Marshall, who, in January of the same year, had found the metal near what is now Coloma, Eldorado county.
Shaw's Golden Dreams (London, 1851); Bayard Taylor's Eldorado (2 vols., New York, 1850); W.
Keane, The Gold of Ophir (1901); C. Peters, The Eldorado of the Ancients (1902); W.
Of his many collections of lyric poems Rok na jihu (a year in the south), Poute k Eldoradu (pilgrimages to Eldorado) and Sonety Samotare (sonnets of a recluse) have particular value.
ousted in favor of the ill-fated Eldorado.
There are many sorts grown, and a selection should include Phosphore, Don Calmet, Distinction, Eclat, Victoire, La Neige, Feu Follet, Pluie dOr, Ver Luisant, Ne Plus Ultra, Eldorado, and Heroine.
Eldorado and Amador are perhaps the most well known wine growing counties within this region.
The 1995 Cadillac Eldorado had heater problems where the blower motors were unreliable and often failed.
Thus at Pioche the altitude is 610o ft., at Hiko 3881 ft., at St Thomas 1600 ft., and at the Eldorado Canyon 828 ft.
placer deposits of Rock Creek and Eldorado, Montana, through university projects in the 1960s.
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