Sent by express
Wells Fargo worked with other express companies to deliver letters. These letters were delivered by Barnard’s Express, Barts Carriers, Barts Brothers Mail or Frieght, and Becker and Co.’s Express.
No. 243 Sent by Barnard’s British Columbia Express from Victoria to C. L. Ross in Barkersville.
No. 244 Unused cover with Barnard’s British Columbia Express and Wells Fargo franks.
No. 245 Sent by Barts Carriers from J. D. Fairchild and Co., Proprietors of the Resse River Daily Reveille in Austin, Lander County, Nevada, to Edwin Cross in North San Juan, Nevada County, California. It was sent on September 14th, 1866. Barts Carriers ran from Austin, Nevada, to connect with the Pioneer Stage.
No. 246 Sent by Barts Brothers, Mail or Freight from J. D. Fairchild and Co., proprietors of the Resse River Daily Reveille in Austin, Lander County, Nevada, to Mrs. Sarah Cross in North San Juan, Nevada County, California.
No. 247 Sent by Becker and Co.’s Express from Landers Bar to Corles Tompson in French Corral, California. Becker and Co.’s Express ran in 1852 between Marysville and French Corral. It stopped in all the bars in the Yuba. Landers Bar was the first below Deer Creek.
Photo of North San Juan, California, 1930s.
Photo of North Columbia, California, 1930s.