Miller, Joaquin. Californian, from Songs of the Sierra (1872), The Literature of California, Volume 1 Native American Beginnings to 1945. Jack Hicks, James D. Houston, Maxine Hong Kingston, and Al Young, editors. Part Three: The Rise of California Literature, 1865-1914. California: University Press. 653pp. (December 2000).
The Complete Letters of Oscar Wilde. Edited by Merlin Holland and Rupert Hart-Davis.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, 2000. 1270pp. 141-143. [MULT] [WC] [MCK] [Reprint of Wilde’s letter dated February 28, 1882 which appeared in the New York World on March 3, 1882 in response to Miller’s letter dated February 9, 1882 which appeared in the New York World on February 10, 1882 under the heading “The Singer of the Sierras Smites the Philistines”.]
Balzar, John. Yukon Alone: The World’s Toughest Adventure Race. New York: Henry Holt and Company. (2000): 86-87. [MGK]
Hine, Robert V. The American West: An Interpretive History. John Mack Faragher, co-author. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000. 616pp. [WC] [MULT] [PSU] [WC] [MCK] [See also 1973 and 1984]
Nissen, Axel. Bret Harte. Prince and Pauper. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi,
2000. 326pp. 87-88, 93-94, 171. [WC] [MULT] [MCK]
Portrait and Biographical Record of the Willamette Valley. Containing original sketches of many well-known citizens of the past and present. Salem, Massachusetts: Higginson Book Company. 2000. 1571pp. [WC] [HGT] [MULT] [WC] [OHS] [MGK] [MCK] [See also 1997]
Scharnhorst, Gary. Bret Harte: Opening the American West. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. 2000. 255pp. xiii, 96, 98, 141, 144 157, 171, 179. [MULT] [WC] [PSU] [MGK] [MCK]
Sparks, Drew & Kellman, Sally. A Salon at Larkmead: a Charmed Life in the Napa Valley. Berkeley/Toronto: Ten Speed Press. 2000. 56-57,76-77, 80-83, 133. [Interaction between Martha Hitchcock, Lillie Coit and Joaquin Miller.] [MGK]
Sullivan, William L. A Deeper Wild. Eugene, Oregon: Navillus Press, 2000. 460pp. [The best novel yet on the life of Joaquin Miller and his wives (“Paquita” and Minnie Myrtle). It covers the years 1852 to 1872. Chapter Notes delineate fact from fiction.] [MGK]
Johnson, David. “Poet of the Sierras: Fifth Generation Oregonian honors wild West’s Joaquin Miller.” Eugene Weekly (30 March 2000): 29. [MGK]
Guilford-Kardell, Margaret. Joaquin Miller Newsletter I.8 (June 2000) [MGK]
Chandler, Robert J. Joaquin Miller in 1863: The Sphinx Speaks! Privately Printed For Members of the Roxburghe And Zamorano Clubs: August 2000. 300 copies. (MGK #5) [MGK]
Milholland, David. “An Open Letter to the Joint Interim Task Force on Cultural Development, Governor John Kitzhaber & the Citizens & Legislature of the Great State of Oregon.” Heritage 7.2 (Summer 2000): 3. [MGK]
Hall, Bennett. The Life and Times of Joaquin Miller. Review of William Sullivan’s A Deeper Wild. Mid-Valley Democrat Herald, Albany, Oregon (16 April 2000); Corvallis, Oregon Gazette-Times (16 April 2000) [same author, two different papers] [MGK] [MCK]
“A Deeper Wild explores the life of Oregon pioneer and Renaissance man.” Review in The Bellingham Herald of Sullivan’s novel on the life of Joaquin Miller (Friday, September 8,2000): C5 Lifestyle. [MGK]
Siporen, Wendy. Rev. “‘Healing’ play will conclude harvest festival.” The Mail Tribune, Medford, Oregon (8 September 2000): Local 4A. “With the guidance of George Fence, Cherokee activist, for the past three years Michael O’Rourke has been researching and writing a screenplay, In the Land Where Acorns Dance, from the life of Joaquin Miller to be performed as a benefit for the Talent (Oregon) Historical Society.” [MGK]
“Joaquin Miller and McKee Rankin.” Gaslight Digest 01.23 (5 November 2000) [MGK]
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2000. (First published: NEW YORK: PUTNAM, 1907–21) The Cambridge History of English and American Literature. An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes Volume XVII: American Later National Literature: Part II. Edited by W. P. Trent, J. Erskine, S. P. Sherman & C. Van Doren. Bibliographic Record. The entry follows: CINCINNATUS HINER MILLER [“JOAQUIN MILLER”]
Poetical Works. Household ed., Boston and New York, 1882. Revised ed.,
San Francisco, 1897, 1902. Collected and Edited by the Author. 5 vols., San Francisco, 1908. De Luxe Edition, 6 vols., Oakland, Cal., 1909. Bear ed., 6 vols., San Francisco, 1909–10. 6 vols., San Francisco, 1915. Bear ed., 7 vols. San Francisco, 1917. 7 vols., Los Angeles, Cal., 1917. Specimens. n. p. 1868. Joaquin et Al: Poems. Portland, Ore., 1869. Songs. of the Sunlands. Boston 1871, 1873. Pacific Poems. London, 1871 [Privately printed; later incorporated in Songs of the Sierras]. Songs of the Sierras. London, 1870, Boston and London, 1871. New revised ed., Chicago, 1892. Songs of the Desert. Boston, 1875. Songs of Italy. Boston, 1878. Songs of the Mexican Seas. Boston, 1887. In Classic Shades and Other Poems. Chicago, 1890. Songs of Summer Lands. Chicago, 1892. The Building of the City Beautiful: a Poetic Romance. Chicago, 1893. San Francisco, 1905. Songs of the Soul. San Francisco, 1896. Chants 1893. San Francisco, 1905. Songs of the Soul. San Francisco, 1896. Chants for the Boer. San Francisco, 1900. As it Was in the Beginning. San Francisco, 1903. Light: a Narrative Poem. Boston, 1907.
—With other writers Happy Days: Stories and Poems. Oakland, Cal., 1906. Kindergarten Gems for Home and Kindergarten. Akron, O., 1907.
Boynton, P. H. American Poetry, 684–687. 1918. Garland, Hamlin. The Poet of the Sierras. Sunset Magazine. June, 1913. The Literary Autobiography of Joaquin Miller. How I Came to be a Writer of Books. Lippincott’s Magazine, July, 1886. Mitchell, Silas Weir. The Hill of Stones and Other Poems. Boston, 1882. A Masque and Other Poems. Boston and New York, 1887. The Cup of Youth and Other Poems. Boston and New York, 1889. The Psalm of Deaths and Other Poems. Boston and New York, 1890. Francis Drake: Tragedy of the Sea. Boston and New York, 1892. Mother and Other Poems. Boston and New York, 1892. Philip Vernon: a Tale in Prose and Verse. 1895. Collected Poems.1896. The Wager and Other Poems. 1900, 1901. Works. 10 vols., 1901. The Comfort of the Hills. 1909. [Privately printed.] The Comfort of the Hills and Other Poems. 1910. Complete Poems. 1914. See, also, Bibliography to Book III, Chap. XI, for Dr. Mitchell’s novels.
Stories of the Sierras and Other Sketches, With a Story of Wild Western Life
by Joaquin Miller. London, 1871.
Miller, Joaquin [Cincinnatus Hiner Miller]. The Ship in the Desert [descriptive
poem]. Boston, 1875. Life Among the Modocs: Unwritten History. Hartford, 1873. Paquita, the Indian Heroine. A True Story, presenting graphic pictures of Indian home life in peace and war as beheld by the author during his residence of four years among the Red Men. Hartford. 1881.
1837  Cincinnatus Heine “Joaquin” Miller, author. JOAQUIN MILLER ONLINE: The Complete Poetical Works of Joaquin Miller — The Danites, and Other Choice Selections from the Writings of Joaquin Miller, “The Poet of the Sierras” — Light: A Narrative Poem — Shadows of Shasta — Songs of Summer Lands — Songs of the Sierras — Songs of the Soul — co~author of Twilight Stories This Date in History . http://www.elpn.com/canu/history/09/08.html [MGK]
Daily Poetry Break Archives. 2000 http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Delphi/7086/dpbarch3.htm
2/23/00 The Defence of the Alamo. 9/05/00 In southern California