Collection 2012.3 - John McCormick Collection

John McCormick Cariboo Letter January 31, 1869 John McCormick Cariboo Letter December 11, 1869 Letter - Verso Letter - Recto Transcription Letter Transcription

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John McCormick Collection

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  • Textual record

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2012.3

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  • 1869 (Creation)
    Creator
    McCormick, John

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0.1 cm of textual records

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Collection consists of two letters written by John McCormick to a friend describing his experiences in Barkerville and the gold mining conditions on Williams Creek.

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  • English

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Transcriptions of letters available.

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No restrictions.

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2012.3

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