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Pratt Family Papers.
Collection Number: D-369
- 3.2 linear feet
- The Pratt Family were early settlers of California's San Joaquin Valley, ultimately settling on the Stanislaus River near Mariposa, California. The family ran the Zinc House stage coach stop which was located near Stockton on the French Camp Road.
Correspondence and diaries related to the early settlement of California's San Joaquin Valley, historical photographs of the Pratt family and of farm machinery and draft notes and tapes used in the development of Jean Noack Pratt's three books.
- Inclusive Dates
- California History
- Additional Collection Information
- Finding Aid on the Online Archive of California (http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt1h4nf0d8/)
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