William Brown Ide, Bear Flagger.

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Ide, William Brown, 1796-1852, Bear Flag Revolt, 1846, California -- History -- 1846

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LC ClassificationsF864 .I3
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 101 p.
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Open LibraryOL5867630M
LC Control Number62052504
OCLC/WorldCa3722227

William B. Ide was a significant player in the California Bear Flag Revolt of ; the writer of its "Proclamation;" and an active participant in California events until his untimely death in Rogers' biography is a wonderful addition to the study of both the Bear Flag Revolt and William B.

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San Francisco: John Howell - Books, First edition. Hardcover. Presentation copy, fully signed by the noted antiquarian bookseller, Walter R. Howell. First edition, one of copies. This is a biographical study of Ide, who wrote the proclamation for the Bear Flag Revolt Book Edition: First Edition.

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book B. Ide, Head Quarters Sonoma, J The Bear Flag Republic lasted until July 9,just 25 days, until the U.S. Flag was raised at Sonoma.

Ide and other "Bear Flaggers" joined Born: MaRutland, Massachusetts. And that was that. The rebels raised the California Bear Flag (created by William L. Todd, cousin of Abraham Lincoln’s wife Mary Todd) and declared the Mexican province to be the California Republic.

Ide was chosen to serve as commander. He penned a short declaration to explain the actions of the Bear Flaggers. William Brown Ide (Ma - December 19 or 20, ) was a California pioneer and Commander of the short-lived California Republic.

Life William Ide was born in Rutland, Massachusetts to Lemuel Ide, a member of the Vermont State Legislature. California,--before its virtual Conquest by the "Bear Flag Party", in June, Editorial Remarks, Introductory to William B. Ide's History of that Party, 88 CHAPTER IX.

Ide's explanation of the. The Bear Flag Revolt & William B. Ide: William Brown Ide, his wife Susan B., and their five children (4 other children had died) left Missouri on April 1, Ide had been an Elder in the Church of Jesus. William Brown Ide, Bear Flagger. by Rogers, Fred Blackburn.

San Bear Flagger. book John Howell Books, Offered by John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller. $ 00 add to cart. Remembrance Rock. by. Ide and the other "Bear Flaggers" joined with John C. Frémont and the U.S. forces in taking California from the Mexicans. After the war, Ide returned to his home near Red Bluff, California, where he resumed his partnership with Josiah Belden at his rancho.

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A Mason, founded first bi-lingual newspaper in California. William Brown Ide - died Decem 19 or 20, of smallpox, at his rancho.

Buried at Monroeville, CA, gravestone. Age Native Sons of the Golden West marker. President of Bear. Fred Blackburn Rogers William Brown Ide, Bear Flagger, Appendix A, IDE PROCLAMATIONS ^ William B.

Ide Adobe State Historic Park ^ Apparently, Ide never actually lived at the Ide Adobe, but rather at a location much further south in Tehama County. "William B. Ide. Arguments both against and for the possibility of Ide being a baptized member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are thoroughly laid out in "William Brown Ide: Mormon Missing: Bear Flagger.

W illiam B. Ide’s June 15th, dated letter delivered to Commander John B. Montgomery of the U.S.S. Portsmouth by William Todd.

J ohn Elliott Montgomery’s J letter to his mother about the Bear Flag with the first drawing of the Bear Flag. J ohn Elliott Montgomery’s Octo letter to his mother about the Bear Flag and with another illustration of the Bear.

One place to get a quick view of it is in a book called Story of The Great American West, published by Reader's Digest and edited by Edward S. Bernard. Born In married William Brown Ide, a carpenter, farmer, and sometime surveyor. (Also a teetotaler, meaning, he didn't drink alcohol.) (and families).

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Published by John Howell - Books and "Speedy Delivery!" This listing includes a bonus promotional photograph from PBS. The book. And that was that. The rebels raised the California Bear Flag (created by William L. Todd, cousin of Abraham Lincoln’s wife Mary Todd) and declared the Mexican province to be the California Republic.

Ide was chosen to serve as commander. He penned a short declaration to explain the actions of the Bear Flaggers. The original Grizzly Bear Flag was designed by Peter Storm. Versions of Storm's Bear Flag were raised for the first time in Sonoma, California, in June on a date between the 14th and the 17th, by the men who became known as the "Bear Flaggers", including William B Use: Civil and state flag, state ensign.

The William Ide Bear Flag. image by Clay Moss, 4 January William Brown Ide was the Commander of the short-lived California Republic. His flag was designed by Captain Henry Ford of Company B of the California Battalion.

Its design is reminiscent of both the Todd and Storm flags. Pete Loeser, 23 December The William Swasey Bear.

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Get this from a library. The conquest of California, a biography of William B. Ide. [Simeon Ide; Grabhorn Press,] -- Account of Ide's involvement in the Bear Flag Revolt in Sonoma in June-July They joined with the United States in the war on Mexico, ending the Republic.

Ide. William Brown Ide: Bear Flagger. John Howell, Hard cover. Good condition. Only note is the "California Republic" front plate has a dark stain. One of copies printed. Protective plastic jacket.

Ide, commander-in-chief and the other "Bear Flaggers" assembled at the fortress on Jwhere Ide pledged to defend himself and his companions in arms who were invited to Mexico by a.

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William Ide was born in Rutland, Massachusetts to Lemuel Ide, a member of the Vermont State Legislature. A carpenter by trade, Ide Born: ()Ma Rutland, Massachusetts. William Brown Ide - died Decem 19 or 20, of smallpox, at his rancho.

Buried at Monroeville, CA, gravestone. Age Native Sons of the Golden West marker.

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President of Bear. A discussion was held July 5, with William Brown Ide (Grigsby-Ide emigrant party of ), who the Bear Flaggers had elected as their Commander-in-Chief. A compact was drawn up for all volunteers. William Brown Ide: Bear Flagger. San Francisco. SSHP, Sonoma State Historic Park. "General Plan" (PDF).

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A discussion was held July 5, with William Brown Ide (Grigsby-Ide emigrant party of ), who the Bear Flaggers had elected as their Commander-in-Chief. A compact was drawn up .