Title: CRIPPLE CREEK AND COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO...
Publisher: Warren & Stride; Carson Harper Co., Colorado Springs, Colorado
Publication Date: 1896
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
Original gold-printed gray stiff covers; 104 pages. A Review and Panorama of an Unique Gold Field, with Geological Features and Achievements of Five Eventful Years, including Outlines of Numerous Companies. Profusely illustrated with drawings and photographs; most the photographs taken by Andrew James Harlan. Large format; enamel-coated pages. Three (3) maps; two folding: 1) Mine Location map, Cripple Creek Gold Fields, by Henry L. J. Warren, showing mines, roads, topography, railroads, towns and camps; 2) Economic Geologic Map of Cripple Creek by Henry J. L. Warren and Edward S. Snell; plus, full-page Map showing Railroads and Wagon roads to and in the Cripple Creek District. Contents include: Prologue; Historic Review; Geological Features; General Geology by Whitman Cross; Economic Geology by Prof. R.A.F. Penrose, Jr.; Economic Geology of the Cripple Creek District; Colorado Scientific Society; Bull Hill and the Western District by Francis T. Freeland; Cripple Creek Mining District by Charles J. Moore; Chlorination of Cripple Creek Tellurides by J. D. Hawkins; Cyanide by Philip Argall; Views of a Conservative by Richard Pearce; The Prospector - Prospects and Mines by Harry A. Lee; Achievements of the Mines; Ooutlines of Companies; Pueblo - The Bullion City; Colorado Springs Resorts; Bound with Steel Bands - Railroads. Foldout of Colorado Springs views near back. Strong binding. No chips to covers. Pages clean and bright. An excellent, and early, Cripple Creek Gold Mining District promotional. Highly detailed. 104 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 000156
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