Contains documents from and relating to the Kaweah Colony, the Hartly Bay Lumber, Trading & Fishing Company, the Tasmania
Colony, as well as information on other cooperatives. The Kaweah Colony records include official documents, correspondence,
legal documents from a case with the U.S. Government, a scrapbook and two histories, including one unpublished manuscript
by Martin. Papers also include a small amount of personal and family papers including an unpublished manuscript, "Religion
James John Martin was born in 1845. The early years of his adulthood were spent in railroad endeavors and efforts related
to labor unions. He was instrumental in the establishment of the Coast Seaman's Union of San Francisco in the 1880s.
Number of containers: 5 boxes and 4 volumes
Linear feet: 2.2
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