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Destitute pea pickers in California. Mother of seven children. Age thirty-two. Nipomo, California

America.

Audience de Guadalajara, Nouveau Mexique, Californie, &c.

Pascaerte vande Zvyd-zee tussche California, en Ilhas de Ladrones.

Paskaerte van Nova Granada en t'Eylandt California.

The isle of California, New Mexico, Louisiane, the river Misisipi, and the lakes of Canada.

The isle of California, New Mexico, Louisiane, the river Misisipi, and the lakes of Canada.

A new & exact map of the coast, countries and islands within ye limits of ye South Sea Company, from ye River Aranoca to Terra del Fuego, and from thence through ye South Sea, to ye north part of California &c. with a view of the general and coasting Trade-winds, and perticular draughts of the most important bays, ports &c. ...

Connecticut.

Messico, ouvero Nuova-Spagna : che contiene il Nuovo Messico, la California con una parte de paesi adjacenti

Schinus molle = Mollé à folioles dentées. [Brazilian pepper tree, Peruvian music tree, California pepper tree etc.]

Vue de Presidio Sn. Francisco.

Map of an exploring expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the year 1842 and to Oregon & north California in the years 1843-44

Map of an exploring expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the year 1842 and to Oregon & north California in the years 1843-44

Map of an exploring expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the year 1842 and to Oregon & north California in the years 1843-44

Map of an exploring expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the year 1842 and to Oregon & north California in the years 1843-44

No. 15 map of Oregon and Upper California

San Francisco upper California in January 1849.

Map of the United States, the British provinces, Mexico, &c. : showing the routes of the U.S. mail steam packets to California and a plan of the gold region

San Francisco upper California in 1847.

Post office, San Francisco, California.

San Diego?

Sacramento City Ca. from the foot of J. Streets, showing I. J. and K. Sts. with the Sierra Nevada in the distance.

The city of Monterey, California 1842.

Sutters Fort [California] 1849.

Los Angeles. U.S.P.R.R. Exp. and Surveys. Cal. Plate X

Sentinel Rock, 3270 feet high.

Grizzly Giant.

Hutching's Hotel and the Merced River.

Glacier Point, from Mirror Lake.

The cross-cut in the big tree.

The Three Brothers, Yosemite Valley, Cal., U.S.A.

Inspiration Point.

Truckee River at Verdi, east of the Sierra Nevada mountains, Nevada, Central Pacific R.R.

Thurlow Lodge, res. of M.S. Latham, Menlo Park.

Cloud's Rest, 6,450 feet high, from the Little Yosemite Valley.

Stone embankment at Cape Horn.

Vernal Fall and Cap of Liberty, Yosemite Valley, California.

The Three Brothers, 4000 ft. high.

Yosamite Falls, Yosemite Valley, California.

Sperry & Perry's Hotel, Big Tree Grove, California.

Ferdinand de Lessops,250 feet high, 84 feet in circumference.

Section of the original Big Tree, diameter 25 feet, Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.

South Dome from South Fork.

Lamon's Log Cabin, the first erected in the Valley,

[Tourists on horseback, Yosemite Falls, California.]

The Three Brothers, 4000 feet high. View from the Marced River.

Summit Valley, the head-waters of the Yuba River. Donner Peak and Pass in the distance.

Vernal Fall, height, 400 feet, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

El Capitan, 3300 ft. from the Merced River.

"Starvation Camp." Stumps of trees cut by the Donner Party in Summit Valley, Placer Co., 1846.

El Capitan, Yo Semite Valley, California.

Nevada Falls, 700 feet high.

Beautiful Mirror Lake, Yosemite Valley, Cal. U.S.A.

P.T. Barnum's party in Yosemite Valley, Cal.

General view of the Valley, from Inspiration Point.

Keystone! Big trees of California.

The Three Brothers.

Cathedral Rocks and Spires, 2670 feet high. View from the Merced.

Yo Semite Falls, 2,634 feet high.

Father of the Forest, 400 feet long, Cal.

South Dome and Merced River, Cal.

Sentinel Rocks.

Mammoth Trees, California.

Yosemite Valley from above, Cal.

Fallen Tree, Father of the Forest, circumference 112 ft. Mammoth trees of Calaveras Co., California.

Cathedral Rocks, 2,400 feet high, from near Black's Hotel, Merced River.

Merced R., Hutching's Hotel, and Sentinel Rock, Cal.

View on the Merced. Hutching's Hotel and Sentinel Rock.

Third or Lower Yosemite Falls, 600 ft. high.

[Clark Foss and his Geyser Team.]

Bridal Veil Falls and Union Rock, Cal.

Mirror of Yosemite Falls, 2,634 feet high, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

The Witches' Cauldron.

Bridal Veil Falls, xxx feet high, Yos. val. Cal.

Yosemite Valley, from Glacier Point Trail.

Calaveras Grove Hotel.

Nevada Falls, 700 feet, Cal.

Our Company, Yosemite Valley.

The New road into the Yosemite.

Mt. Ord. from the Lake in Bloody Canyon.

At the base of the Grizzly Giant (cir. 106 ft), Mariposa Grove, California., U.S.A.

Reflections of Washington Tower, Royal Arches and North Dome in the Merced.

Summit of South Dome. View from Cloud's Rest Mt. Little Yosemite Valley.

But-end section of the Original Big Tree, diameter 25 feet, Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.

Nevada Fall, 600 feet high.

Looking up the Merced River, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Vernal and Nevada Falls, from Glacier Point, Yo Semite Valley, Cal.

Union Point and Half Dome.

Three Brothers, Cal.

The City and Bay, from Russian Hill, looking down Vallejo Street.

Mirror Lake, Watkins' and Clouds' Rest, Mts. and reflections.

Mt. Ord, from Lake in Bloody Canyon, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Smith's Cosmopolitan Hotel.

The Devil's Tea Kettle, Sonoma County, Cal.

Black Butte and Crystal Lake, 90 miles from Sacramento.

Panoramic view of of San Francisco, No. 3. Taken from the corner of Sacramento and Taylor Sts.

[View of a large building (school?) Stockton, California.]

North Dome, 3729 feet high.

Lower Yo-Semite Fall from the Ford, Yo-Semite Valley, Mariposa County.

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