Written in English
|Statement||by George Rippey Stewart, Jr|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 100, iii leaves|
|Number of Pages||100|
Robert Louis Stevenson in California Paperback – Aug by Katharine Durham Osbourne (Author)Cited by: 1. Stevenson was flat broke and completely unknown when he lived in Northern California. He was yet to become the revered author of “Treasure Island,” “Kidnapped,” “The Strange Case of Dr. On this page you will find information about Robert Louis Stevenson’s travels in California. It was in California that Stevenson married and honeymooned, and also where he spent his last time in the United States before travelling to the South Seas. With Stevenson to California. [James Lynch] -- Lynch arrived in California with Stevenson's 1st New York Infantry Regiment in the conquest of California during the Mexican War. He described also his settling in Tierra Redondo, San Luis Obispo.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Osbourne, Katharine D. (Katharine Durham), b. Robert Louis Stevenson in California. Chicago, A.C. McClurg & co., Stevenson fell deeply in love with Osbourne. Two years later, he followed her as she returned to California to finalize her divorce, a journey he described in The Amateur Emigrant (). Stevenson and Osbourne married in California and spent their honeymoon at an abandoned silver mine. As a California school enlightened by a global sensibility, Stevenson is premised on a vision of education as the means by which we discover the world and contribute to its transformation. We believe that one’s education is best pursued in the company of others, for others’ benefit as well as one’s own. Robert Louis Stevenson has books on Goodreads with ratings. Robert Louis Stevenson’s most popular book is Treasure Island.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Robert Louis Stevenson in California by Katharine D. Osbourne (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at . In the summer of , an obscure Scottish author set out for California in pursuit of a married woman 10 years his senior. The three-week journey nearly killed him. And the . One of the most engaging early books about 19 th-century California is Robert Louis Stevenson’s account of his visit to the Napa Valley, titled The Silverado Squatters. The emerging writer honeymooned with his bride and her child in an abandoned cabin at a defunct silver mine, known as the Silverado Mine, north of Calistoga, and recorded his impressions of the area. There are 36 phone book listings for people that are named Charles Stevenson in California. These people are located in 25 cities.