"My father was one of the 'forty-niners,'" put in Jim, eagerly.
I do not doubt they too were Forty-niners; but I did not stop.
Min was exactly the type of girl to fit into the story of The 123 Forty-Niners.
These first comers were called the Forty-Niners, because most of them came in the year 1849.
Excuse this diversion, I must get back to my subject, the days of the forty-niners.
Such was life in California in the days of the Forty-niners.
Along his winding cattle trails the Forty-Niners (p. xxii) found their way to California.
The trees there are not J. hindsii, but Missouri blacks planted by forty-niners.
And the same week there was a company at another theatre there playing the old man's 'Forty-Niners.'
"Well, it's a good deal changed from the days of the Forty-Niners," said Mr. Temple, smiling.