Book/Printed Material The sunset land; or, The great Pacific slope.
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- The sunset land; or, The great Pacific slope.
- John Todd (1800-1873), a Congregationalist clergyman in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, wrote widely and published several religious magazines. The sunset land (1870) contains Todd's experiences as a visitor to California in the mid 1860s, with essays on the state's history, climate, agricultural products, and geology; gold mining; the Calaveras redwoods; and Yosemite Valley. He devotes a chapter to Mormonism and what he believes to be its inevitable decline; another, to the triumph of the transcontinental railroad; and a third, to the city of San Francisco.
- Contributor Names
- Todd, John, 1800-1873.
- Created / Published
- Boston, Lee and Shepard, 1870.
- Subject Headings
- - California--Description and travel
- - Mormon Church
- - Mines and mineral resources--California
- - Ethnic groups--California
- - Agriculture--California
- - Business--California
- - Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
- 3 p.l., 9-322 p. 18 cm.
- Call Number/Physical Location
- F866 .T6
- Digital Id
- Library of Congress Control Number
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- No known restrictions on publication.
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- online text
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"California as I Saw It:" First-Person Narratives of California's Early Years, 1849-1900.
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