Miller, Joaquin. Joaquin Miller, His California Diary, Beginning in 1855 and Ending in 1857. Edited with an introduction by John Stewart Richards. Seattle, WA: Frank McCaffrey, at his Dogwood Press, 1936. 106 pages. 700 copies printed in first edition. [PMC] [BAN] [RCL] [OHS] [MES] [LHM] [UOL has two copies.] [OAK has Copy #79 and #147 on file.] [HON has Copy #86 and #180 on file] [Reprinted in part, with additions by Alan Rosenus, Urion Press. See Selected Writings of Joaquin Miller, 1977] [See also 1936.] [MCK] [MGK]
-----. An untitled poem created on December 6, 1855 appeared in his diary (Miller 1977:145-146). It was signed, "By Hiner Miller of O.T. Squaw town, Shasta Co. Cal." [MCK]. First line “Alone I sit in my cabin today…” (Miller 1977: 145-146) [MGK]
“Upper Sacramento Indians.” Shasta Courier, 11 August 1855 [Mention of Miller being wounded] [MCK]
Joaquin Miller Papers: To Various Individuals: ALS, 1855 5 May - 1907 10 May.
[WC] [BERK] “Includes 18 letters and 1 postcard, many to the California author Howard Sutherland concerning articles he was writing on Miller's books. Also includes 2 autograph manuscript copies of poems or portions of poems by Miller” [WC] [MCK]