This is a 1962 book from PG&E, celebrating the terrific rivers they've done so much to control with dams and hydroelectric plants.
Still, it's fun to wade through and remember the ones I've walked along and camped beside. I didn't scan the whole book, but I did a couple of typical pages, plus the index and the map in the center spread.
My favorite river might be the Feather, if only because I've travelled along it so many times, visiting my grandparents in Taylorsville, near Quincy. The railroad travels along one side, and Highway 70 on the other, and there's a well-known spot in which the swap sides, and the rail bridge crosses the auto bridge. There are also some excellent tunnels, and I once saw a bear cross the road. I didn't get to ask him why.