California and related material
Philadelphia: Augustus S. Mitchell, 1846. The large folding map is approximately 22-1/2 x 21 inches in size, engraved and hand coloured.
Syracuse: Hall & Dickerson, 1847. Illustrated with large folding map ""Map of Oregon, California, New Mexico, N.W. Texas, & the Proposed Territory of Ne-Bras-Ka"" by Rufus B. Sage, 1846. Two additional plates.
Washington D.C.: Cornelius Wendell, 1857, 1859. Illustrated (all plates present as called for).
Truckee, California: Crowley & McGlashan, (1879).
New York: William A. Wheeler, 1865. Illustrated with a double page map of ""The Oil Territory of the Pacific Coast Petroleum Co."" by J. H. Colton, partially printed in colour.
. Photolithography: George Waters.
San Francisco: Grabhorn Press, 1942. , ix-xlii, , 3-152,  pp. Illustrated with twenty-six facsimiles of maps described in the catalog.
Nuremberg: Iohann Bapt. Homann and Johann Gabriel Dopplemayr, .
Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1917. Illustrated with portraits and photographs.
Berkeley: Ellis A. Davis, 1911, 1914, 1915. Profusely illustrated with photographs of people and places. One volume with many maps, some folding, some in colour.
Stockholm : Stockholms Lith. Art. Anstalt, 1872. Illustrated with 17 lithographs from photographs and drawings by the author, four fully coloured, 13 tinted.
San Francisco: John Howell, 1929. Illustrated with numerous plates of facsimile letters, reproductions of engravings, photographs, etc., folding facsimile of the California Star, March 15, 1848 (1st Local mention of gold discovery). This edition extra-illustrated with 20 additional items (original letters, notes, etc. -not facsimiles), as listed on typed table.