Picture Of Gold Nugget

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Picture Of Gold Nugget

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  • (Gold Nuggets) Calochortus luteus, or Yellow mariposa lily, is a mariposa lily endemic to California.
  • A gold nugget is a naturally occurring piece of native gold. Watercourses often concentrate the nuggets and they are recovered by placer mining, but they may also be found in residual deposits where the gold-bearing veins or lodes have been weathered.
  • The Gold Nugget mango (or, Golden Nugget) is a named mango cultivar that originated in south Florida.

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picture of gold nugget – Wallmonkeys Peel

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Charlotte Perry Wearing a Photo Brooch of Her Husband, Albumen Cabinet Card, Circa 1888

Charlotte Perry Wearing a Photo Brooch of Her Husband, Albumen Cabinet Card, Circa 1888
Written on reverse: " Mrs. A. A. Perry, Magalia, Calif., across from Henderson house. Full figure, c. 16×20, $1.98, just as it is. Mrs. Lottie Perry."

Charlotte Temple Denney, was born in Missouri in July 1851. Charlotte’s was the daughter of Smilie Denney and Sallie Grider. According to the"History of Butte County, Cal.," by George C. Mansfield, "Smiley Denney was a native of Kentucky, his wife was born in Tennessee, and they were married in Missouri. [Charlotte] was born in Springfield, Mo., and when but two years of age was taken by her mother and grandmother’s folks to Iowa, settling at Bloomfield, Davis County. Her father came to California at an early date and engaged in teaming over the mountains from Sacramento to Nevada. In the fall of 1873 he returned to Iowa. The same year, accompanied by his wife and children, he returned to California and located at Roseville, Placer County, where he had a ranch."

At Age 17, in 1868, she married 27-year-old Alvin Augustus Perry (b. September 1841 in Maine), a stage coach driver Perry hailed from Hope, Maine. He was the son of farmer Thomas Perry (b. abt 1794) and his wife, Sabra (b. about 1796), and the grandson of William and Martha Perry, also farmers, born in 1772. On the 1850 census, Perry was living with Thomas and Sabra, William and Martha, as well as twin brothers Nathaniel and Alvanado (b. 1836), sister, Abigail S. (b. abt 1839). The family was still in place in Hope on the 1860 census, although the twin brothers had apparently struck out on their own and there a new brother named, Alfred G. (b. abt 1846).

At age 20, Alvin Perry joined the Union Army, enlisting as a private in the Maine 2nd Light Artillery Battery on 30 November, 1861. He mustered out less than a year later on 12 Jun 1862. During his time of service, the 2nd battery garrisoned Fort Preble from March 10 to April 1, 1862, when it left for Washington. It participated in the actions at Cross Keys and Port Republic on June 8 and 9 in Rockingham County, Virginia. The battle was part of Confederate Army Maj. Gen. Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson’s campaign through the Shenandoah Valley. The Union armies were forced to retreat and leaving Jackson free to reinforce Gen. Robert E. Lee for the Seven Days Battles outside Richmond, Virginia. It is unclear why Perry was released from service, but the confluence of his date of leaving and the Cross Keys battle make it likely to have been because of war injury. By 1868, he was in Bloomfield, Iowa, where he met and married Charlotte Denny.

"In the spring of 1874, [Charlotte] with her two children, came from Iowa to California and located at Roseville, Placer County, Mr. Perry having remained in Iowa until the fall of the same year, when he arrived in California," the history explains. "In 1877, Mr. and Mrs. Perry removed to Magalia, Butte County, where he engaged in teaming. Five children were born to them, three of whom grew up and are now living: Herbert Newton Perry [(b. 1871)], who is a miner at Seneca, Plumas County, and is the father of two children; Louis Foster Perry [b. 1872)], who is a forest-ranger and resides at home; Elma Loretta, who married Albert Glover, a miner residing at Magalia, and is the mother of two children. In 1880, Mr. and Mrs. Perry built a fine residence in Magalia, which began as a gold-rush mining camp in 1842 an settled on its name in 1862 after the women of the town demanded it no longer be called Dogtown, is where A. K. Stearns, a workman, found the largest gold nugget weighing in at 54-lbs. It was worth $10,690.

On the 1900 census, the son Lewis was a 29-year-old gold miner, as was son Louis, age 28. The Perrys also had two young children–Elma Loretta (b. August 1891 in Iowa) and John (b. March 1893 in Iowa). Both of these children are "at school." A Steven Henderson, whose house appears to be referenced on the back of the this picture, lived three houses away.

Alvin Perry, "an honored pioneer of Magalia," according to the History, "died at Oroville, in 1907, at the age of sixty-one years." In January 1909, Charlotte remarried. Her second husband was Reed Myers Ingraham, a "well-known and prosperous placer-miner who has spent forty years of his eventful life in that vicinity," states the History.

Reed Myers Ingraham was born in Geauga County, Ohio, on January 6, 1856. "When ten years of age he removed with his parents to Illinois, where he remained on the home farm, assisting in the usual work of a farm lad. In 1875 he felt the desire to seek his fortune in the Golden West. In June of that year he arrived in Colusa County, Cal., and in November located at Magalia. Here he engaged in placer gold-mining and has continued in this business in the vicinity ever since, except for an absence of two years spent in Mexico, where he was engaged in the construction of the Mexican Central Railroad. He was present when the “gol

CONVERSATIONS WITH CHIYO Necklace by ECLETTICA

CONVERSATIONS WITH CHIYO Necklace by ECLETTICA
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