Austen, Roger. Genteel Pagan: The Double Life of Charles Warren Stoddard. University of Massachusetts Press. April 1, 1995 256pp. ISBN 0870239805. p. 86. [MGK]
“Stoddard was also in contact with Joaquin Miller, whose Danites in the Sierras, ... shot with gleams of humor that played as the sun plays through clouds. ...” Google Print Publisher Program 2005. [MGK]
Etulain, Richard W. A Bibliographical Guide to the Study of Western American Literature. 2nd Edition. With N. Jill Howard. Albuquerque: University of New
Mexico Press in Cooperation with the University of New Mexico, Center for the American West, 1995. 471pp. [PSU] [WC] [MGK] [MCK] [See 1972 and 1982 listings for Etulain]
Fradkin, Philip L. The Seven States of California: A Natural and Human History.
New York: H. Holt and Company, 1995. 474pp. 114. [MULT] [WC] [MCK] [Also published in 1997] Discusses the Great Spirit legend popularized by Miller and argues that Miller’s version was closer to European monothesism than to the animism of the Shasta Indians.
Grenander, M. E., ed. & intro. Poems of Ambrose Bierce. Lincoln and London:
University of Nebraska Press, 1995. xxii, xxxvii, 202pp. 104, 163. [MULT]
[WC] [MCK] [Also published in 1996]
Guilford-Kardell, Margaret. “Joaquin Miller: Breaking Trail for Jack London.” A paper read at the Popular Culture Association, Marriott Hotel, Philadelphia, PA (12-15 April 1995) [MGK]
Guilford-Kardell, Margaret. “Joaquin Miller and the Pacific Rim.” A paper read at the Western Literature Association meeting at The Coast Plaza at Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, (12 October 1995). [MGK]
Morris, Roy Jr. Ambrose Bierce: Alone in Bad Company. New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1995. 306pp. 137, 139, 143, 148-49. [MGK: p.196 has John T. instead of John F. Miller, Joaquin’s cousin, as Senator before George Hearst.] [MULT] [WC] [MGK] [MCK: Morris is highly critical of Miller] [Also published in 1996, 1998 and 1999]
Ontko, [Andrew] Gale. Thunder over the Ochoco: The Gathering Storm. Vol.1. Bend, Oregon: Maverick Publications, Inc. Third printing January 1995. [Incorrect references to Joaquin Miller and his family pp. 9, 15-17.] [MGK] [See also 1993] [MCK]
Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission web site with a copyrighted article by Walt Curtis, who enthusiastically urges Oregonians to claim the colorful Joaquin Miller as their own: http://www.ochcom.org/miller.html
Rosenus, Alan. General M.G. Vallejo and the Advent of the Americans: A Biography. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. 1995. [p. 231… “When eighty years old, he supported one of the first resolutions to protect the redwoods. In 1886, with Joaquin Miller and Adolph Sutro, Vallejo helped establish Arbor Day in California…”] [MGK]