Kennett: The Short, Colorful Life Of A California Copper Town And Its Founding Family

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Kennett, California, founded by Bernhard and Rosa Golinsky, became the ninth largest copper producing area in the world. This is a historical story of those who lived there, those who provided the capital, and the demise of the city a few decades later. Kennett disappears, never to be seen again. Fifty-one photos and maps illustrate the research written with humor and insight by historian Jane B. Schuldberg.

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