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NOTES

Chapter 5. The Making of a Forty-Niner

1. E. Booth, Autobiography, 40.

2. E. Booth to M. A. Booth, October 25, 1849.

3. Ibid.

4. E. Booth, Autobiography, 41.

5. Ibid., 42.

6. Ibid.

7. Ibid., 43.

8. Ibid., 44.

9. E. Booth to M. A. Booth, March 19, 1850.

10. E. Booth, Autobiography, 46.

11. M. A. Booth to E. Booth, January 3, 1850.

12. Ibid.

13. Ibid.

14. Not long afterwards, Edmund told Mary Ann that Clough had gone to the Middle Fork of the American River, where other miners had seen him. He was 50 miles away.

15. M. A. Booth to E. Booth, January 3, 1850.

16. E. Booth to M. A. Booth, March 19, 1850.

17. Ibid.

18. E. Booth to M. A. Booth, April 24, 1850.


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