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Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 24, Number 3682, 9 January 1863
Pacific Railroad celebration in Sacramento
Daily Alta California, Volume 15, Number 4717, 23 January 1863
A. W. Bee, agent for Central Pacific Railroad Company of California
Central Pacific Railroad and Placerville toll road
Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 24, Number 3703, 3 February 1863
Albert Bee mentioned in article about proposed legislation to amend contract to build Pacific Telegraph. A W Bee had the right to take $170,000 in stock.
Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 24, Number 3728, 4 March 1863
Incorporation of Shoshone Silver
March 21, 1863 Mountain Democrat - column 3
F A Bee and Miner's meeting
April 11, 1863 Mountain Democrat – column 1
Meeting of the Eureka Copper, Gold and Silver Mining Company
May 16, 1863 Mountain Democrat - column 2
F A Bee announced he was an Abolitionist.
Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 25, Number 3810, 8 June 1863
How to stay out of the Civil War
June 17, 1863 Reese River Reveille
Albert W. Bee became Chairman of the Austin Town Company.
Reese River report
Manhattan Silver Mining Company Articles of Association
California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences, Volume 19, Number 16, 12 June 1863
Telegraph extended from Genoa,Nevada to Aurora, Nevada with plans for Reese River
Note: Albert Bee died on November 14, 1863 in Reese River.
California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences, Volume 19, Number 18, 26 June 1863
Shoshone information and Reese River Indians
Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 25, Number 3825, 25 June 1863
Daily Alta California, Volume 15, Number 4903, 31 July 1863
Progress of Shoshone Silver Mining Company
Daily Alta California, Volume 15, Number 4914, 11 August 1863
Bee Silver Mining Company(Albert Bee in Reese Valley)
and J.H. Wade's Sancho Panza Mining Company
Articles of Incorporation for Rochester Gold and Silver Mining Company
Articles of Incorporation for Bee Silver Mining Company
Charter forfeited for failure to pay license tax for the year of June 30, 1866.
Daily Alta California, Volume 15, Number 4932, 29 August 1863
A W Bee and Rochester Gold and Silver Mining Company, Reese River, Nevada Territory
NOTE: In October 1863, Governor Nye signed the Treaty of Peace and Friendship with the Shoshone Indians at Ruby Valley.
Daily Alta California, Volume 15, Number 4934, 31 August 1863
Austin, Reese River, Lander County, Nevada Territory
Daily Alta California, Volume 15, Number 4937, 3 September 1863
Reese River mines
NOTE: Barlow Bee (B. B. Bee) and Reese River mentioned in Statistical Report.
September 18, 1863
Incorporation of Richland Silver Mining Company in San Francisco, California with capital stock of $160,000 (200 shares, $800 per share)
Corporation was formed to mine for gold and silver in Reese River Mining District, Lander County, Nevada Territory
Trustees were Albert W. Bee, O. B. Bagley, Lewis Shearer, W. K. Flint, M. J. Newmark.
Barlow Bee was one of the witnesses.
October 17, 1863 Mountain Democrat - column 1
F A Bee was NOT named as Provost Marshal.
October 24, 1863 Mountain Democrat - column 1
S. B. Goddard enrolled men for draft.
November 2, 1863 from Wikipedia
"Theodore Dehone Judah (March 4, 1826–November 2, 1863) was an American railroad engineer who dreamed of the first Transcontinental Railroad. He found investors for what became the Central Pacific Railroad (CPRR). As chief engineer, he performed much of the land survey work to determine the best possible route for the railroad over the Sierra Nevada mountains."
Theodore Judah died.
Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 26, Number 3949, 17 November 1863
Albert Bee death
Albert W. Bee Obituary
Note: Obituary mentions Shoshone and Bee Companies and Theodore Judah.
Albert W. Bee died of pneumonia.
Daily Alta California, Volume 15, Number 5013, 19 November 1863
Albert W. Bee died in Austin, Nevada Territory
Major Albert Wilson Bee died.
November 21, 1863 Mountain Democrat
The sad intelligence reached us that Major A W Bee, a pioneer of Placerville, had died in Austin, NT, on Sunday morning last. Major Bee settled in this place early in 1849 , as always, manifested a deep interest in the welfare of our city. He was liberal, enterprising and successful in business, honorable in his dealings, correct in his deportment, and courteous in manner. He was an estimable citizen, a good neighbor, and an indulgent husband and father. In connection with his brother, Col. F. A. Bee, he labored zealously to construct the overland telegraph and his name and that of his brother, will be forever memorialized with that grand enterprise. At the time of this death he was largely and profitably engaged in mining at Reese River and owned some of the best claims, in that rich region. He leaves a wife and children in San Francisco and a large circle of friends in this county to mourn his loss.
Daily Alta California, Volume 15, Number 5020, 26 November 1863
Conditions in Reese Rive and Austin, Nevada Territoryr
Daily Alta California, Volume 15, Number 5023, 29 November 1863
A. W. Bee funeral to be held at home
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