Black Hills Gold Rush Towns (Images of America)

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Paha Sapa, the Black Hills, sacred land of the Lakota Indians, had long been the destination for prospectors. In 1874, Gen. George Armstrong Custer conducted an expedition into the Black Hills confirming rumors of gold. The findings of the expedition were widely publicized and the gold rush began. Unable to stem the tide of prospectors seeking their fortunes, the federal government opened Black Hills Native American land to settlement in 1877. During the rush, from 1874 to 1879, unknown numbers of mines were worked and more than 400 mining camps and towns sprang up in the gulches overnight. When the mines played out, most of the settlements died. Black Hills Gold Rush Towns looks at the mining towns that once flourished.

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This is the seventh book Jan Cerney has written for the Images of America series. Cerney lives on a ranch near the Badlands with her husband Bob. Roberta Sago is the special collections librarian and archivist for the Leland D. Case Library for Western Historical Studies and University Archives at Black Hills State University. Prior to coming to South Dakota, she worked as the manuscript librarian for the University of Texas at El Paso and in similar positions in Washington, D.C. Special thanks go to the Leland D. Case Library and the South Dakota State Historical Society Archives. Black Hills Gold Rush Towns is Sago's second book for Arcadia Publishing.

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