YEAR 1865

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Bee-Bennett House circa 1865

Scenes of wonder and curiosity in California. Illustrated ... . Hutchings, J. M

Frederick A. Bee's Testimony in front of Nevada Legislature
and
This testimony is also in this book of railroad pamphlets.
This book has many statistics about California railroads.

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 28, Number 4300, 2 January 1865
Statistics of California

Daily Alta California, Volume 17, Number 5467, 23 February 1865
Mail steamship service between San Francisco and China - The bill had been introduced by Senator Cornelius Cole.
and
H.R. 581


Daily Alta California, Volume 17, Number 5494, 22 March 1865
Passage of Act that created Oriental Steamship Company
and
Reaction to this act
and
Cornelius Cole memoirs

Daily Alta California, Volume 17, Number 5505, 2 April 1865
Mrs. A. W. Bee and child traveled to the East.
Passenger list
Ariel arrived in New York on April 26, 1865.

Daily Alta California, Volume 17, Number 5514, 11 April 1865
General Lee surrendered.

Funeral Address for President Lincoln published by F. A. Bee and other citizens of Placerville

A History of the United States Since the Civil War

Daily Alta California, Volume 17, Number 5569, 5 June 1865
Lost valise

Daily Alta California, Volume 17, Number 5588, 24 June 1865
General Orders No. 50

Speaker of the House, Schuyler Colfax, arrived in San Francisco on July 1, 1865 after 2000 mile stagecoach ride.

Daily Alta California, Volume 17, Number 5595, 1 July 1865
Mr. Colfax wrote that the editor of the Carson Daily Appeal had been unfair to Frederick Bee.

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 29, Number 4455, 1 July 1865
Colfax and Party in Placerville

Across the continent : a summer's journey to the Rocky Mountains, the Mormons, and the Pacific states, with Speaker Colfax (1866)
by Samuel Bowles

Our new West : records of travel between the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean : over the plains--over the mountains--through the great interior basin--over the Sierra Nevadas--to and up and down the Pacific coast : with details of the wonderful natural scenery, agriculture, mines, business, social life, progress, and prospects ... including a full description of the Pacific railroad : and of the life of the Mormons, Indians, and Chinese (1869)
by Samuel Bowles - Placerville begins on page 308 and "The Chinese" starts on page 394.

Daily Alta California, Volume 17, Number 5596, 2 July 1865
Colonel Bee led excursion of distinguished visitors.

F. A. Bee mentioned in the Telegrapher

A photograph of Schuyler Colfax in a stage coach on his way to Placerville

July 8, 1865 Mountain Democrat column 1
Schuyler Colfax reception in Placerville

Friends' Review reprint of July 12, 1865 NY Tribune article
Story about Colfax trip

Stories about Colfax trip

Colonel Bee on pages 355 and 356 of Schuyler Colfax's journal

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 29, Number 4490, 12 August 1865
Mrs. A. W. Bee arrived in California.

Daily Alta California, Volume 17, Number 5637, 12 August 1865
Barlow Bee traveled on the Moses Taylor to Panama.
Note: Barlow Bee gave a wedding for his daughter on September 12, 1865 at 10 Hudson, Rochester, New York.

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 29, Number 4491, 14 August 1865
Barlow Bee traveled on the Moses Taylor to Panama.

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 29, Number 4494, 17 August 1865
George F. Bragg bought controlling interest in Placerville & Sacramento Valley Railroad

Daily Alta California, Volume 17, Number 5643, 18 August 1865
Colfax party in Chinatown

August 19, 1865 Mountain Democrat - column 2
F A Bee was not prepared to speak at meeting to organize Union Club.

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 29, Number 4501, 25 August 1865
Colfax party in Chinatown

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 29, Number 4503, 28 August 1865
Railroad meeting in Placerville

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 29, Number 4519, 15 September 1865
F A Bee reported on railroad

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 30, Number 4529, 27 September 1865
From the Missouri to the Pacific

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 30, Number 4533, 2 October 1865
Execution of Thomas Bell Poole, murderer, robber, Confederate sympathizer on September 29, 1865.

Daily Alta California, Volume 17, Number 5698, 12 October 1865
Sale of A. W. Bee's furnishings

California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences, Volume 24, Number 14, 13 October 1865
San Francisco earthquake of October 8, 1865

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 30, Number 4548, 19 October 1865
Mrs. A. W. Bee traveled to the East.

Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 30, Number 4557, 30 October 1865
Colfax trip and party in Chinatown

NY Times 11 November 1865
Mrs. A W Bee arriving in New York

Daily Alta California, Volume 17, Number 5762, 16 December 1865
Notice of annual stockholders meeting of Bee Silver Mining Company in San Francisco



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Speaker of the House Schuyler Colfax and Lt. Governor William Bross of Illinois