Castor, before 2009

A limited number of issues of Castor Canadensis from 1998 to fall 2009 are held at Holt-Atherton Library of the University of the Pacific.

For information, contact . . .

Nicole Grady 
Holt-Atherton Library
Dept. of Special Collections
University of the Pacific
Stockton, CA 95211

Joseph J. Wheeler, “Jedediah Smith and the Power of Myth.” (Spring 1998).

Dick Dyer, “California’s Central Sierra: Mapping and Mountaineering, Part I.” (Summer 1998).

Dick Dyer, “California’s Central Sierra: Mapping and Mountaineering, Part II.” (Fall 1998).

Jim Hardee, “Trapping the Buenventura: Peter Skene Ogden’s First Trapping Expedition into California.” (Winter 1998).

“200th Anniversary Jedediah Strong Smith Birthday New York and Stockton Birthday Banquet National Birthday Celebrations.” Haworth Clover, Review of David Weber, Californios vs. Jedediah Smith. (Spring 1999).

Jim Smith, “Jedediah Smith in Montana.” (Summer 1999).

Daryl Morrison, “Images of Jedediah Smith.” (Fall 1999).

Daryl Morrison, “Jedediah Smith, An Introduction.” (Winter 1999).

Spring 2000. No publication.

Troy Tuggle, “Sullivan’s Travels: an Opinion.” “Stop for a Rest Interstate 94—Hysham, MT.” Haworth Clover, Review of David Lavender, Fist in the Wilderness. (Summer 2000).

Fall 2000. No publication.

John W. Robinson, “Jedediah Smith in Southern California.” Richard Dillion, Review of James Hardee, Soft Gold. (Winter 2000).

Wayne Knauf and James Hardee, “A Debate: San Dimas Statue.” (Spring 2001).

Richard Batman, “My Search for James Pattie.” “Capt’n Says.” A preview to a new found JS letter. (Summer 2001).

Smith, Jedediah Strong. “Letter to Hon. John H. Eaton, Secretary at War, 2 March 1831.” Haworth Clover, “Jedediah Smith’s Handwriting.” Haworth Clover, Review of Roger Kennedy, Burr, Hamilton, and Jefferson, a Study in Character. (Fall 2001).

Haworth Clover, “On the Road to San Jose.” Haworth Clover, Review of Barton Barbour, Fort Union and the Upper Missouri Fur Trade. (Winter 2001).

June Byrne, “Jedediah After Smith.” James Hardee and Haworth Clover, Review of Erin King, So Circles the Eagle: The Bold Adventures of Jedediah Smith and His Love for a Native American Woman: An American Saga. (Spring 2002).

Richard Batman, “Richard Cleveland and the Sea Otter Trade.” Haworth Clover, “Louis Andreas and Liberty Cemetery.” (Summer 2002).

James C. Auld, “Jedediah, His Religion and Bible.” (Fall 2002).

Scott Lawson, “Jim Beckwourth in Plumas County.” W. R. Swagerty, “Rupert’s Land Studies Colloquium at Oxford University.” Richard Hanner, “With Plaque and Beer, Pioneer Remembered at Liberty Cemetery.” (Winter 2002).

James Hardee, “Beavers ‘n’ Bibles.” Review of Bruce Bradley, Hugh Glass. (Spring 2003).

Herman Leader, “HBC in California, Part 1.” (Summer 2003).

Herman Leader. “HBC in California. Conclusion, Part II.” (Fall 2003).

James Smith and Bill Swagerty. “Geo Caching on the Jedediah Smith Trail.” (Winter 2003).

Haworth Clover, editor. “The Hudson’s Bay Company in San Francisco.” “The Pocket Watch in Archives.” (Spring 2004).

Iris Engstrand, “H. W. William Wolfskill: California’s Forgotten Mountain Man.” (Summer 2004).

Edgar Weber, “Hudson’s Bay Company and How They Got to California.” (Fall 2004). 

Olive Davis, “Trails and Roads of San Joaquin County.” (Winter 2004).

James Hardee, “Was Smith Ever Called Diah?” “New Utah Monument.” (Spring 2005).

Nancy Taniguchi, “That Golden Moment—Jed Reaches the Pacific, Part 1.)” (Summer 2005).

Nancy Taniguchi, “That Golden Moment, Part II.” (Fall 2005).

Haworth A. Clover, “Jedediah Smith’s Lost Pistol—The Truth or Urban Legend.” (Winter 2005).

James Hardee, “John S. Turner.” (Spring 2006).

Gordon Martin, “Gun Committee Questions.” Glenn Price, “The Questions Jedediah Smith Asked.” Haworth Clover, Review of Charlotte F. Jones, Westward Ho! Eleven Explorers of the West. R.R. Stuart, “First Crop from the San Joaquin, Part 1.” (Summer 2006).

Joe Molter, “Jed’s Overlook and ‘Turn Around Flat’.” R.R. Stuart, “First Crop from the San Joaquin, Part 2.” Haworth Clover, Review of Fred Gowans, Rocky Mountain Rendezvous. Also included, “Map: Rendezvous Sites 1825—1840.” (Fall 2006).

Alex Miller, “Manuel Lisa: A Short History 1722 to 1820.” (Winter 2006).

Carol Wilson, “Sacajawea Heritage Days Salmon, Idaho.” Haworth A. Clover, Reviews of Don Berry, A Majority of Scoundrels: An Informal History of the Rocky Mountain Fur Company and  Aaron Robert Woodard, Soft Fur and Iron Men. A History of the Fur Trade in South Dakota and the Upper Missouri. (Spring 2007).

“Golden Anniversary Luncheon.” “The Beaver Plew.” (Summer 2007).

James Hardee, “Jedediah Smith and the Brig Owhyhee at Fort Vancouver.” Eric Jung, Review of Nadia West, Eye of the Bear. (Fall 2007).

Troy Tuggle, “Tribute to Hugh E. Hayes.” (Winter 2007).

Charles Horn, “Jedediah Smith Biographer.” (Spring 2008).

Naida West, “Jedediah Smith in Eye of the Bear.” Linda Gariner, Review of Rosemary Palmer, Jim Bridger: Trapper, Trader, and Guide. (Summer 2008).

James E. Smith, “Jed’s Last Letter, A Point of View.” (Fall 2008).

Joe Molter, “2009 Fall Rendezvous.” “Jedediah Smith and the Two Fort Vancouvers.” (Winter 2009).

Aaron Woodward, “Senator Thomas Benton and the American Fur Trade.” Roger Bloomquist, “The Mountain Man Saddle, Part 1.” P.1. Wm. Swagerty, Review of Barton Barbour, Jedediah Smith: No Ordinary Mountain Man. (Spring 2009).

Naida West, “The End of the Frontier and Its Legacy, Part 1.” Review of Barton Barbour, Jedediah Smith: No Ordinary Mountain Man. (Summer 2009).

Clifford Merle Curtice, “Wishbone.” “A 20th Century Mountain Man.” “California Gold.” A poem. (Fall 2009).