Difference between revisions of "Overland Monthly"

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* 1874 [[BROWNE, J. Ross|Browne, J. Ross]] [http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moajrnl/ahj1472.1-13.003/205:2?rgn=full+text;view=image ''The Island of Santa Rosa'']  Overland Monthly lst series 13(3):209-213, September  
 
* 1874 [[BROWNE, J. Ross|Browne, J. Ross]] [http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moajrnl/ahj1472.1-13.003/205:2?rgn=full+text;view=image ''The Island of Santa Rosa'']  Overland Monthly lst series 13(3):209-213, September  
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* 1874 [[SCHUMACHER, Paul|Schumacher, Paul]] [http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moajrnl/ahj1472.1-13.004/293:1?rgn=full+text;view=image ''Some Kjokkenmoddings and Ancient Graves of California'']  Overland Monthly lst series, 13(4):297-302, October  
 
* 1874 [[SCHUMACHER, Paul|Schumacher, Paul]] [http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moajrnl/ahj1472.1-13.004/293:1?rgn=full+text;view=image ''Some Kjokkenmoddings and Ancient Graves of California'']  Overland Monthly lst series, 13(4):297-302, October  
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* 1875 [[SCHUMACHER, Paul|Schumacher, Paul]] [http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moajrnl/ahj1472.1-15.004/366:10?rgn=full+text;view=image ''Some Remains of a Former People'']  Overland Monthly lst series, 15(4):374-349   
 
* 1875 [[SCHUMACHER, Paul|Schumacher, Paul]] [http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moajrnl/ahj1472.1-15.004/366:10?rgn=full+text;view=image ''Some Remains of a Former People'']  Overland Monthly lst series, 15(4):374-349   

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Overland Monthly (first series 1868-1875; second series 1883-1935), a regional monthly magazine founded in San Francisco in 1868. It was edited by Bret Harte until 1871, when several editors took over. The first series collapsed in 1875, but a second series was revived in 1883. Authors including Joaquin Miller, Gertrude Atherton, Jack London, Frank Norris, and George Sterling contributed to its lengthy success. Overland Monthly absorbed Out West in 1823, and itself survived until 1935. Some of the earliest articles about the California Channel Islands appeared in Overland Monthly.


[original in SCIF archives]
[original in SCIF archives]