Title:E.R. Cartwright papers, 1859-1862
Creator/Contributor:Cartwright, E. R., creator
Diary, April 8, 1859-July 24, 1862, describing voyage from New York to San Francisco via Panama and Acapulco; experiences
mining at Rich Gulch, farming in the Stockton area, and teaching school in San Joaquin County; mention of floods of the winter
of 1861/1862, and of vacation to the Big Trees, 1862.
With this; teacher's certificate, 1860; teacher's reports for Schools in San Joaquin County, 1860-1862; and photocopy of genealogical
table of the Cartwright family prepared by Beatrice Luella (Cartwright) Crist, circa 1968.
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Cartwright, E. R -- Archives
Voyages to the Pacific coast -- Personal narratives
Education -- California -- San Joaquin County
Gold mines and mining -- California
Floods -- California
San Francisco (Calif.) -- Description and travel
San Joaquin County (Calif.)
California -- Description and travel
Also available on microfilm.
E.R. Cartwright papers, BANC MSS 69/116 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
1 volume, 1 oversize folder (0.15 linear feet)
1 microfilm reel : negative (Rich. 951:7)
BANC MSS 69/116 c v.1
BANC MSS 69/116 c oversize folder 1