Miller, Joaquin. The Bravest Battle. In the “Home” section of Leaves of Gold: An Anthology of Prayers, Memorable Phrases, Inspirational Verse and Prose: From the Best Authors of the World, Both Ancient and Modern. Edited by Clyde Francis Lytel. Williamsport, PA: The Coslett Publishing Company. Revised edition. 1963. Twelfth printing. p. 89. [Index, p. 197: “Miller, Cincinnatus Heine Joaquin.”] [About women.] [MGK]
Benét, James. A Guide to San Francisco and the Bay Region. New York: Random
House, 1963. 496pp. [WC] [MULT] [MCK] [Revised edition, 1966, 498pp.
37, 41, 245-246.] [PSU] [WC] Brief biography and description of Joaquin Miller Park.
Christensen, J.A. “Joaquin Miller,‘The American Byron’” Student Writer. Academy Publishing Company. 1963 [OAK] [MGK]
Christensen, J.A. “Joaquin Miller: A Voice for Wind and Sea.” Typed poetry. [OAK] [Only other Christensen entry is 1963, “Joaquin Miller, The American Byron.”] [MGK]
Hayes, Elinor. “Writers Shared Love for West.” Oakland Tribune (Tuesday 1 January 1963): 9. [Hayes contrasts the lives of John Muir and Joaquin Miller on the occasion of their homes being declared historic sites by the U.S. Government. She even has Muir riding over to visit Miller, which probably never happened.] [MGK]
McConnell, W.J. Early History of Idaho. Caldwell, ID: The Caxton Printers. 1963. [Chapter II, pp. 27-31, indicates that Miller was involved in the origin of the name “Idaho.”] [See also Koch, 1948.] [MGK]
Rolle, Andrew F. California: A History. Based in Part Upon A Short History of
California, by Rockwell D. Hunt and Nellie Van de Grift Sánchez. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1963. 267, 417, 426. [Also published in 1969. RCL: 272, 430, 437, 440] [MULT] [WC] [MCK]
Twain meets Miller and others while working at the Call (267).
Miller born in Indiana then moves to Oregon then to California (417).
Brief biography covering Miller going to San Francisco in 1870 to the
building of “the Hights.” Noted that he was respected and given adulation in his day but is ranked a literary mediocrity today (426).
Talbot, Norman. “Joaquin Miller’s Reception in English Periodicals.” [REL, IV (1963), pp. 63-69. See Spiller, 1972, p. 1263.] [MGK]
Sandoval, John S. “‘Songs of Sierras’ Miller’s Best Book.” Hayward Daily Review. Hayward, California (6 January 1963: III: 7: 1-6 [OAK] [CAL]
“Joaquin Miller Conquered by Disease.” Hayward Daily Review. Hayward, California. (13 January 1963): II: 5: 4-9 [OAK] [CAL]
“London’s, Miller’s Lives Overlap.” Hayward Daily Review. Hayward, California. (20 January 1963): III: 6: 2-6 [OAK] [CAL]
Lane County Historian. Lane County Pioneer-Historical Society. Vol. 8.2 (June 1963) [Miller best man at the wedding of roommate of Miller’s at Columbia College.] [MGK]
Taper, Bernard. “Mark Twain’s San Francisco.” American Heritage (August 1963): [Just a mention of Miller.] [MGK]
Pollard, Lancaster. “Flamboyant Joaquin Miller Ranked Oddest of Eccentric Americans.” The Sunday Oregonian (25 August 1963): 2M 43 [MGK] [A rewrite of a 1946 article by Oregon poet Howard McKinley Corning.] [MGK]
“Marauders Better Beware - Juanita Has Got a Gun.” Montclarion (18 September 1963):
Talbot, Norman. “Joaquin Miller’s Reception in English Periodicals.” Review of English
Literature 4.4 (October 1963): 63-79. [RCL] [MLA] [MCK]
“Curtain Up on Juanita’s Play Next Sunday.” Montclarion (2 October 1963): 2. [MCK]
Sandoval, John S. “Miller Gains Renown in Europe.” Hayward Daily Review. Hayward, California (30 December 1963): I: 8: 1-5 [OAK] [CAL] [MGK]