, woman suffrage, and the University of the Pacific.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF851 .H65
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 p.l., [13]-198 p.
    Number of Pages198
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23348964M
    LC Control Number21001973

    Mar 31,  · life; sports from this study is that it adds to the growing amount of evidence that humans were thriving on North America’s Pacific coast during the last ice age. And as you look at the. Aug 04,  · Heat waves are burning up the West Coast. Here’s why things are so toasty right now. Full Episode. Thursday, Apr Why Death Valley and Author: Roni Dengler.

    Some came by boat around South American and up the Pacific coast. Others came by land, crossing the Rocky Mountains. What were some of the hardships traders faced in the West? They made money by bringing goods west and bringing furs out of the Northwest. Why did settlers travel by wagon train? So, with Government aid, the Central Pacific and Southern Pacific Railroads were launched as independent, competing lines in the State of California and as parts of two through transcontinental routes from the Atlantic seaboard to the Pacific Ocean.

    On the 21st, Lieut. MERCER and myself, with a boat's crew, started to make a reconnoisance of the river and found it clear of ice, and the country had the appearance of being a good place to build. On November 7, , thinking he can see and hear the Pacific Ocean in the distance, William Clark writes his most famous journal entry: "Great joy in camp we are in view of the Ocian, this great Pacific Octean which we have been so long anxious to See." In fact, the Lewis and Clark Expedition is still 20 miles from the sea.


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) left New York State in as a Methodist missionary to Ohio. He later settled in Santa Clara County, California, where he was a prominent Republican and. Feb 18,  · Touching incidents in the life and labors of a pioneer () is a collection of unrelated papers by Hines: speeches and poems touching such subjects as missionary experiences in Oregon, the history of Santa Clara, Sir George Seymour, Mount Hood, Klamath Indians, woman suffrage, and the University of the PacificPages: 2 TOUCHING INCIDENTS IN THE LIFE AND LABORS OF A PIONEER ON THE PACIFIC COAST SINCE EATON & CO., PRINTERS SAN Some of the Perils of Pioneer Days THIS little volume had its conception in a strong and prevailing desire manifested amongst the early settlers on the Pacific Coast to learn something of each others past experience.

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