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Alta California Bookstore. Edwin Deakin 1838-1923. Berkeley, Ca.: Alta California Bookstore, 1963. [Exhibition Catalogue.]

Anderson, Nancy K. and Linda S. Ferber. Albert Bierstadt: Art & Enterprise. Brooklyn: The

Brooklyn Museum, 1991.

Apperson, Orbell O. “The Sisson Story.” In: The Siskiyou Pioneer. Volume Two, Number Two. Fall, 1952.

Arkelian, Marjorie. The Kahn Collection of Nineteenth-Century Paintings by Artists in California. Oakland: The Oakland Museum, 1975.

Arkelian, Marjorie Dakin. Thomas Hill : The Grand View. Oakland: The Oakland Museum, 1980.

Austin, Mary. California: The Land of the Sun. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1914.

Bade, William Frederick. The Life and Letters of John Muir Vol. II. New York: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1924.

Baird, Joseph Armstrong , Jr. France and California : The Impact of French Art and Culture on California. Davis: University of California at Davis, 1967. [Exhibition Catalogue.]

Baird, Joseph Armstrong. Jr. From Frontier to Fire: California Painting from 1816 to 1906. Davis: University of California at Davis, 1964. [Exhibition Catalogue.]

Baird, Joseph Armstrong , Jr. Views of Yosemite : The Last Stance of the Romantic Landscape. Fresno: Fresno Arts Center, 1982. [Exhibition Catalogue.]

Barber, Lynn. The Heyday of Natural History : 1820 to 1870. Garden City: Doubleday, 1980.

Barchus, Agnes. Eliza R. Barchus : The Oregon Artist. Portland: Binford & Mort, 1974.

Beckwith, Lieutenant E. G. Reports of Explorations and Surveys to Ascertain the Most Practicable and Economic Route for a Railroad from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean, Volume II. Washington, D.C.: A.O.P. Nicholson, 1855.

Bingham, Edwin R. Charles F. Lummis: Editor of the Southwest. San Marino: The Huntington Library, 1955.

Blue and Gold, 1922. Berkeley: University of California, 1921. [Yearbook]

Bohling Book Company. California Catalog. Decatur: Bohling Book Company, Feb. 1989.

Bohn, Dave. The Wondrous Scene : Early Engravings, Drawings, Paintings, & Photographs of the Landscape Now Known as Glacier Bay National Monument. Santa Barbara,: Goose Cove Press, 1973.

Brewer, William H. Up and Down California in 1860-1864. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1966.

Broekhoff, Helen V. Thad Welch Pioneer and Painter. Oakland: Oakland Art Museum, 1966.

Brother Cornelius. Keith : Old Master of California , Volume I. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1942.

Brother Cornelius. Keith : Old Master of California, Volume II. Fresno: Academy Library Guild, 1956.

Bryant, William Cullen. Picturesque America , Volumes I & II. New York: D. Appelton and Company, 1872.

Bushnell, David I, Jr. Drawings by George Gibbs in the Far Northwest, 1849 - 1851. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1938.

California Mid-Winter International Exposition. The Official History of the California Mid-Winter Exposition. San Francisco: H.S.Crocker Co., 1894.

**Carmel Art Association. The Legacy of Percy Gray. Carmel: Carmel Art Association, 1999

Carstensen, Vernon. Pacific Northwest Letters of George Gibbs. Portland: Oregon Historical Society, 1954.

Cassin, John. Mammalogy and Ornithology; and separate Atlas. Philadelphia: C. Sherman, 1858. Vol. VIIIb plus Atlas, United States Exploring Expedition Reports.

Chamberlain, Gala. W.S. Rice Color Woodcuts. Santa Rosa: Annex Galleries, 1984. [Exhibition Catalogue.]

Clement, Clara and Hutton, Laurence. Artists of the Nineteenth Century and Their Works. Fifth Edition. Boston: Ticknor and Company, 1884.

Conn, Richard G. and Kennedy, Stephen. An Art Perspective of the Historic Northwest. Montana Historical Society and the Eastern Washington Historical Society, 1963. [Exhibition Catalogue.]

Dickason, David H. “Clarence King- Scientist and Art Amateur.” In: Art in America. Volume 32, Number 1. January 1944.

Dillon, Richard. Siskiyou Trail. New York: McGraw Hill, 1975.

Dinnean, Lawrence. Nineteenth Century Illustrators of California Sights & Scenes. Berkeley: The Friends of the Bancroft Library, 1986.

Easton and Eldridge, Auctioneers. Catalogue of Oil Paintings Comprising the Works of William Keith. San Francisco: Easton and Eldridge, 1881. [Exhibition Catalogue.]

Eberstadt, Edward. The Northwest Coast: Personal Narratives of Discovery, Conquest, and Exploration - Catalog No. 119. New York: Eberstadt and Sons, 1941.

Egan, Ferol. Fremont, Explorer for a Restless Nation. New York: Doubleday and Co., 1977.

Eichorn, A. F. The Mt. Shasta Story. Mt. Shasta: Mt.Shasta Herald, 1987. First printing- 1957.

Elam, Charles H. The Peale Family. Detroit: Detroit Institute of Arts, 1967.

Engsberg, Robert., editor. John Muir: Summering in the Sierra. Madison: University of Wisconsin, 1984.

Ferber, Linda S., and Gerdts, William H. The New Path: Ruskin and the American Pre-Raphaelites. Brooklyn: The Brookyln Museum, 1985.

**Fletcher, Robert H., editor. The Annals of the Bohemian Club, 1872-80. [n.p.]: Bohemian Club, 1900. Second edition.

Fremont, John Charles. Geographical Memoir Upon Upper California in Illustration of His Map of Oregon and California. Washington: Tippin and Streeper, 1849.

Frisbee, Mabel Moores. Shasta, the Queen City. San Francisco: California Historical Society, 1973.

Gerald Peters Gallery. Beirstadt's West: September 11 - October 24, 1997. New York: Gerald Peters Gallery, 1997.

Gerdts, William H. American Impressionism. Seattle: Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, 1980. [Exhibition Catalogue.]

Gibbs, George. Dictionary of Chinook Jargon. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1863.

Giffen, Helen S. Pierson Barton Reading. Redding: Shasta Historical Society, 1985.

Greenhow, Robert. Memoir, Historical and Political on the Northwest Coast of North America. Washington: Blair and Rives, 1840.

Groce, George C. and Wallace, David H. The New York Historical Society's Dictionary of Artists in America: 1564 - 1860. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1957.

Goetzmann, William H. and Goetzmann, William N. The West of the Imagination. New York: W. W. Norton, 1986.

Haily, Gene., editor. W.P.A. Project 2874: Abstract from California Art Research, Volume 5.

Harrison, Alfred C. Jr. William Keith: The Saint Mary's College Collection. Moraga: Hearst Art Gallery at Saint Mary's College of California, 1988.

Haskell, Daniel C. The United States Exploring Expedition, 1832-1842 and its Publications 1844-1874. New York: Greenwood Press, 1968. [reprint, originally published in 1942 by the New York Public Library.]

Henry, John Frazier. Early Maritime Artists of the Pacific Northwest Coast, 1741-1841. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1984.

Hill, Robert R. Catalogue of the Paintings and Sketches of the Late Thomas Hill, the Great American Artist. San Francisco, 1910. [Exhibition Catalogue.]

Hine, Robert V. In the Shadow of Fremont: Edward Kern and the Art of American Exploration, 1845-1860. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1982.

Hine, Robert V. Bartlett's West : Drawing the Mexican Boundary. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1968.

Hogarth, Paul. Artists on Horseback: the Old West in Illustrated Journalism 1857-1900. New York: Watson-Guptill, 1972.

Hood, Washington. Map of the United States Territory of Oregon West of the Rocky Mountains. Washington: Bureau of Topographical Engineers, 1838.

Hughes, Edan Milton. Artists in California 1786-1940. 2nd Edition. San Francisco: Hughes Publishing Company, 1989.

Johnson, Allen and Malone, Dumas. Dictionary of American Biography. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1958.

Johnstone, E. McD. Shasta: the Keystone of California Scenery. Buffalo: Art Printing Works of Matthews, Northrup and Company, 1887.

Jones, Ruth T. “Dunsmuir.” In: The Siskiyou Pioneer, Volume 4, Number 1. 1968.

Larkin, Edgar Lucien. A Dweller on Two Planets ... Analysis and Statement. Los Angeles: Larkin, 1921.

Laird, Helen. Carl Oscar Borg and the Magic Region. Layton: Gibbs M. Smith, Inc., 1986.

LaPena, Frank R. “My World is a Gift of my Teachers.” In: The Extension of Tradition. 1985. [Exhibition Catalogue.]

LaPena, Frank R. The World is a Gift. San Francisco: Limestone Press, 1987.

Littell, Katherine Mather. Chris Jorgensen: California Pioneer Artist. Sonora, California: Fine Arts Research Publishing Co., 1988.

Ludlow, Fritz Hugh. "On Horseback Into Oregon." In: Atlantic Monthly Magazine, Volume XIV, July, 1864.

Lundquist, Dorthy W. "The Sissons." In: The Siskiyou Pioneer, Volume V, Number Four, 1981.

Mahood, Ruth I., editor. A Gallery of California Mission Paintings by Edwin Deakin. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, 1966.

Manning, Thomas G. Government in Science: The U.S. Geological Survey, 1867 - 1894. Kentucky [n.p.]: University of Kentucky, 1967.

Masson, Marcelle. A Bag of Bones: Legends of the Wintu Indians of Northern California. Happy Camp: Naturegraph Company, 1966.

Masson, Marcelle. “Grant Towendolly.” The Siskiyou Pioneer . August, 1947.

**Maxwell Galleries. American Painting: A Comprehensive Exhibition February 23 thru April 7, 1973. San Francisco: Maxwell Galleries, 1973. [Exhibition Catalogue].

McClelland, Gordon T. The California Style: California Watercolor Artists 1925-1955.

McDonald, Calvin B. "Ascent of Mt. Shasta." In: The Hesperian, Vol. 5. No. 5. San Francisco, Nov. 1860.

Miller, Dwight. California Landscape Painting, 1860-1885: Artists around Keith and Hill. Palo Alto: Stanford Art Gallery, 1976. [Exhibition Catalogue.]

Miller, Joaquin. Unwritten History: Life Amonst the Modocs. [Illustrated edition] Hartford: American Publishing Company, 1874.

Moure, Nancy Dustin Wall. The California Watercolor Society Prize Winners 1931-1954; Index to Exhibitions 1921-1954. Los Angeles: privately printed, 1975.

Moure, Nancy Dustin Wall. Publications in Southern California Art, 1,2,3. Glendale: Dustin Publications, 1984.

Muir, John. Picturesque California and the Region West of the Rocky Mountains. San Francisco: J. Dewing Company, 1888.

Murray, W. W. “Wyntoon.” In: The Siskiyou Pioneer. Volume 3, Number 1. 1958.

Neasham, Ernest R. Fall River Valley: An Examination of Historical Sources. Sacramento: The Citadel Press, 1985.

Nelson-Rees, Walter. Albert Thomas Derome, 1885-1959. Oakland: WIM, 1988.

Olmstead, Roger. Editorial. In: The American West Magazine, Volume V, Number 4. Palo Alto: 1968,

Olmsted, Roger R. Scenes of Wonder and Curiosity: Hutchings California Magazine 1856 through 1861. Berkeley: Howell-North, 1962.

Osborn, Carol M. Museums Builders in the West: The Stanfords as Collectors and Patrons of Art 1870 -1906. Palo Alto: Stanford University Museum of Art, 1986.

Osborne, Lewis., editor. John Muir: Notes on My Journeying in California's Northern Mountains. Ashland: 1974.

Parker, Rev. Samuel A.M. Journal of an Exploring Tour Beyond the Rocky Mountains: With a Map of the Oregon Territory. Auburn: J, C. Derby Co., 1845. Fifth Edition, with 1838 Map unchanged.

Peale, Titian Ramsay. Mammalia and Ornithology. Philadelphia: C.Sherman, 1848. Vol. VIIIa , United States Exploring Expedition. [note: 1978 reprint by Arno Press]

Penwell, Donna C. The Boggs Collection: Paintings by Artists in California. Shasta City: California Department of Parks & Recreation, (Shasta State Historic Park, W.L. Smith Memorial Gallery), n.d.

Reid, Mayne. The Scalp Hunters. New York: F.M.Lupton Company, 1899. First edition published in 1851.

Robertson, David. West of Eden: A History of the Art and Literature of Yosemite. Yosemite: Yosemite Natural History Association and Wilderness Press, 1984.

Russell, Israel C. “Existing Glaciers of the United States.” In: United States Geological Survey: Fifth Annual Report, J.W. Powell, director. Washington: U.S,G.S, 1884.

Samuels, Peggy and Harold. Samuels Encyclopedia of Artists of the American West. New Jersey: Castle, 1985.

Scanlon, Hugh F. “Through the Sacramento River Canyon in 1841.” In: The Siskiyou County Pioneer. Volume 4, Number 1. 1968

Schwartz, Ellen. Nineteenth Century San Francisco Art Exhibition Catalogs: A Descriptive Checklist and Index. Davis: Library Associates, University of California at Davis, 1981.

Schwartz, Ellen. Northern California Art Exhibition Catalogues (1878-1915). A Descriptive Checklist & Index. La Jolla: Laurence McGilvery, 1990.

Seavey, Kent L. A Century of California Painting: 1870-1970. Los Angeles: 1970. [Exhibition Catalogue.]

Seavey, Kent L. Charles Dorman Robinson 1847-1933. San Francisco: California Historical Society, 1966. [Exhibition Catalogue.]

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**Sonoma County Museum. Along the Russian River: An Artistic Interpretation. Sonoma: Sonoma County Museum, 1990. [Exhibition Catalogue]

Spangenberg, Helen. Yesterday's Artists on the Monterey Peninsula. Monterey: Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art, 1976.

Stanton, William. The Great United States Exploring Expedition of 1838-1841. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1975.

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Stenzel, Franz. Cleveland Rockwell, Scientist and Artist 1837- 1907. Portland, Oregon: Oregon Historical Society, 1972.

Stuhl, Edward. Wildflowers of Mount Shasta. Klamath Falls: Clementine Publishing Company, 1981.

Taft, Robert. Artists and Illustrators of the Old West 1850-1900. New York: Charles Scribners and Sons, 1953.

Templeman, Eleanor Lee. “Descendants of Major Pierson Barton Reading.” In: The Covered Wagon (Annual publication of the Shasta Historical Society.) 1983.

Trenton, Patricia and Hassrick, Peter H. The Rocky Mountains: A Vision for Artists in the Nineteenth Century. Norman: University of Oaklahoma Press, 1983.

Truettner, William C. The West as America : Reinterpreting Images of the Frontier. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press/ National Museum of American Art, 1991.

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Weiss, Ila. The Art and Experience of Sanford R. Gifford. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1987.

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Wharton, George James. Harry Cassie Best: Painter of the Yosemite Valley, California Oaks, and California Mountains. c. 1910. [pamphlet]

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Whitton, Donald C. and Johnson, Robert E. Percy Gray. San Francisco: Whitton, 1970.

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Wilkins, Thurman. Clarence King. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1958.

Wilkins, Thurman. Thomas Moran: Artist of the Mountains. Oaklahoma: University of Oaklahoma Press, 1966.

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