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" ... thrown off. Beyond these again, and which completed the walk, was a double row of boxes of tobacco, of large size. Although this style of walk may seem very extravagant, even to an old pioneer, yet at that time sacks of Chilean flour, cooking stoves,... "
The Argonauts of California: Being the Reminiscences of Scenes and Incidents ... - Page 48
1890 - 501 pages
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California: Its History and Romance

John Steven McGroarty - California - 1911 - 393 pages
...over which it was necessary to carefully pick your way, as some of the covers had accidentally been thrown off. Beyond these again, and which completed...greatest demand, selling in some instances at $600 per thousand, whilst the former articles, in consequence of the great supply, were of little value." But...
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Forty-niners 'round the Horn

Charles R. Schultz - History - 1999 - 352 pages
...time in California, flour, cooking stoves, and tobacco were considerably cheaper than lumber, which was in "the greatest demand, selling in some instances at $600" per thousand feet.8 Since nearly everyone who sailed to California in 1 849 did so in order to obtain as...
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