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U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - Bidwell Bar, California, Folio (No. 43), by H. W. Turner, U. S. Geological Survey, 1898, 6 pp., 1 sheet of illustrations, 3 maps.

U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - Big Trees, California, Folio (No. 51), by H. W. Turner and F. L. Ransome, U.S. Geological Survey, 1898, 8 pp., 1 sheet of illustrations, 3 maps.

U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - Colfax, California, Folio (No. 66), by Waldemar Lingren, U. S. Geological Survey, 1900, 10 pp., 4 maps.

U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - Downieville, California, Folio (No. 37), by H. W. Turner, U.S.Geological Survey, 1897, 8 pp., 1 sheet of illustrations, 4 maps.

U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - Jackson, California, Folio (No. 11), by H. W. Turner, U.S. Geological Survey, 1894, 6 pp., 4 maps. (See also Folio reprints 3, 5, and 11.)

U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - Lassen Peak, California - Folio (No. 15), by J. S. Diller, U.S. Geological Survey, 1895, 4 pp. 2 sheets of illustrations, 3 maps.

U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - Marysville, California, Folio (No. 17), by W. Lindgren and H. W. Turner, 1895, U. S. Geological Survey, 1895, 2 pp, 4 maps.

U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - Mother Lode District, California, Folio (No. 63), by F. L. Ransome, U.S. Geological Survey, 1900, 11 pp., 8 maps.

U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - Nevada City, California, Special Folio (No. 29), by Waldemar Lindgren, U. S. Geological Survey, 1896, 7 pp., 9 maps.

U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - Placerville, California, Folio (No. 3), by Waldemar Lingren and H. W. Turner, U. S. Geological Survey, 1894, 3 pp., 4 maps. (See also Folio reprints 3, 5, and 11.)

U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - Pyramid Peak, California, Folio (No. 31), by W. Lindgren, U. S. Geological Survey, 1896, 8 pp., 4 maps.

U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - Redding, California, Folio (No. 138), by J. S. Diller, U.S. Geological Survey, 1906, 14, (1) pp, 3 maps.

U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - Sacramento, California, Folio (No. 5), by Waldemar Lingren, U.S. Geological Survey, 1894, 3 pp., 4 maps. (See also Folio reprints 3, 5, and 11.)

U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - San Francisco, California, Folio (No. 193) (Tamalpais, San Francisco, Concord, San Mateo, and Hayward quadrangles), by A. C. Lawson, U.S. Geological Survey, 1914, 24, (1) pp., 1 sheet of illustrations, 15 maps. (Field edition, 1915, 180 pp., pls., maps.)

U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - San Luis, California, Folio (No. 101), by H. W. Fairbanks, U.S. Geological Survey, 1904, 14, (1) pp., 2 sheets of illustrations, 4 maps.

U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - Santa Cruz, California, Folio (No. 163), U.S. Geological Survey, 1909, 12 pp., 2 sheets of illustrations, 3 maps.

U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - Smartsville, California, Folio (No. 18), by H. W. Turner, U.S. Geological Survey, 1895, 6 pp., 4 maps.

U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - Sonora, California, Folio (No. 41), by F. W. Turner and F. L. Ransome, U.S. Geological Survey, 1897, 7 pp., 4 maps.

U. S. Geological Survey Atlas - Truckee, California, Folio (No. 39), by Waldemar Lindgren, U.S. Geological Survey, 1897, 8 pp., 4 maps.

U. S. Geological Survey Annual Report VIII, Part I, 1886-7. (Information on Mono County, California: pp. 261-394, by I. C. Russell.)

U. S. Geological Survey Monograph XI, 1885. (Information on Mono County, p. 267, by I. C. Russell.

U. S. Geological Survey Water Supply Paper 338 , by Gerald A. Waring, United States Geological Survey, 1915. (Information on Alpine County, California pp. 131, 1915; information on Mono County: pp. 132-136, 145, 147, 322, 336-337.)

Underground Limestone Quarries in California,” Geology magazine, Vol. 40, No. 1, January 1987, Sacramento: California Division of Mines and Geology. (from California State Library search)

United States City Directories (1861-1881) - Oakland, California, New Haven, Conn., Research Publications, 1976?. (from California State Library search)

United States City Directories (1861-1881) - Sacramento, California, New Haven, Conn., 1975. (from California State Library search)

United States Mining Laws, and Regulations Thereunder, and Other Reliable Information Relative to Mining Claims, by John A. Benson, Auburn, Calif.: Placer Argus, 1873, 19 pp. (from California State Library search)

The University of California 1868-1968, by Verne Stadtman, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1970.

University of California, Berkeley: An Architectural Tour and Photographs, by Harvey Helfand, photographs by Harvey Helfand, contributor Harvey Helfand, Princeton Architectural Press, 2002, 360 pp., ISBN 1568982933, 9781568982939.

University of California, Berkeley: The Campus, by Harvey Helfand, New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2002.

Up and Down California in 1860-64, by W. H. Brewer, edited by Francis P. Farquhar, Yale University Press, 1930, pp. 126.

Update of Mineral Land Classification: Aggregate Materials in the Fresno Production-Consumption Region, California, by Leslie G. Youngs and Russell V. Miller, Sacramento, CA: California Dept. of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology, 1999, 39 pp. (“Portion of title: Aggregate materials in the Fresno production-consumption region.”) (from California State Library search)

Update of Mineral Land Classification: Aggregate Materials in the South San Francisco Bay Production-Consumption Region [Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara counties], 1996, scale: 1:125,000 (OFR 96-03) (California Geological Survey)

Update of Mineral Land Classification of Portland Cement Concrete Aggregate inVentura, Los Angeles, and Orange Counties, California, Part 1, Ventura County, 1993 (OFR 93-10) (California Geological Survey)

The Upper San Joaquin Valley, 1772-1870, by Genevieve Kratka Magruder, Bakersfield, Calif.: Kern County Historical Society, Kern County Chamber of Commerce, 1950, 84 pp. (“Notes: ‘Original manuscript presented to the Faculty of the Department of History, University of Southern California in 1937 in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Master of Arts.’”) (from California State Library search)

Uses of Limestone and Dolomite, by J. E. Lamar, Illinois State Geological Survey Circular 321, 1961, 38 pp.

Utilization of Dolomite and High Magnesium Limestones, by Paul Hatmaker, U.S. Bureau of Mines Information Circular 6254, 1931, 18 p.”

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