Joaquin Miller, “A Bear on Fire” in The Northwest and Shasta Country Section of Unfolding Beauty: Celebrating California's Landscapes. Edited by Terry Beers. 2001. 416 pp. ISBN: 1-890771-34-1, A California Legacy book. [MGK]
Hall, Roger A. Performing the American Frontier, 1870-1906. Cambridge and New
York, Cambridge University Press, 2001. 281pp. [MULT] [PSU] [WC] [MCK]
Guilford-Kardell, Margaret. Joaquin Miller Newsletter I. 9 (January 2001) [MGK]
Card, Douglas. “Joaquin Miller’s Ride Through Oregon.” Lane County Historian 46.1
(Spring 2001): 19-27. [OHS Clippings File] [MCK]
“Joaquin Miller.” Lane County Historian 46.1 (Spring 2001). [OHS Clippings File] [MCK] [Volume is devoted to Miller and includes a Review of and excerpts from A Deeper Wild, reprints of “Yosemite,” “California’s Cup of Gold” and “Joaquin Miller on Portland,” a piece that initially appeared in The New and the Old. A chronology and article entitled, “Joaquin Miller’s Ride Through Oregon” by Douglas Card also appears.]
Long, James Andrew. Marching Forward. Northwest Women’s Firsts: 1,444 Role
Models. North Plains, Oregon: Pumpkin Ridge Productions, 2001. 207pp. 162.
[MULT] [WC] [MCK] [Noted that Myrtle Park in Grant and Harney counties was named after Minnie.]
Meeker, Ezra. Ox-Team Days on the Oregon Trail. Revised and Edited by Howard R.
Driggs. [First published in 1906] Bedford, Massachusetts: Applewood Books, 2001. 248pp. [WC] [MCK]
Guilford-Kardell, Margaret. Joaquin Miller Newsletter I.10 (August 2001) ISSN 1536-2140. [MGK]
Lewis, Nathaniel. “Authentic Reproduction: The Picturesque Joaquin Miller.” Arizona
Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture and Theory 57.2 (Summer
2001): 1-31. [MLA] [PSU] [MGK: also Autumn 2001, 57.2: “Arguably the most important figure in the early history of western literature.”] [MCK]
Allen, Annalee. “Celebration to honor legacy of Joaquin Miller.” Landmarks column. Oakland Tribune Sunday (9 September 2001): Local-3. “A walking tour to be held September 16, 2001 starting from the Abbey at 10:30 a.m. Hosted by the Friends of Oakland’s Parks and Recreation and the Alameda County Historical Society.”
[Friends of Oakland Parks and Recreation. Flyer advertising Joaquin Miller Day, September 15, 2001. Four-page program titled Joaquin Miller Day: Bringing the community together; celebrating 20th Anniversary of Friends of Oakland Parks and Recreation, 60th Anniversary of Woodminster Amphitheater. September 15, 2001.] [MGK]
“Joaquin Miller Day Celebrates Poet.” Montclarion (11 September 2001): A-1:2.[MCK]
Guilford-Kardell, Margaret. Joaquin Miller Newsletter I.11 (October 2001) ISSN 1536-2140. [MGK]
Burress, Rex. “The Changing Nature of Joaquin Miller Park.” Bay Nature (October-December 2001): 8-9. [MGK]
Vesilind, Priit J. “Once and Future Fury—California’s Volcanic North” National Geographic (October 2001): 76. Miller quoted twice “Joaquin Miller, utopian and perhaps first among the popular writers who were touched by the mountain, called it ‘lonely as God, and white as a winter moon.’… ‘White and flashing like a pyramid of silver’ is how poet Joaquin Miller saw Mount Shasta.” [MGK]
Elkins, James R. Strangers to Us All: Lawyers and Poetry http://www.wvu.edu/~lawfac/jelkins/lp-2001/miller.html (2 September 2001).
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