University of Washington
Oregon pioneer and governor of California
University of California, Berkeley
Part I: Mainly documents and letters to and from Burnett as Governor of California, regarding sale of municipal lands in San Francisco and appointments. Also many petitions, some relating to Collectors of licences to foreign miners, with signatures of members of the Constitutional Convention 1849, and of the first California Legislature. Part II: Legal papers, mainly relating to property in Alviso, 1849-1857
University of California, Berkeley - Bancroft Library
Scope and Content Mainly documents and letters to and from Burnett as Governor of California, regarding sale of municipal lands in San Francisco and appointments. Contains many petitions, some relating to Collectors of licences to foreign miners, with signatures of members of the Constitutional Convention 1849, and of the first California Legislature. Also includes legal papers, concerning property in Santa Clara County, chiefly in the city of Alviso, 1849-1857.
Oregon Historical Society Research Library
Letter from Peter H. Burnett, San Francisco, California, to George Himes, 3 pp, 6 May 1889, regretting his inability to attend the annual reunion of the Pioneer Association and reminiscing of his life in Oregon
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
Burnett thanks Austin for being elected an honorary member of the Northwestern Literary and Historical Society
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
In this brief letter, Burnett requests Kewen's presence "at the Seat of Government, so soon as the term of the Supreme Court at San Francisco, to commence first of March next.".
University of California, Berkeley
Copy of genealogy of the family
Oregon Historical Society Research Library
Letter from Peter H. Burnett, San Francisco, California, to George Himes, 3 pp, 6 May 1889, regretting his inability to attend the annual reunion of the Pioneer Association and reminiscing of his life in Oregon.
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
This manuscript is a petition to Burnett, the governor of California, from eight Los Angeles County officials, regarding the organization of the government of the county. Signed by eight county officials. Facsimile from original