Tales of the Gold Rush – Bret Harte (1944)


Tales of the Gold Rush – Bret Harte (1944)


Title: Tales of the Gold Rush
Author: Bret Harte, Oscar Lewis (intro), Fletcher Martin (illus)
Publisher: The Heritage Press, 1944
Condition: Hardcover, cloth and card boards with matching slipcase. Good+, interior clean, below average wear otherwise.

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The Luck of Roaring camp.–

The outcasts of Poker Flat.–


Tennessee’s partner.–

Brown of Calaveras.–

The idyl of Red Gulch.–

The iliad of Sandy Bar.–

The Poet of Sierra Flat.–

How Santa Claus came to Simpson’s bar.–

An apostle of the Tules.–

An ingenue of the Sierras.–

A protegee of Jack Hamlin’s.–

Prosper’s “Old mother”.

Francis Bret Harte (August 25, 1836 – May 6, 1902) was an American author and poet, best remembered for his accounts of pioneering life in California. More at wikipedia.