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van Dyke Street in San Francisco was named after Walter van Dyke.

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1862 San Francisco City Directory
Albert W. Bee and Charles F. Cook of Eureka Soap Company
Eureka Soap started manufacturing soap in May, 1862.
Albert W. Bee
Charles F. Cook

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 22, Number 3358, 1 January 1862
Telegraph impovements in California in 1861

California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences, Volume 16, Number 13, 3 January 1862
Third flood of 1861

Daily Alta California, Volume XIV, Number 4350, 17 January 1862
Flood of 1862

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 22, Number 3398, 18 February 1862
Pacific Telegraph and Associated Press

Daily Alta California, Volume XIV, Number 4392, 28 February 1862
A. W. Bee signed petition to request the California Legislature not approve the "pro rata acts".

Daily Alta California, Volume XIV, Number 4404, 12 March 1862
Report by Special Commission on Chinese

Orville Clark, one of the bidders for the Pacific telegraph, died on March 19, 1862 of congestion of the lungs.

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 23, Number 3442, 11 April 1862
An act in the California Senate to issue war bonds to A. W. Bee was introduced.
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Read about Walter van Dyke

April 12, 1862 Mountain Democrat column 5
Second Placerville Fire Engine Picnic

April 26, 1862
Anti-Coolie Act

May 3, 1862 Mountain Democrat column 1 Railroad and Military

At the residence of his brother, Col. F. A. Bee, in this city, on the 3rd inst, of congestion of the lungs, Richard Bee - per May 10, 1862 Mountain Democrat.
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Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 23, Number 3469, 12 May 1862
Death of Richard Bee

Richard Bee probate records

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 23, Number 3463, 5 May 1862
A.W. Bee and war bond coupons

NOTE: On May 14, 1862, Governor Leland Stanford signed Senate Bill 183 to authorize the State Treasurer to issue war bonds to A. W. Bee.

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 23, Number 3463, 5 May 1862
Meeting about the Sacramento Valley Railroad running a line to Placerville
The Placerville & Sacramento Valley Railroad Co. was incorporated June 12, 1862. Consolidated into the Northern Railway Company May 15, 1888. Consolidated with the Southern Pacific Company April 14, 1898.
History of Placerville & Sacramento Valley Railroad

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 23, Number 3469, 12 May 1862
Railroad meeting in Placerville

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 23, Number 3500, 17 June 1862
Placerville and Sacramento Valley Railroad filed articles of incorporation.
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Articles of Incorporation

Daily Alta California, Volume XIV, Number 4505, 18 June 1862
Articles of Incorporation of Placerville & Sacramento Valley Railroad filed.

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 23, Number 3502, 19 June 1862
Two $100 war bonds issued to A. W. Bee.
Signatures of Governor Stanford and leaders of Senate and Assemby
Read Act from 1852

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 23, Number 3529, 21 July 1862
Madman attacked Mr. and Mrs. Bee.

September 6, 1862 Weekly Mountain Democrat, column 1
F A Bee appointed to committee to survey route for railroad line over the mountains.

Daily Alta California, Volume XIV, Number 4609, 5 October 1862
A W Bee and Everett Gold and Silver Mining Company
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Articles of incorporation for Everett Gold and Silver Mining Company
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Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 20, Number 3104, 9 March 1861
Gold discovery named "Edward Everett"
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Everett Newton Bee, son of Albert W. Bee, was born on August 28, 1861.

Pacific Appeal, Volume I, Number 29, 18 October 1862
Patriotic Colored People gave $81 contribution to F. A. Bee, A.C. Henry and J.C. Perkins.

Daily Alta California, Volume XIV, Number 4650, 15 November 1862
Conference of railway advocates

Daily Alta California, Volume XIV, Number 4662, 27 November 1862
Albert Bee and mines in Nevada Territory

Daily Alta California, Volume XIV, Number 4670, 5 December 1862
Submarine cable proposed for portion of Sacramento to San Francisco telegraph line

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 24, Number 3655, 8 December 1862
Submarine cable proposed for portion of Sacramento to San Francisco telegraph line.

Daily Alta California, Volume XIV, Number 4681, 16 December 1862
Drought of 1862



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