Caen, Herb. Herb Caen’s Guide to San Francisco. Garden City, New York: Doubleday. 1957. [JGK notes that references to Miller appear on pp. 199-200.] [MGK]
Crowder, Richard. Those Innocent Years: The Legacy and Inheritance of a Hero of the
Victorian Era, James Whitcomb Riley. Indianapolis and New York: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1957. 288pp. 180. [WC] [PSU] Noted that Riley introduced Miller to an audience in February 1897 and that Riley’s speech was later used as the preface to Miller’s complete works.
Dickson, Samuel. Tales of San Francisco; Comprising San Francisco is Your Home, San
Francisco Kaleidoscope, and The Streets of San Francisco. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1957. 711pp. . 74, 171, 173, 177, 427. [WC] [Reprinted in 1977] Brief notes about Miller, Harte and Stoddard watching Adah Menken on stage night after night, about Coolbrith sending wreath and poem to Byron’s grave with Miller and that Miller was friends with Bierce and Coolbrith.
Eichorn, Arthur Francis Sr. The Mt. Shasta Story. Mount Shasta, CA: Mount Shasta Herald. 1957. [Eichorn quotes Miller’s rendering of the Indians’ story of creation on pages 5, 23, 48, and 50.] [MGK]
Johansen, Dorothy O. and Charles M. Gates. Empire of the Columbia. New York:
Harper and Row, 1957. 685pp. 268, 294, 577. [WC] [MULT] [OHS] [PSU] [MCK] [Reprinted in 1967] Brief mentions that Miller lived in Portland and Canyon City before going to California and a quote from Miller about his judgeship days.
Long, E. Hudson. Mark Twain Handbook. New York: Hendricks House, 1957. 454pp.
178, 403. [WC] [Reprinted in 1958; Enlarged Edition. New York: Garland Publishing, 1985.] [WC] [MULT]
Neasham, Ernest R. Fall River Valley: A History. Fall River Mills, CA: Ben Jenne and E.R. Neasham, publishers. 1957. [MGK]
Nixon, Robert J. “Sheriffs of Siskiyou County.” Siskiyou Pioneer. Yreka, CA: Siskiyou County Historical Society. Vol. 3.2 [MGK]
Kenny, Judith Keyes. “The Founding of Camp Watson.”  Oregon Historical Quarterly 58.1 (March 1957): 5-8
“Juanita Miller Plans Program for Woman’s Club - Port.” Montclarion, (20 March 1957) [MGK]
“Topics of the Times.” New York Times (30 March 1957) [Online: 18] [MCK]
The topic is Alaska and the author notes that artists who wrote about the Klondike
helped make Alaska popular.
“News Notes.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 58.3. p. 280. [ “A picture of Joaquin Miller’s cabin, now moved to a new site at the side of the Grant County Museum in Canyon City, appears in the John Day Blue Mountain Eagle July 18, . A cement foundation has been placed under the building and additional restoration is planned.”] [MGK]
Wallace, Edward S. “Juanita Miller Program to Honor Father - Port.” Montclarion, (16 October 1957): 1. [MCK]
“Queries and Answers - Answer: The Fortunate Isles.” New York Times (21 October
1956) [Online: 295] [MCK] A brief note that Miller’s The Fortunate Isles is the answer to an earlier query. The poem is partially reprinted. [MCK]
“The Gray-Eyed Man of Destiny.” American Heritage (December 1957): 125 [”He [William Walker] was buried in an unmarked grave which Joaquin Miller commemorated in his poem, That Night in Nicaragua.] [JGK] [MGK]
Pollard, Lancaster. “Smart gunmen ‘shot first’ at Oro Fino.” Eugene Register-Guard. (22 December 1957) [LHM] [MGK]