Miller, Joaquin. Dead in the Sierras. In Many Californias: Literature from the Golden State. Edited by Gerald W. Haslam. Reno, Nevada: University of Nevada Press. (1991-1992): 65-66. [MGK]
Baxter, Sylvester. In Whitman in His Own Times. Edited by Joel Myerson. Detroit:
Omnigraphics, 1991. 348pp. 76-89. 85-87. [MULT] [WC] [MCK] Reference to Miller attending a dinner given in Whitman’s honor at Bartlett’s studio. The Danites was running in Boston. [See also J. C. Rockwell’s People’s Theatre; the Western Drama, in 5 Acts: The Danites. Broadside. Boston: Libbie Shaw Print. [WC]. [MCK]
Boye, Alan. “Who in the World Was Joaquin Miller?” The Old Farmer’s Almanac.
200th Anniversary Edition. Dublin, New Hampshire: Yankee Publishing,
1991. 312pp. [WC] [MGK] [MCK] [See also 1992]
Carpenter, Allan. The Encyclopedia of the Far West. New York: Facts on File, 1991.
544pp. 94, 279. [WC [MULT] [MCK] Carpenter provides a basic biography on Miller and a description of his cabin next to the Grant County Museum.
Hall, N. John. Trollope: A Biography. Oxford and New York: Claredon Press and
Oxford University Press, 1991. 581pp. 389. [WC] [MULT] [MCK] [Also published in 1993] Reference to Trollope, Twain and Miller dining together.
Kennedy, William Sloane. “From Reminiscences of Walt Whitman.” In Whitman in
His Own Times. Edited by Joel Myerson. Detroit: Omnigraphics, 1991. 348pp.
117-124. 118. [MULT] [WC] [MCK] Reference to Whitman’s approval of
Miller describing western men as “the equals of the Homeric heroes or the old
Lawson, Benjamin S. "The Presence of Joaquin Miller in the Octopus." Frank Norris Studies. 1991. 8-11. [MGK]
Leider, Emily. California’s Daughter. Gertrude Atherton and Her Times. Stanford:
Stanford University Press, 1991. 105, 115, 131, 216-222, passim, 310;
“Columbus,” 222. [MULT] [WC] [MCK] Brief mentions including a printing of the letter that appeared in California History, Coolbrith’s caring for Miller’s daughter and a lengthy description of the Author’s Reading, a benefit for Coolbrith, where Miller, the last reader, recited from Columbus.
Parins, James W. John Rollin Ridge: His Life & Works. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. 1991. [Re Miller’s version of Ridge’s work on Jouquin Murieta.] [MGK]
Roll, Andrew. John Charles Frémont: Character as Destiny. Norman and London:University of Oklahoma Press 1991. p. 65 [MGK]
Stetler, Susan. Actors, Artists, Authors & Attempted Assassins: The Almanac of Famous & Infamous People. Detroit, Michigan: Visible Ink Press. 1991. 489. “Joaquin Miller, pseud. (Cinncinatus Hiner Miller; The Frontier Poet). American poet-adventurer wrote verse: Specimens, 1868; Pacific Poems, 1870. b. September 08, 1837 [sic 1841] in Liberty, Indiana, d. February 17, 1913 in Oakland, California.” [MGK]
Union Catalog of Letters to Clemens. Berkeley: University of California Press. [MGK]
“Whitman’s Reminiscences.” In Whitman in His Own Times: A Biographical Chronicle
of His Life, Drawn from Recollections, Memoirs, and Interviews by Friends and Associates. Edited by Joel Myerson. Detroit: Omnigraphics, 1991. Expanded Edition. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2000. 348pp. [MULT] [WC] [MCK] Whitman is quoted as saying that the last time he saw Emerson was at a supper at Young’s Restaurant in Boston. Joaquin Miller and J. Boyle O’Reilly also attended.
Rathmell, George. “The Overland Monthly: California’s Literary Treasure.” The Californians 8.6 (March/April): 12-21 [MGK]
Goepel, John. “Three Bay Area Literary Shrines.” Motorland/CSAA. (March/April): 35-36 [Several inaccuracies.] [MGK]
Guilford-Kardell, Margaret. “Joaquin Miller’s Plains.” A paper presented at the Western Literature Association's 26th Annual Meeting. Estes Park, Colorado (October 1991): 3-5 [MGK]
Guilford-Kardell, Margaret. “Joaquin Miller: Fact and Fiction,” The Californians 9. 3 (Nov./Dec.1991): 7-13. [MGK]
Miesse, William C. “Life and Times of Joaquin Miller.” videorecording. 1990. 2 hours One videocassette, VHS format. Unpublished archival video tape. Consists of a two hour annotated slide show based upon Joaquin Miller's novels, poems, diaries, plays, etc. Shows slides of the materials themselves as well as slides of the places and people who were important to Miller during the four years he lived in Siskiyou and Shasta Counties, from 1854 to 1857. Miller and Mt. Shasta were nearly inseparable in the public mind for many years after the publication in 1873 of his Life Amongst the Modocs: Unwritten History. Material is taken from hundreds of published and unpublished sources. Miller is portrayed as a man in need of re-interpretation by modern critics. Ch. 29. Audiovisual Materials. [MS981]. The Mount Shasta Collection.
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