Three letters from A.J. and Elizabeth Camblein written to family, describing various aspects of life in California, including
the climate, the state of mining and prospecting in the waning days of the gold rush, opportunities for good land in the Western
United States, and a woman's struggles after the death of her husband.
A.J. and Elizabeth Camblein had three children and lived in Northern California in the late 1850s.
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