|First renewed issue:||no issue renewals found in CCE or registered works database|
|First renewed contribution in:||January 6, 1924; see 1951 January-June|
|See also:||Oakland Tribune Magazine|
This listing shows selected renewals, and should not be considered complete.
- January 6, 1924: "Sidelights on the Mother Lode", by Harry C. Peterson
- January 13, 1924: "The Saloon, the Social Center of the Mines", by Harry C. Peterson
- January 20, 1924: "Saints and Sinners of the Mother Lode", by Harry C. Peterson
- January 27, 1924: "The Law and the Profits in Forty-Nine", by Harry C. Peterson
- February 10, 1924: "Golden Rocks in '49, Gravel in '24", by Harry C. Peterson
- February 17, 1924: "Meals Were High but Not So Dry in '49", by Harry C. Peterson
- February 24, 1924: "The Cave Dwellers of Mokelumne Hill", by Harry C. Peterson
- March 2, 1924: "The Mother Lode, the Morgue of Ancient Rivers", by Harry C. Peterson
- March 9, 1924: "The Golden Bars of Mokelumne Hill", by Harry C. Peterson
- April 20, 1924: "Life on the Mother Lode in Forty-Nine, 2d Portion, The Delights and Disappointments of Camp Experience", by Harry C. Peterson
- April 27, 1924: "Hornitos, Where Human Life Was Once Accounted the Cheapest of Commodities. 2d portion, A Camp Established by Renegades Driven Out of Other Places", by Harry C. Peterson
- May 4, 1924: "Volcano, Pioneer Mining Camp Extraordinary in Amador County. 2d portion, Ground That Furnished Setting for Every-Day Tragedy and Comedy", by Harry C. Peterson
- May 11, 1924: "Columbia, and Half a Billion Dollars in Native Gold. 2d portion, Mother Lode Camp That Was the Center of the Pactolian Deluge", by Harry C. Peterson
- May 25, 1924: "Gold Diggin's Where Nuggets Were Garnered the Size of Cobblestones. 2d portion, A Story Anout Some of the Choicest Discoveries of the Mother Lode Belt", by Harry C. Peterson
- June 1, 1924: "Bret Harte and Mark Twain and the Wealth of Memories They Bequeathed Their Haunts", by Harry C. Peterson
- June 15, 1924: "The First Mint in California at Mount Ophir", by Harry C. Peterson
- June 29, 1924: "Lola Montez, Pampered by Monarchs and Favored by Early-Day Californians", by Harry C. Peterson
- July 6, 1924: "Sky Pilots of '49 Punctuated Gospel With Free Arm Jolts at Times", by Harry C. Peterson
- July 13, 1924: "The Mystery of Agua Frio and its Missing Treasure", by Harry C. Peterson
- July 20, 1924: "Springfield, Where Gold Was Taken Out by the Bucketful", by Harry C. Peterson
- August 10, 1924: "Coloma, Where Marshall Found Gold. 2d portion, Cradle of the World's Greatest Mining Stampede", by Harry C. Peterson
- August 24, 1924: "Amador County, Where Captain Sutter Tried to Retrieve His Lost Fortune", by Harry C. Peterson
- August 31, 1924: "Tragedies Associated With Gold at Coloma", by Harry C. Peterson
- September 7, 1924: "Bidwell's Bar Where a Fortune Was Found", by Harry C. Peterson
Renewals recorded for the Oakland Tribune Magazine, which was a special section in some issues of the Oakland Tribune, are not repeated here.
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