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The Columbia Gardens was built by copper king William Clark shortly after he purchased land east of Butte in 1899. In a short period of time Clark constructed one of the most elegant parks in the history of the United States. The park featured gorgeous floral designs, unique equipment, a magnificent dance pavilion, amusement rides, a zoo, a sports complex and, most of all, lots of fun for any person who walked through the gates free of charge. The Columbia Gardens was closed to pave the way for mining in 1973. During its 74 years of operation the Columbia Gardens became more than just an amusement park for Butte residents. It was a treasure more valuable than all the copper, silver and gold taken out of the mines in Butte. Butte's Pride "The Columbia Gardens" provides a wondrous look into this magical place through stories and classic photographs.
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Book Description Skyhigh Communications, 1994. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0966168828