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Trade Paperback. Western American History. This book is a happy combination of scholarly research, thoughtful interpretation, and lucid exposition. It is a significant contribution to the literature of the mining frontier in this decade when more worthwhile books on the subject have been published than in the entire last century.
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Duane A. Smith is author ofA Colorado History, Horace Tabor: His Life and the Legend, Silver Saga: The Story of Caribou Colorado, Colorado Mining: A Photographic History,andFortunes Are for the Few: Letters of a Forty-Niner.Review:
Smith writes clearly and well about everything from fire protection and vigilance committees to laundries and retail credit. . . . If you’ve ever wondered what daily life was like in a mining camp, look no further. . . . The eminently readable Rocky Mountain Mining Camps will convince you that our Old West was an urban West. (Colorado Central Magazine)
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Book Description University of Nebraska Press, 1973. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0803257929
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