Miller, Joaquin. Columbus. In L.V. Cavins' Standardization of American Poetry for School Purposes. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 1928. [OAK] [MGK]
-----. Columbus and “A Grizzly's Sly Little Joke.” In McFadden English Series: Seventh Grade Book Three, Part One: Grammar and Composition. Edited by Effie B. McFadden. California State Series: Book Three, Part One, Revised and Adopted by the California State Board of Education. Sacramento, California State Printing Office, 1928, Copyright 1926 by Rand McNally and Co. (2nd Edition-25M-1929) p. 73-74, 92-93 [MGK]
-----. For Those Who Fail. In William Ray Bowlin’s A Book of Treasured Poems. Chicago, New York: Laidlaw Brothers. 1928, p. 73 [MGK]
-----. To the California Pioneers. Society of California Pioneers Quarterly 5 (September 1928): 153 [OAK] [MGK]
Bashford, Herbert. Stories of Western Pioneers. San Francisco: Harr Wagner Publishing Co. 1928. 192pp. [WC] [San Francisco Public Library Catalog] [MGK] [MCK]
Hawthorne, Julian. Shapes That Pass: Memories of Old Days. Boston: Houghton
Mifflin Co; London: John Murray 1928. 364pp. 78-79 [WC] [RCL] [MAR - 1938] [PET - 1929]
Hille, Peter. Paquitas Tod, Nach Joaquin Miller. [Hamburg: Oda Weitbrecht, 1928].
pp. [STANFORD - MELVYL].
“Adaptation and translation of parts of chapters 30 and 31 of Miller’s
Unwritten History: Life Amongst the Modocs.”
Horner, John B. Days and Deeds in the Oregon Country. Ten minute stories offered as
sidelights on Pacific Northwest History. Portland: J. K. Gill Company, 1928.
[HGT] [MGK] [MCK] Miller contributed stories under the name Giles Gaston
Johnson, Allen, Editor. Dictionary of American Biography, Under the Auspices of the American Council of Learned Societies. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1928-1936. [HGT] [MGK] [MCK]
Kanno, Takeshi. The Passing of Joaquin, and Fragments of Creation-Dawn (A Vision Drama) New York: Published by the author, 1928. 7-10. [RCL] [OAK] [MAR] [WC] [HUN says Brooklyn.]
Lockley, Fred L. Oregon’s Yesterday. New York:. 1928. Reference to Miller appears on p. 324. [PMC] [RCL] [MGK]
Miller, Juanita. About “The Hights” with Juanita Miller. 12th Edition. Oakland: Tooley-Towne, 1928 [MCK]
Ritchie, Elizabeth. The Criticism of Literature. New York: Macmillan Company, 1928.
[HGT] [MGK] [MCK]
Rourke, Constance. Troupers of the Gold Coast or the Rise of Lotta Crabtree. New
York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1928. 262pp. 180-181 [RCL] [WC]
[PSU] [MGK] [MCK]
Winkler, John K. W. R. Hearst. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1928. 74.
Noted that Miller wrote for the Examiner [MCK]
Woodward, W. E. Meet General Grant. The Literary Guild of America, 1928.
[PET] [MGK] [MCK]
“Obituary: Ina Coolbrith, Poet of California; Was Last of San Francisco Circle That
Included Mark Twain and Bret Harte. Honored by the State. Made Poet Laureate in 1915 - Born in Illinois 85 Years Ago. She Went to Coast at Age of 8.” New York Times (1 March 1928): 25 [Online]
Noted that she was part of the San Francisco circle that included Miller.
“Trader Horn Feted by Literary; But Camera Man, Captivated by His Wink, Take Up
Most of His Afternoon. He Will Now Turn Poet. Also Plans Book on Queen [of] Sheba and an Archaeological Treatise That Will Stir.” New York Times (15 March 1928): 52 [Online] Noted that a picture at a distance of Trader Horn could be passedoff as one of Joaquin or several other poets. [MCK]
“Queries and Answers.” New York Times (25 March 1928): 81-82. Lines from The Fortunate Isles reprinted [MCK]
“Life Story of Joaquin Miller Told. Niece of Poet Delivers Address. Historical Society Exhibit.” (Union County, Indiana) Liberty Herald (12 July 1928). (See also UCPL scrapbook collection.) (UCPL) [MGK]
Pherne Miller while visiting her cousin Ross Witt near Liberty, Indiana speaks to the Historical Society. [MGK]
Warren, Herbert Otis. “So This is Where They Lived.” Sunset Magazine 41.2 (August
1928): 41, 60 [PMC] [OAK] [RCL] Illustration on page 43. [Where Miller wrote Columbus and The Passing of Tennyson.]
World Review 7 (8 October 1928): 53 [PMC] [MGK]
Miller’s home. San Francisco Chronicle (21 October 1928): 4: 1 [CAL] [MGK]