Miller, Joaquin. Columbus. Music by Ann K. Bleyer; lyrics adapted from the poem by Joaquin Miller. Ann K. Bleyer. (23 August 1993) [MGK]
-----. Exodus for Oregon and Pace Implora. In From Here We Speak: An Anthology of Oregon Poetry. Edited by Ingrid Wendt & Primus St. John. Corvallis, Oregon: Oregon State University Press. 1993. The Oregon Literature Series, Gen. Ed. George Venn, Managing Ed. Ulrich Hardt. Vol 4: Oregon Poetry. p. 50-53. Reprinted from Joaquin Miller's Poems, 6 vols. San Francisco: Whitaker and Ray, 1909-1910. [MGK]
-----. “Joaquin Miller on Environmental Deterioration in the Gold Country 1890.” In chap. 8 of Major Problems in American Environmental History. Ed. Carolyn Merchant, University of California, Berkeley. 1993. Lexington, Massachusetts: D.C. Heath and Company. 1993. 259-261 (see also Houghton Mifflin on line). From My Life Amongst the Indians. Chicago: Morril, Higgins & Co. 1892  pp. 18-22, 54-55. [MGK]
-----. “The Lion in the Path.”  Reprinted in “Joaquin Miller's Charcoal Sketches: Women” by Margaret Guilford-Kardell in American Periodicals:, A Journal of History, Criticism, and Bibliography. Denton, Texas: University of North Texas. 1993. [MGK]
-----. “Music-loving Bears.” In Varieties of Hope: An Anthology of Oregon Prose. Edited by Gordon B. Dodds. Corvallis, Oregon: Oregon State University Press. 1993. The Oregon Literature Series, Gen. Ed.: George Venn, Managing Editor: Ulrich H. Hardt. Vol. 3: Oregon Prose. p. 192-194. Reprinted from True Bear Stories. Chicago and New York: Rand McNally & Co., 1900 and by permission of Capra Press, 1987. [MGK]
-----. “An Old Oregonian in the Snow.” In The World Begins Here: An Anthology of Oregon Short Fiction. Edited by Glen A. Love. Corvallis Oregon: Oregon State University Press. 1993. The Oregon Literature Series, Gen Ed. George Venn, Managing Ed. Ulrich H. Hardt. Vol. 1 Oregon Short Fiction p. 38-43. Reprinted. from Selected Writings, ed. by Alan Rosenus. Eugene, Oregon: Urion press, 1977. [MGK]
Dodds, Gordon B. ed. Varieties of Hope: An Anthology of Oregon Prose. Corvallis, Oregon: Oregon State University Press. 1993. xix, 9, 191. [Errata] [MGK]
Friedman, Ralph. Oregon for the Curious. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, Ltd. 1993. Eighth printing, [Third Revised Edition, 1933: 205] [MGK]
Glendinning, Victoria. Anthony Trollope. 1st American Edition. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1993. 551pp. 434-435. [WC] [MULT] [MCK] [Also published in 1993, 1994 and 2002]
Guilford-Kardell, Margaret. Compiler, editor and annotator “Joaquin Miller's Charcoal Sketches: Women.” American Periodicals: A Journal of History, Criticism, and Bibliography 3 (1993): 43-50. Denton, Texas: University of North Texas Press. 1993. [MLA] [MGK]
Hollander, John. American Poetry. The Nineteenth Century. 2 Volumes. New York:
Library of America, 1993. [WC], [MULT], [PSU].
“Joaquin Miller on Chinese Labor, 1901.” In Racism, Dissent, and Asian Americans
from 1850 to the Present: A Documentary History. Edited by Philip S. Foner and Daniel Rosenberg. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1993. 311pp. 122-124. [MULT] [WC] [MCK]
Johnson, Stephen et al. The Great Central Valley. California’s Heartland. University
of California Press, 1993. 253pp. 110. [PSU] [WC] [MCK] Miller quote describing Mount Shasta.
Lockley, Fred. Conversations with Pioneer Women. Compiled by Mike Helm. Eugene: Rainy Day Press, 1993. 1981. 67-68, 71.
(p. 67-68) “Lucy Ann Henderson Deady.” Story of Joaquin “holding up”
Judge Deady for $5 and paying the sum back years later at the Federal Building in Portland.
(p. 71) “Lucinda Adeline Clarno Evans.” Note: “Joaquin Miller ran express between John Day and Walla Walla. He and a man named Mossman used to carry letters and gold dust. They took the gold dust from Canyon City up to Walla Walla and carried letters both ways.”
Love, Glen A. The World Begins Here: An Anthology of Oregon Short Fiction. Corvallis, Oregon: Oregon State University Press. 1993. 37. [Errata] [MGK]
Ontko, [Andrew] Gale. Thunder over the Ochoco: The Gathering Storm. Vol.1. Bend, Oregon: Maverick Publications, Inc. Copyright and Second printing. 1993, Third prtg. January 1995. [Incorrect references to Joaquin Miller and his family pp. 9, 15-17.] [MGK]
Ousby, Ian. The Cambridge Guide to Literature in English. Foreword by Doris Lessing. Cambridge University Press. 1993. 630. [MGK]
Smith,Dottie. The History of the Indians of Shasta County.Redding, California: CT Publishing Company. 1993 iii [Excerpted quotations from Life Amongst the Modocs 1996 rpt, p.4-6] [MGK]
Wendt, Ingrid, and Primus St. John eds. From Here We Speak: An Anthology of Oregon Poetry. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press. 1993. 50, 54, 58. (Oregon Literature Series Vol. 4) [MGK]
Guilford-Kardell, Margaret. “Sin, Stigma, Risk, and Joaquin Miller.” A paper read at the California American Studies Association and Rocky Mountains American Studies Association Joint Conference at Reno, Nevada (31 April- 12 May 1993) [MGK]
Lavoie, Steven. “Joaquin Miller: absent father.” “Time Capsule” column. Oakland Tribune (Sunday, 20 June 1993): B-10: 2-4. A rewrite of “Calla Shasta - Joaquin Miller’s First Daughter” 1992. [Some errors made in assumptions not from the original article.] [MGK]
Keefer, Bob. “History Takes the Stage: Two plays illustrate life on the Oregon Trail.” The Register Guard (16 July 1993): 1D, 7. [MGK]
Guilford-Kardell, Margaret. “Joaquin Miller's Children's Literature of the West.” A paper read at the Western Literature Association Conference at Wichita, Kansas (8 October 1993). [MGK]