Lambert Littlefield and some members of his family came to California from Maine in the 1850s and engaged in gold mining,
lumbering, and mercantile pursuits. The collection consists of correspondence between Littlefield and family members including
letters from Sutter Creek and other gold fields.
Lambert Littlefield and some members of his family came to California from Maine in the 1850s; during the gold rush and immediate
aftermath, they engaged in gold mining, lumbering, and mercantile pursuits.
1 box (.5 linear ft.)
(91 letters and transcripts in 1 document box)
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