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"In 1850 a German immigrant with an adopted name and six dollars in his pocket arrived in San Francisco. Forty years later, Henry Miller was the largest private landowner in the United States and one of the most powerful men in California. His story is an important part of the history of land and water politics in 19th-century California." "In 1850 a German immigrant with an adopted name and six dollars in his pocket arrived in San Francisco. Forty years later, Henry Miller was the largest private landowner in the United States and one of the most powerful men in California. His story is an important part of the history of land and water politics in 19th-century California."


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"In 1850 a German immigrant with an adopted name and six dollars in his pocket arrived in San Francisco. Forty years later, Henry Miller was the largest private landowner in the United States and one of the most powerful men in California. His story is an important part of the history of land and water politics in 19th-century California." "In 1850 a German immigrant with an adopted name and six dollars in his pocket arrived in San Francisco. Forty years later, Henry Miller was the largest private landowner in the United States and one of the most powerful men in California. His story is an important part of the history of land and water politics in 19th-century California."

32 review for The Cattle King

  1. 5 out of 5

    Martin

    A pretty straight forward and simple story of Henry Miller and the making of his cattle empire in California and Oregon. A little dry, but easy to read and full of California history from the middle to late 1800's. A pretty straight forward and simple story of Henry Miller and the making of his cattle empire in California and Oregon. A little dry, but easy to read and full of California history from the middle to late 1800's.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Candida

    This was a great book.I had to read this after discovering that Henry Miller was part owner of several ranches I have lived on. This man was amazing, what he achieved was nothing short of astounding. I learned a lot from this book and didn't consider it a dry read. This was a great book.I had to read this after discovering that Henry Miller was part owner of several ranches I have lived on. This man was amazing, what he achieved was nothing short of astounding. I learned a lot from this book and didn't consider it a dry read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mary Alice

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    Carolyn Madson

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    Matt

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    patricia allen

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    taylor stone

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rodney W Guthrie

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    Bob Allen

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    Gordon Ross

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    Katherine

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    Wallace Slough

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    Candace

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    Preston Lee

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    Sheri's Oils

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    John Haskell

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    Michael

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    Peggy Whipple

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    Deb Markey

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    Laurie Nowatzke

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    Bill

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    Andrew

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    Jon Walgren

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    Dan

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    Sandy Duke

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    Carl

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    Michael

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    Jerrod

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    Jon Allen

  32. 5 out of 5

    Eric

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