Miller, Joaquin. “Pay the Printer.” By “Miner,” Lincoln Gulch, Dec. 30, 1863. Boise News 1.16, (January 1864): 1:3 Bannock City, Boise County, Idaho Territory. [A revision of Dr. Watts “rhythm” in 6 stanzas.]. [See 1859 similar poem.] [MGK]
-----. “A New Year View of the World Inside and Out.” By “Log Cabin,” Cottonwood,
Canyon, Jan. 1st 1864, Boise News 1.17 (16 January 1864): 1:3. Bannock City, Boise County, Idaho Territory. [MGK] [Possibly by Miller] [MGK]
-----. “Miss C***** A.B.****,--.” Idaho City, Boise County, Idaho Territory, Boise News 1.24 (5 March 1864): 1:3. Written in Idaho City, Feb. 22, 1864, signed “Your Log Cabin Friend.” [A secessionist view of keeping foreigners from taking over America.] [MGK]
-----. The Beautiful Hills. The Dalles Daily Mountaineer [may have been written by C.H. Miller (Courtesy Dennis C. Smith)] [MGK]
-----. “Editor News: Correspondence.” By “Old Squib,” March 8, 1864, Idaho City, Boise County, Idaho Territory. Boise News 1.25 (12 March 1864): 3:2. [MGK]
-----. “Execution of the Magrruder Murderers.” Idaho City, Boise County, Idaho Territory. Boise News 1.27 (26 March 1864): 1:3,4. “We clip from the W.W. Statesman the following ‘Letter from Lewiston’ to Eds. Statesman,” signed “Stander By.” [MGK]
-----. “The Idaho Murders – Who They Are.” Boise News 1.27 (26 March 1864):1: 4 [From the Reese river correspondence of the California Express.] [MGK] [ A history of James Romaine, known to Miller and Wintu Indians.] [MGK]
-----. “Advice to Defeated Candidates.” Boise News, Idaho City, Boise County, Idaho Territory, 2 .4 (15 October 1864) [MGK]
-----. Ed. News. Signed “Esmeralda” from Rocky Bar Boise News, Idaho City, Boise County, Idaho Territory 2.4 (6 September 1864):2: 4. [MGK] [Re Boles & Annibal and other citizens celebrating the opening of the wagon road to Rocky Bar.] [MGK]
Campbell, J.L. Idaho: Six Months in the New Gold Diggings. 1864. Eugene, OR: University of Oregon Library [MGK] [PET] [MCK]
Scott, Winfield. Memoirs of Lieut. General Scott, L.L.D. New York: Sheldon & Co.
1864. 2 vol. [MCK] [HGT] [MCK]
Note. Oregon State Journal [Eugene City, Oregon] (14 May 1864) [OHS Microfilm] [MCK]
“C. H. Miller, formerly of this place, has taken a claim near Canyon City and is going to settle permanently there. He says the land along the John Day river is being rapidly taken up. In one place, for a distance of forty-five miles, every foot of desirable land is already claimed, and much of it fenced. So says the Mountaineer.
The ad is for Sterns (Mr. L. O. Sterns) & Miller. Their office was
located on the east side of Canyon Street, nearly opposite the Garibaldi Store, Canyon City, Oregon.
“Local Matters.” Eugene City Review [Eugene City, Oregon] (27 August 1864): 3 [OHS
Microfilm], [NAOSUB] [MCK]
“Law Firm. - The many friends of Capt. C. H. Miller in this county, will
learn by advertisement in this paper that he has resumed the practice of the law, and in connection with Mr. L. O. Sterns, has an office at Canyon City, Wasco County. We wish him success.”
Miller, Joaquin. Letter to John D. Miller from Eugene City, Oregon. (15 May 1864) [Huntington Library, U.6 B10 L.F., HM 19110] [MGK]
-----. Letter to John D. Miller from Cañon City, Oregon. (25 October 1864) [Signing his letters as Captain C.H. Miller and gives address as Cañon City, Grant Co., Oregon.] [Huntington Library, U.6 B10 L.F., HM 19111.] [MGK]
-----. Letter to John D. Miller from Cañon City, Oregon. (30 October 1864) [Huntington Library, U.6 B10 L.F., HM 19112.] [MGK]
Advertisement. Eugene City Review [Eugene City, Oregon] (27 August 1864 - 17
December 1864) [OHS Microfilm] [MCK]
Advertisement. Eugene City Review (24 December 1864 & on) [OHS Microfilm] [MCK]
This ad is for Gray (T. E. Gray) & Miller. Their office was located at the
same place as Sterns & Miller.
“Ledgers 4, 5, 6, and 7, 1864-1869.” Oregon Historical Society Library. These include financial records, manuscript copy for Specimens and Joaquin et al., speeches, and reflections." [FST] [MGK]
Grant County, Oregon Reminiscences, 1902-1953. [OHS] [WC] [OHS]
“Transcriptions (typescript) of interviews with longtime Grant County,
Oregon residents. Interviewees include Fred Wallace Wilson, Herman Oliver, Charles William Brown, Wanda Campbell-Martin Snyder, Wayne Casey Stewart, and Walter Green Keeney. Collection also includes an autobiographical manuscript (typescript) by poet Joaquin Miller, who lived in Grant County for several years during the 1860s, and typescript excerpts from "History of Baker, Grant, Malheur and Harney Counties, Oregon" (Spokane, Wash. : Western Historical Publishing Co., 1902)” [WC] [MCK]