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"All's not gold that glitters", or, The young Californian / by Cousin Alice [pseud.], author of "No such word as fail," "Contentment better than wealth," etc. etc.

Main Author: Haven, Alice B. 1827-1863.
Language(s): English
Published: New-York : D. Appleton & company, 200 Broadway, [c1853]
Subjects: Gold mines and mining > California > Juvenile literature.
Frontier and pioneer life > California > Juvenile literature.
Voyages to the Pacific coast > Juvenile literature.
Conduct of life > Juvenile literature.
Boys > Juvenile literature.
California > Gold discoveries > Juvenile literature.
Note: Publisher's catalog: [2] p. at end.
Series from preface, p. [5]-6.
"Home books. By Cousin Alice"-- p. [1]
Wood-engraved plates. Plate facing p. [9] signed: N. Levy, N.Y.. Plate facing p. 66 drawn by "JMcL", engraved by Swinton & Fay. Plates facing p. 152 and p. 209 engraved by Whitney after drawings by J. M. Lenan.
Added chromolithographed t.p.
Physical Description: 214, [2] p., [4] leaves of plates : ill. ; 18 cm.
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