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The buckeye rovers in the Gold Rush / edited with an introduction by Howard L. Scamehorn ; an edition of two diaries
Bib ID 1540373
Format BookBook
Description Athens, Ohio : Ohio University Press, 1965 
195 p. : 22 cm. 
Notes

Contains the diaries of John Edwin Banks and J. Eliza Armstrong, April 1849 - June 1852.

Subjects Armstrong, J. Elza -- Diaries.  |  Banks, John, active 1849-1851 -- Diaries.  |  Overland journeys to the Pacific.  |  Pioneers -- California -- Diaries.  |  California -- Description and travel.  |  California -- Gold discoveries.  |  West (U.S.) -- Description and travel.
Other authors/contributors Armstrong, J. Elza  |  Banks, John, active 1849-1851  |  Scamehorn, H. Lee (Howard Lee), 1926-

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