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Title  A Sacramento Merchant's Establishment of 1850
Publisher  Palo Alto, Calif. : Lewis Osborne
Date  ca. 1850
Description  1 wood engraving ; 4 x 5 in.
Subject(s)  Warren & Co. (1), General stores--California--Sacramento (1), Sacramento (Calif.) (782)

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Summary  Sacramento's first agricultural fair was held at J.J.L.F. Warren's New England Feed Store on Front Street in 1850. By 1854 Warren's occupation had changed from seedsman to editor and he launched THE CALIFORNIA FARMER AND JOURNAL OF USEFUL SCIENCES, a weekly published in San Francisco beginning January 10, 1854. In May of 1855, Warren moved the newspaper and the offices of the Agricultural Society to Sacramento, but it returned to San Francisco, where it is still published, in July of 1856.
Owning 
Institution
 
Sacramento Public Library, Sacramento Room
Copyright  Sacramento Public Library, Sacramento Room
Call 
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SPE 979.454 S857 1967 SAC
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SPE 979.454 S857 1967 SAC - p. 47

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