cf. F.B. 5:33, 39, re Hot Haste.
cf. F.B. 4:95 (The mule Sierra and the Sierran axis).
The Overland Mail at Laramie in 1851.
L.R. Hofen, The Overland Mail, p. 58.
Encycl. Britt. 18:959.
Pim, Beford, Gate of the Pacific, p. 280.
Lord, J.K., Naturalist in British Columbia.
See extracts of these two in West American Exploration Notebook 2:115. ? or in Tykes & Orig Cat?
A mule trade. cf. H.L. Harvey in Atlantic Monthly, p. 718. About 1927 but possibly years later or earlier. See extract in special pamphlet box, library rooms.
-Mules and Men. Z.N. Hurston.
See extract in Mules cover, Berkeley Hills.
-Men & Manners. 11:81.
-Ferris, W.A., Life in the Rocky Mts., pp. 9, 16. 21. See also index.
-Shirley Letters, p. 233.
-Francois Rabelais, Works, 5:92.
Solomon goes to be crowned:
The King also said unto them.
Take with you the servants of your lord, and cause Solomon my son to ride upon mine own mule, and bring him down to Gihon.
Be ye not as the horse or as the mule which have no understanding: whose mouth must be held in with bit or bridle, lest they come near unto thee. _Psalms 32.9.
- And Ahab said unto Obadiah, Go into the land, unto all the fountains of water, and unto all brooks: peradventure we may find grass to save the horses and mules alive, that we lose not all the beasts.-2 Kings 18.5.
-Manly: Death Valley. Mules seek out all succulent herbage.
-See my address before the Sierra Club Fiftieth Anniversary, December, 1942.
In _Without the Gates File._ (You cannot push a mule off the Golden Gate Bridge!)