Miller, Joaquin. Life Amongst the Modocs: Unwritten History. Historical introduction by Alan Rosenus. Eugene, Oregon: Urion Press; Santa Barbara, CA: Distributed by Capra Press. 400 pages. Reprint. Originally published: London: R. Bentley 1873. [UOL] [AAS] [MGK]
Bean, Walton and James J. Rawls. California: An Interpretive History. Fourth Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company.1982. 153[MGK]
Ehrlich, Eugene and Gorton Carruth. The Oxford Illustrated Guide to the United States. New York: Oxford University Press. 1982. [JGK] [MGK]
Erisman, Fred and Richard W. Etulain. Fifty Western Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. 1982. [Alan Rosenus’ “Joaquin Miller (1837-1913)” appears on pp. 303-311.] [MGK]
Etulain, Richard W. A Bibliographical Guide to the Study of Western American Literature. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1982. 317pp. [MULT] [WC] [OHS] [MGK] [MCK] [See also 1995 and Etulain in 1972 for a previous work]
Fairley, Lincoln. “Literary Associations with Mt. Tamalpais.” California History 61.2
(Summer 1982): 82-99 [MCK]
This article features a photograph of Miller, describes the dismay
Coolbrith and Miller felt about the neglect of Byron’s grave and tells the story of how they gathered a wreath for his grave and quotes from Ina’s letter, which describes the public’s reaction to the wreath of laurel and Coolbrith’s “With a Wreath of Laurel.”
Mankowitz, Wolf. Mazeppa. The Lives, Loves and Legends of Adah Isaacs Menken.
New York: Stein & Day. London: Blond & Briggs, 1982. 270pp. 102, 106, 108, 109, 113-114, 201. [PSU] [WC] [MCK]
Nolan, Edward W. Coburg Remembered. Eugene, Oregon. Lane County Historical Society. 1982. [Hulings Miller arrives in Coburg, Oregon, 1853.] [LHM] [MGK]
Scupman, J.R. “The Pit River Cañon.” Covered Wagon. Redding, CA: Shasta County Historical Society. 1982 [Mentions meeting Miller’s wife at Jim Brock’s, 1875] [MGK]
Stegner, Wallace. Beyond The Hundreth Meridian. Penguin Books. Reprint of 1954. p. 118, 168. (refers to Miller”s “Grand Canyon of the Colorado.” Overland, n.s.XXXVII (March 1901: 786-790.) [MGK]
“’Life Amongst the Modocs: Unwritten History,’ by Joaquin Miller.” The Register Guard (29 April 1982): 10D. [MGK]
Hapke, Laura. “Girls Who Went Wrong: Fallen Women in Turn-of-the-Century
Fiction.” Markham Review 11 (Summer 1982): 61-64. [MLA] [PSU] [MCK]
References to Joaquin Miller’s warning to sinful city dwellers in The Destruction of Gotham.
Hapke, Laura. “Maggie’s Sisters: Nineteenth-Century Literary Images of the American Streetwalker” in the Journal of American Culture 5.2), pp. 29-35. (Summer 1982): 29-35 [Joaquin Miller’s writing mentioned.] [MGK]
Cohen, Sandy. Review of Lawson’s Joaquin Miller. Southern Humanities Review 16.3 (Summer.1982): 277 [MGK]
Starr, Kevin. “A Relationship Between Literacy and Newspapers.” San Francisco Examiner (23 August 1982) [MGK]
Nathan, Marvin R. “San Francisco’s Fin de Siècle Bohemian Renaissance.” California
History 61.3 (Fall 1982): 196-209 [MCK] A brief mention that Miller was part of the first genuine literary set in San Francisco.
Swadley, Bernadine. “A Celebration of Joaquin Miller.” Alameda County Historical Society Quarterly (October. 1982): 1-3. [OAK] [MGK]