Adams, W. A. A Dictionary of Drama: A Guide to the Plays, Playwrights, Players,
Playhouses of the United Kingdom and America From the Earliest Times to the
Present. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1904. 627pp. New York: Burt Franklin [WC]
627pp. [WC] [PSU] [PET] [MGK] [MCK] [First published in 1904; see also 1968]
Duckett, Margaret. Mark Twain and Bret Harte. Norman, Oklahoma: University of
Oklahoma Press, 1964. 365pp. 10, 23, 53, 127, 178, 181, 186, 207, 275, 291.
[MULT] [OHS] [MCK] [Page references largely center on Miller’s contacts with both writers, with observations on these contacts]
Hill, Hamlin. Mark Twain and Elisha Bliss. Columbia: University of Missouri Press,
1964. 214pp. 15, 92, 162 [RCL] [WC] [MULT] [PSU] [MGK] [MCK]
Lewis, Lloyd and Justin Smith. Oscar Wilde Discovers America. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co.,1964. 158-159. [RCL: Reprint of letters found in MK: RCL:1906.14  [see Wilde 1906]
Martin, Jay. Harvests of Change: American Literature 1865-1914. Englewood Cliffs:
Prentice-Hall, 1964. 382pp. 135. [RCL] [WC] [MCK] [Also published in 1967]
Miller, Juanita. My Father, C.H. Joaquin Miller, Poet. Oakland: Tooley-Towne. 218 pp. [OAK] [MGK]
Mordell, Albert. Discoveries: Essays on Lafcadio Hearn. Tokyo: Orient/West Inc.
1964. 69. [RCL: Describes an editorial by Hearn in the New Orleans Times-Democrat 12 September 1886.] [WC] [MGK] [MCK]
O’Connor, Richard. Jack London: A Biography. Boston: Little, Brown & Company,
1964. 430pp. [RCL: 39, 83-84, 156-157, 161 [Also published in 1965] [WC] [MGK] [MCK]
Pourade, Richard F. The History of San Diego. The Union Tribune Co. 1964. Chap. 13.When the Games Went All Night. [MGK]
Sherman, Stuart Pratt. Americans: Mencken, Franklin, Emerson, Hawthorne, Whitman, Joaquin Miller, Sandburg, Carnegie, More. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press, 1964. 336 pp. First published in 1922 [MGK] [MCK]
Knuth, Priscilla. “Cavalry in the Indian Country, 1864.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 65.1 Portland, Oregon (March 1964): 6, 14n, 68n. Edited by Thomas Vaughn, Abbott Kern, and Bill Printer. [p. 6: Reference to Joaquin Miller’s description of the land in the vicinity of the land covered in the expedition of the First Oregon Cavalry. p. 14n: Reference to C.H. Miller leading the group of fifty-four citizens. p. 68n: Miller at Rattlesnake Creek.] [MGK]
April 5th and 6th, 1860 announcement of a Friday evening (April 6, 1860) debate on the question, “Resolved, That the further extension of the Union would be politic, “C.H. [Joaquin] Miller is named a member of the affirmative team.. “ Lane County Historian 9.1. Lane County Pioneer-Historical Society (April 1964): 179 [LHM]
Becker, Pearl. “Joaquin Miller Lived in Oregon.” Sentinel-Mist [St. Helens, Oregon] (20
April 1964) (OHS Clippings File) [MCK]
Black, Howard. (30 April 1964) “Old Timer Says –“ Blue Mountain Eagle: re August 1957 removal of Miller’s Canyon City home from a lot now behind the “62” hall in the south part of Canyon City. [MGK]
“Topics: Robert Frost of San Francisco.” New York Times (4 May 1964): 28.
According to the California friends of Robert Frost, Frost is San Francisco’s
greatest poet, not Joaquin, Sterling, Ferlinghetti. [MCK]
“Praise for New Book by Juanita.” Montclarion (19 August 1964): 16 [MCK]
Holmgren, Virginia C. “Chinese Pheasants, Oregon Pioneers.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 65.3) (September 1964): 86. 255n. [p. 255n: “In 1896, 634 birds were shipped to ‘nearly every section of the Union’ (p. 86). Among the consignees were James J. Hill and Joaquin Miller.”] [MGK]
Fitzgerald, A. “The Incredible Joaquin Miller.” Real West 7.38 (November 1964): 42-43, 59-60 [Several errors.] [MGK]
Buchanan, Lewis E. “Joaquin Miller on the Passing of the Old West.” Research Studies
[Washington State University, Pullman] 32 (December 1964): 326-333.
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