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The frequent use in nineteenth-century press reporting of court proceedings of the term “girl” for both a female child and for an adult woman prostitute evidences the difficulties experienced in solidifying the social (and legal) boundaries between the innocent child and the sexually knowing temptress. “Girl” is a term I use here, but simply to designate a young female individual that in the context of this argument is not unambiguously a child. 4. Tyrrell – the Provocative Child Late nineteenth-century social purity campaigners regarded many sexual practices as socially and morally contaminating.
24 The arrest order was put in the hands of Chilean miners, providing them with an unusual judicial prerogative. Justice in the mines was used throughout the Gold Rush not only as a way to impose “order” but also as a consistent and conscious form of establishing Anglo-Saxon racial superiority in the recently conquered and foreign-crowded territory of California. In this case, this racial agenda, carried out through the exercise of justice, was being harmed and turned the opposite way. With the warrant in their hands, the Chileans returned to Calaveras on December 26th.
Ayers, 61. 33. Ibid, 46; Alta California, San Francisco, July 26, 1849. 34. Foucault, 8. 35. Ethington, 100. 36. Ibid, 98. 37. Litwack, 294. 38. California. Senate, Journal of the Senate of the State of California, vol. 1850, 494. 39. Morefield, 40. 40. Pitt, 60-61. 41. Peterson, 267. 42. Taylor, 372. 43. Letter of William Smith to the Governor of California, 1850, no date. Governor Peter Burnett papers, letters received, in California Historical Society. 44. Unknown English author, Early Days in California, Manuscript written in October 1852, in Bancroft Library, 5.
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