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Scharmann"s overland journey to California
Hermann B. Scharmann
Written in English
Herman Scharmann left Germany as head of a company of gold-seekers bound for California in 1849. Scharmann"s overland journey to California (1918) describes his family"s journey from New York to their wagon train in Independence, Missouri, and the trip across the Plains via Fort Kearny and Fort Laramie. When his wife and daughter die shortly after reaching California, Scharmann and two sons push ahead to the gold fields at Feather River and Middle Fork, and the American River and Negro Bar. He offers a brutal picture of the exploitation of emigrant parties and of the drudgery of prospecting and of towns like Marysville, Sacramento, and San Francisco, 1849-1851.
|Statement||from the German of H.B. Scharmann, by Margaret Hoff Zimmermann, A.B., and Erich W. Zimmermann, Ph. D.|
|Contributions||Zimmermann, Margaret Hoff., Zimmermann, Erich W. 1888-|
|LC Classifications||F865 .S31|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||19005305|
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Get this from a library. Scharmann's overland journey to California, from the pages of a pioneer's diary. [Hermann B Scharmann; Margaret Hoff Zimmermann; Erich W Zimmermann] -- Herman Scharmann left Germany as head of a company of gold-seekers bound for California in Scharmann's overland journey to California () describes his family's journey from New York.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "First published " Translation of Landreise nach Californien. Description: pages illustrations. The Overland Journal is OCTA's quarterly journal of scholarly research into the emigrant experience and our 19th century historic trails.
In addition to research articles, the journal regularly includes book reviews, letters to the editor, and a page of diary quotes from original trail diaries. Buy Scharmanns overland journey to California book OVERLAND JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA: FROM THE PAGES OF A PIONEER\'S DIARY (SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHIES REPRINT SERIES) by Scharmann, Hermann B.
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When his wife and daughter die shortly after reaching California, Scharmann and two sons push ahead to the gold fields at Feather River. The wagon trail between Salt Lake City and Los Angeles is one of the most important but least-known roads of nineteenth-century western migration.
Known as the Southern Route, it included the western half of the Old Spanish Trail and was favored because it could be used year-round. This book is the first history of the complete Southern Route and of the people who developed and used it. Based. In Overland Journal launched a series of articles in conjunction with the Australian company Hema Maps.
Christened Overland Routes, the new column shared our favorite tracks from around the nation, while providing readers with the information they needed to complete them via the Explorer app. Emigrant Diaries and Journals. Across the Plains, Mountains and Deserts--Trail Diary Bibliography is a listing of all known diaries and reminiscences and their depositories compiled by Will Bagley in co-operation with the National Park Service.
Paper Trail is the website database created by the Oregon-California Trails Association (OCTA) from thousands of trail-related documents of the 19th. About this Book Catalog Record Details.
Scharmann's overland journey to California, from the pages Scharmann, Hermann B., b. View full catalog. Herman Scharmann left Germany as head of a company of gold-seekers bound for California in Scharmann's overland journey to California () describes his family's journey from New York to their wagon train in Independence, Missouri, and the trip across the Plains via Fort Kearny and Fort Laramie.
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