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The Early Days and Men of California, by William F. Swasey, Pacific Press Publishing Co., Oakland, Cal., San Francisco, New York, and London, 1891.  (This book is available on Google Books – Full View Books.)

Early Days in The Livermore-Amador Valley (California), by Merilyn Calhoun, Hayward, Calif., Alameda County School Department, 1973, 62 pp. (from California State Library search)

Early History of San Luis Obispo County (California), by Myrle Reese Bridge, Cambria, Calif., 1961, 44 p. (from California State Library search)

Early History Stories of Modoc County (California), compiled by Gertrude P. French, Alturas, Calif., Alturas Plaindealer, 193?. (from California State Library search)

Early Marin (California), by Jack Mason, in collaboration with Helen Van Cleave Park, Petaluma, Calif., House of Printing, 1971, 212 pp. (from California State Library search)

Early Mining Laws of Tuolumne and Calaveras Counties (California), by Tyrrell Martínez and Frank J. Drummond, Berkeley for State of California, Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Parks, 1936, 68 leaves. (“Written under the auspices of Works Progress Administration, District #8, Project #65-3-4194, symbol #1873.)

Early Story of Santa Clara and Alameda Counties (California), by George E. P. Walton, Palo Alto, Calif., 1969. (from California State Library search)

Early Truckee Records: A Genealogy Reference For The Historic Truckee-Donner Region of California, by Marilou West Ficklin, Truckee, Calif., 1995. (from California State Library search)

East of These Golden Shores: Architecture of The Earlier Days in Contra Costa and Alameda Counties (California), by Dave Bohn, Oakland, Calif., Junior League of Oakland, 1971. (from California State Library search)

Echoes from Calaveras Ghost Towns: Happy Valley, Jesus Maria, Esperanza, Rich Gulch; Calaveras County History (California), compiled by Emmett P. Joy. (from California State Library search)

Economic and Industrial Survey and Study of Industrial Land Use and Zoning, Ventura County, California, Ventura County Board of Supervisors, Ventura, Calif., Ventura County Chamber of Commerce, 1956, 64 pp. (from California State Library search)

Economic Geology of Portions of Del Norte and Siskiyou Counties, Northwesternmost California,” by J. H. Maxson, California Journal Mining and Geology, Vol. 29, Nos. 1, 2, 1933, pp. 123-160.

Economic Geology of the French Gulch Quadrangle, Shasta and Trinity Counties, California, Special Report 85, by John P. Albers, with a section on a geophysical survey of the Iron Mountain Mine, by C.H. Sandberg, San Francisco, Calif., Division of Mines and Geology, 1965, 42 pp. (from California State Library search)

Economic Geology of the Panamint Butte Quadrangle and Modoc District, Inyo County, California, Special Report 073, by W. E. Hall, and H. G. Stephens, California Division of Mines and Geology, 1963.

The Economic Resources of Madera County, California, prepared by Madera County Economic Inventory Committee, Madera County Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with the State of California Economic Development Agency, Madera, Calif.?, 1964?, 110 pp. (from California State Library search)

The Economic Resources of Western El Dorado County, Including Placerville, California, With Supplement South Shore Lake Tahoe, prepared by a citizens committee of El Dorado County, in cooperation with El Dorado County Chamber of Commerce, and the State of California Economic Development Agency, Placerville, Calif., 1963. (from California State Library search)

Economic Survey of Riverside County (California), Riverside, Calif., Board of Trade, 1956?, 18 pp. (from California State Library search)

"The Effects of the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire on Various Structures and Structural Materials," in Bulletin No. 324, by R. I. Humphrey, 1907, pp. 14-61.

"The Effects of the San Francisco Earthquake on Buildings, Engineering Structures, and Structural Materials," by J. S. Sewell, in Bulletin 324, United States Geological Survey, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C., 1907, pp. 62-130.

Eighth County Directory of Humboldt, Marin, Napa, Yolo, Lake, Solano, Mendocino, and Sonoma Counties (California), San Francisco, Cal., L. M. McKenney & Co., 1885-1886. (from California State Library search)

Eighth Report of the State Mineralogist for Two Years Ending October 1, 1888, California Mining Bureau Report 8, 948 pp. (Amador County, pp. 41-115; California lime and cement, pp. 865; California slate, pp. 662.)

El Dorado!: California's Empire County, by Richard Hughey, Pollock Pines, CA, R. Hughey, 2003, 211 pp. (from California State Library search)

“El Dorado County (California),” Lewis E. Aubrey, California Mining Bureau Register of Mines and Minerals, 1902, p. 17.

El Dorado County, California Mineral Bur. Report 10, by Henry De Groot, California Division of Mines and Geology, 1890, pp. 169-182.

El Dorado County Recorder's General Index (1850-1910) (California), El Dorado County Recorder. (from California State Library search)

El Dorado County, Showing Boundaries of National Forests (Map), California State Mining Bureau (available in 1920).

“Electric Power on The Pacific Coast, ” A. M. Hunt and W. Meredith, California Mines and Minerals, publishedby the California Miners' Association under the direction of Edward H. Benjamin, secretary of the California meeting of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, San Francisco, Press of L. Roesch, 1899, 450 pp.

“Electronic Sorting of Limestone,” by N. A. Chew, Minerals Processing, August, 1964, pp. 28-29.

Eleventh Census Report on Mineral Industries, pp. 626, Washington, D. C. (Contains information on marble in California.)

Eleventh Report of the State Mineralogist for Two Years Ending September 15, 1892 , California Mining Bureau Report 11, 1892, 612 pp. (Amador County, pp. 139-149; Marble in California pp. 312, 363, 506; slate, pp. 662.)

An Enduring Heritage:  Historic Buildings of the San Francisco Peninsula, by Dorothy F. Regnery, photos by Jack E. Boucher, sponsored by the Junior League of Palo Alto, Inc., in cooperation with the Historic American Buildings Survey of the National Park Service, Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press, 1976, 124 pp. (from California State Library search)

“The Eocene of Oroville South Table Mountain,” by R. E. Dickerson, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, University of California , vol. 9, no. 17, May 1916, pp. 388-395.

"The Eruptive Rocks of Point Bonita," by F. Leslie Ransome, University of California Dept. Geol. Sci. Bulletin, vol. 1, 1893, pp. 71-114.

Eureka Slate Company Catalog, San Francisco, California. (from MELVYL search; available at the Bancroft Library, Berkeley, CA)

Every Name Index To History of Stanislaus County, California: With Biographical Sketches, by George H. Tinkham, compiled and edited by Geraldine Moser, Modesto, Calif., Genalogical Society of Stanislaus County, California, 2000, 171 pp. (from California State Library search)

Every Structure Tells A Story: How To Research The History of A Property in Santa Cruz County: With Research Techniques, Sources of Information, Locations of Research Material, and a Bibliography, compiled by members of the Santa Cruz County Historical Trust, Publications Committee, Santa Cruz, Calif., Santa Cruz County Historical Trust, 1990, 112 pp. (from California State Library search)

Evolution of the California Landscape, by N. E. A. Hinds, California Division of Mines Bulletin 158, 1952.

Expanded Index to Santa Cruz County Place Names: A Geographical Dictionary (California), by Donald Thomas Clark, Santa Cruz, CA: History Museum of Santa Cruz County, 1993, 62 pp.

Exploiting The View: Photographs of Yosemite and Mariposa (California), by Carleton Watkins and George Dimock, North Bennington, Vt., Park-McCullough House, 1984, 32 pp. (from California State Library search)

Exploring and Mining Gems and Gold in the West, by Fred Rynerson.

Exploring Marin (California), San Anselmo, Calif., Marin Conservation League, Committee on Natural Resources, 1941. (from California State Library search)

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