California: Its Gold and Its Inhabitants

Sir Henry Huntley

British nobelman Huntley spent most of his life in the New World. This is a reprint of his memoirs of travels and adventures in northern California during the Gold Rush, first published in the 19th century.

Out of print. Only three hardcover copies left in stock.


230 pages, 8-½" x 11", full-color cover from the original edition, 75 historical line art illustrations, 79 photographs. Published by Carl Mautz Publishing ISBN 1-887694-22-6 cloth

$40.00

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