The Jayhawkers of '49 were a Death Valley pioneering party, many of which died of starvation en route in 1849. This collection
includes newspaper articles on the reunion of the survivors in 1913 and a newspaper clipping on member Colonel John B. Colton
The Jayhawkers of '49 were a Death Valley pioneering party, many of which died of starvation en route in 1849.
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