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Includes bibliographical references (p. 155) and index.
|Statement||text by Philip Varney ; photographs by John Drew.|
|Series||A pictorial discovery guide|
|LC Classifications||F774.3 .V37 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|ISBN 10||089658416X, 0896584186|
|LC Control Number||98037523|
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Long-time ghost-town hunter Philip Varney is the author of six ghost-town guides, including Ghost Towns of Colorado, Ghost Towns of Northern California, and Ghost Towns of the Pacific Northwest.
He is a regular contributor to Arizona Highways magazine and frequently leads travel groups on ghost-town tours. He lives in Tucson, Arizona/5(23). " Ghost Towns of The Colorado Rockies follows a unique format which adds to the interest and value of the book.
The author has included a present-day picture taken from the same angle. Furthermore, Mr. Brown personally visited each of the towns or town sites described and includes in his work detailed information for the reader wishing to do /5(9). This book is great if you are looking for basic information on any ghost town or "live" town in Colorado.
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Colorado's Scenic Ghost Towns (Colorado Littlebooks) Westcliffe Pub: Bill Bonebrake, Lorraine S. Bonebrake. Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press This book features information and travel directions for sixty of Colorado's ghost towns and mining camps.
There is an informal history of each town, along with early and contemporary photographs to aid in site s: 1. There is more than one author with this name Robert Leaman Brown was a teacher of Western and Colorado history in the Denver School System for thirty-three years and later at the Denver Center of the University of Colorado.
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This book is the first in a series of three that begins with the earliest pioneers of Colorado. After discovering Kenneth's books, The Ghost Towns Colorado Style series, my frequent trips to visit and photograph a ghost town site have been much more enjoyable.
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Promises of riches brought gold-starry-eyed workers in by the droves as newcomers quickly asse mbled towns near medal-laden landscapes on grassy meadows and rocky hillsides.
Some of these towns, like Breckenridge, Leadville and Idaho Springs, remain some of Colorado’s top. This is our collection of more than pictures from Ghost Towns, mining camps and historic places in the United States. Here you find photos of western towns, some completely abandoned, others still lively, abandoned mines, mills (where the ore was processed), old cemeteries, railroad towns and call it Urban Exploring, we call it Ghosttowning.
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Photo: Dixie Lawrence. Colorado is a state filled with a rich, Wild West history, which can be easily experienced with a trip to a ghost town.
During the Great Gold Rush in the second half of the 19th century, settlers headed west in search of their fortune. Mining camps boomed. Colorado Traveler - Colorado Ghost Towns: Remnants of the Mining Days Volume 1 of American Traveler Series Colorado Traveler Guidebooks: Author: Carolyn Bauer: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: American Traveler Press, ISBN:Length: 48 pages: Subjects.
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I know some of you are always looking for good reference books to help in your search for Colorado Ghost towns or perhaps just some old west reading. A ghost town is only as good as the stories about it. The legends of barfights, famous visitors, and big findings of gold are throughout this book.
It also has a good map and directions on locating the towns, some of which are "alive" today. 4" x 9" Soft Cover - 48 pages. The Ghost Towns and Mining Camps of Colorado By Muriel Sibell Wolle.
This book includes the story of of Colorado’s mining camps, with emphasis on the human side. The men who swarmed to the mountains to find precious metal came in successive waves from the late s on, combing the gulches, scrambling over the passes and climbing the peaks.
Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Colorado. Ghost towns of Colorado. New York: Hastings house, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard Whitt; Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Colorado.
This is an incomplete list of ghost towns in Colorado, a state of the United do has over 1, ghost towns. Currently only about remain. Due to incomplete records and legends that are now accepted as fact, no exhaustive list can realistically be produced.
Maybe ghost towns are not for city slickers who don't understand. Some of the best ghost towns in the book are not all that easy to get to. I guarantee you that he did not venture anywhere near Animas Forks, Crystal, Marble, Buckskin Joe, Gothic or many other picturesque Colorado ghost towns worthy of post cards or old westerns.5/5(5).
Carpenter is a ghost town in Mesa County, Colorado, United States, twelve miles northeast of Grand Junction at the end of an extension to 27¼ Road. The settlement was established by William Thomas Carpenter early in to provide the miners who worked in his two Book Cliff mines with a place to live.
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History of ghost towns on Colorado's plains. Includes picture Book Edition: First Edition. The Rocky Mountain and Great Basin states are the heart of ghost-town country.
Once-bustling pioneer outposts, mining camps, lumber towns, and railroad villages stand today as reminders of the glory days of gold rushes, industrial progress, and that pioneering spirit of the Old West. This book guides readers to the fascinating and scenic ghost towns of Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Reviews: 1.
The book might entice one to try and find some of the sites, or what little is left of most of them. She discourages visitation however, saying: “ readers will note the absence of clear directions to most of these places.” Bison Park near Cripple Creek is pretty well known.
The ghost towns of Clyde and High Park City are covered extensively. Ghost Towns of Colorado. 1, likes. Colorado's mining history runs deep, and the landscape is dotted with the remains of that history.
These are the ghost towns of Colorado. For background information on Colorado's ghost towns, see Ghost Towns of Colorado: Your Guide to Colorado's Historic Mining Camps and Ghost Towns, by Philip Varney, Voyageur Press, While Cripple Creek, Colorado is not a ghost town, it was one of the most important mining camps in Colorado.
Photo by Kathy Wieser-Alexander. During the late 19th century, gold fever roared through Colorado like wildfire, and mining camps and towns were literally born overnight. The title of this book is Colorado Ghost Towns and it was written by Robert L. Brown. This particular edition is in a Paperback format.
This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by Caxton Press and has a total of pages in the book. The 10 digit ISBN is and the 13 digit /5(16).
Ghost towns: once thriving communities that have dwindled over the decades. Some vanished entirely or were absorbed into newer settlements, but many of these towns still stand, at least in part, allowing us glimpses of what these now-abandoned places once were.
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