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]
Bierce, Ambrose. The Letters of Ambrose Bierce. Edited by Bertha Clark Pope. San Francisco: The Book Club of California. 1992. 204pp. [RCL: 19, 27, 30, 71, 85-86, 116, 204.] [PET: “With a memento by George Sterling.”] [WC] [MULT] [MGK] [MCK] [First published in 1922; also published in 1992, Irvine, California: Reprint Service, 1992 ] [MCK]
Boye, Alan. “Who in the World Was Joaquin Miller?” The Old Farmer’s Almanac. Robert B. Thomas, ed., Dublin, NH. 1992. 258-261. [Titillating retrospect of Miller and his work including many old errors and adding modern day innuendo.] [See also 1991] [MGK] [MCK]
Collins, William and Levene, Bruce. Black Bart: The True Story of the West’s Most Famous Stagecoach Robber. Mendocino, Caifornia: Pacific Transciptions. 1992. 184. [MGK]
Egli, Ida Rae, ed., No Rooms of their Own: Women Writers of Early California. Berkeley, California: Heyday Books. 1992. xix, xxi, 113, 215, 216 [sic], 291. [MGK]
Glendinning, Victoria. Anthony Trollope. London: Hutchinson, 1992. 551pp. [WC].
434-435. [WC] [MULT] [MCK] [Also published in 1993, 1994 and 2002]
Reference to Twain and Miller dining with Trollope.
Goetzmann, William H. and Glyndwer Williams. The Atlas of North American
Exploration: From the Norse Voyages to the Race to the Pole. New York:
Prentice Hall General Reference, 1992. 224pp. 159. [MULT] [WC] [MCK] [Also published in 1998]
Grafton, John. The American West in the Nineteenth Century. 255 Illustrations from
Harper’s Weekly and Other Contemporary Sources. New York: Dover
Publications, Inc., 1992. 199pp. 21. [PSU] [WC] [MCK] No mention of Miller, but of Joaquin Murietta, whose name Miller ‘borrowed.’
Guilford-Kardell, Margaret. “Calla Shasta Joaquin Miller’s First Daughter.” The
Californians 9.4 (January/February 1992): 40-44. [MGK]
Howe, Carrol B. Unconquered Uncontrolled: The Klamath Indian Reservation. Bend, Oregon: Maverick Publications, Inc. 1992. 11-12. [MGK]
Kurutz, Gary F. “A Perfect Likeness of our Famous Poet: J. E. Stuart’s Portrait of
Joaquin Miller at California State Library.” California State Library Foundation
Bulletin 40(July 1992): 1-3. [LIBRARYLIT].
“Oakland.” Listing in Tour Book. American Automobile Association. 1992. 109. [Mentions Joaquin Miller Park.] [MGK]
Scharnhorst, Gary. Bret Harte. New York, et al: Twayne Publishers, et al, 1992.
151pp. 22. [WC] [PSU] [MCK]
“Taken from history...Lockhart...First White Settlers in Fall River came to establish ferry.” [sic] Mountain Echo 1992 Tourist Companion. Fall River, CA. pp. 13-14. [Pit River Massacre; Joaquin Miller’s association with Samuel Lockhart.]
Zanger, Michael. “Mountain People: Joaquin Miller.” In his Mt. Shasta: History,
Legend and Lore. Berkeley: Celestial Arts, 1992. 120pp. 67-70, 91-92 [WC]
[MULT] [MGK] [MCK] Features a picture of Miller in 1899 from the Merriam Library and provides basic biographical information and discussion about whether or not Miller climbed Mt. Shasta. Miller had included this story in Life Amongst the Modocs but left it out of his later, “truer” version. Zanger also notes that Miller wrote several articles for Muir’s Picturesque California travel magazine.
Johnson, Benét. “Free Spirit? Juanita Joaquina Miller.” The Californians. 9.4) (January/February 1992): 27-33. [MGK]
Kurutz, Gary F. “A Perfect Likeness of Our Famous Poet: J. E. [James Everett] Stuart’s Portrait of Joaquin Miller.” California State Library Bulletin 40 (July 1992): 1-3. [The director of Special Collections at California State Library tells how to use the California Section’s Biographical Information File through telling the history of this famous oil painting. He touches briefly on the lives of Miller and Stuart, especially during the sittings of 1875-1876.] [MGK]
“Book fair turns back the page.” Oregonian (11 Septemer 1992) [Charles Gould of the Webfoot bookstore in Sellwood offered for sale the original Joaquin Miller A Royal Highway of the World and 11-page document on Elkhorn Hotel Stationery.] [MGK]
Guilford-Kardell, Margaret. “Joaquin Miller’s Charcoal Sketches: Homeless.” A paper read at the Western Literature Association’s 27th Annual Meeting. Reno, Nevada. (8 October 1992) [MGK]