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Bidwell, John. To J[ohn] A. Sutter. New Salem, Dec. 21, 1847.
Transmits estimate of white and Indian population in Sacramento Valley. With enclosure (1 l.).
Dunleavey, J[ames] G. T. To Geo[rge] McKinstry. San Francisco, Feb. 6, 1847.
Prays for the success of the Donner relief party.
Halleck, H[enry] W[ager]. Circular (manuscript copy). State Dept. of the Territory of California. Monterey, Sept. 18, 1847.
Requests statistics on population.
Jones, Tho[ma]s ap C[atesby]. To Geo[rge] McKinstry. San Francisco, Jan. 19, 184.
Mistakenly dated 1848. Concerns McKinstry's request for a special license for the Peruvian brig "Calderon."
K[ern], E[dward] M. To [George] McKinstry, Mar. 7, 1847.
Requests men and ammunition.
[McKinstry, George]. To K____, n.d.
Draft? 2 p.
An account of the first ascent of the Sacramento River by a steamboat.
[McKinstry, George] ? To J. C. Cremoney, n.d.
Concerns early steamboats in the San Francisco Bay and on the Sacramento River. With clipping pasted on.
Ring, Preston. To Geo[rge] McKinstry. Ogdensburgh, N.Y., Jan. 30, 1865.
Concerns political events and the Civil War.
Russell, William H.
See Letter, Sutter to Bartlett, Nov. 10, 1846.
Sinclair, John. 5 letters to George McKinstry. Alcalde's Office, Sacramento District, 1846-1848.
Each 1 l., with address or endorsement on versos.
Requesting McKinstry, as sheriff, to serve summonses.
Stanton, Philip V. R. To George McKinstry. Brooklyn, [N.Y.], Feb. 14, 1848.
Concerning his brother, Charles Tyler Stanton, member of the Donner Party, who died in the rescue operation.
Sutter, John A[ugustus]. To Wash[ingto]n A. Bartlett. Fort Sacramento, Nov. 10, 1846.
In the handwriting of William H. Russell. Protests the attachment levied on his real estate. Endorsement by John Sinclair.
Sutter, J[ohn] A[ugustus]. To W[ashington] A. Bartlett. New Helvetia, Dec. 9, 1846.
2 p. Copy.
Comments on the legal questions involved in Bartlett's action.
[Sutter, John Augustus]. To H[enry] W[ager] Halleck. Fort Sacramento, Dec. 20, 1847.
Written for him by George McKinstry; in reply to Halleck's request for population statistics.
L'Océanie Francaise: Journal de Tahiti. Issue of Sept. 29, 1844.
Removed for separate cataloging.
[Statistics on population and livestock, Sacramento Valley], Nov. 1846.
Names of Part of the Tribes of Indians in the Sacramento Valley and their number. Nov. 1846.
Pay Roll of men Composing Garrison at Fort Sacramento from Nov 9/46 to Feby 26 1847.
Certifications by Edw[ard] M. Kern, 1st Lieut. Cal. Bat. Commanding Port Sacramento.
[Statistics on Indian tribes, Sacramento Valley]
Endorsed on back: J. A. Gattens, Estimate Indian Population - Dec. 20th, 1847.
Statistics of Population etc of the district including the country east of the San Joaquin and Sacramento Rivers Upper California,
Dec 20th, 1847.
Endorsement on back: "Copy" . . . Sent to the Sec of State upper Cal Jany 8th 1848 by J. A. Sutter Sub Indian Agent.
Printed invitation to an anniversary ball, Sutter's Fort, July 4, 1849.
Addressed to G. McKinstry. J. McDougall, B. P. Cornwall, W. K. Grimshaw, T. M. Ames and H. A. Schoolcraft listed as managers.
Clipping from the
Sacramento Daily Union, May 25, 1860 concerning first American census in California.
Pasted on: tickets for the 1849 election in California.