Colorado Ghost Towns: Past and Present (Google eBook)

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Caxton Press, Jul 1, 1972 - History
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Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press
This is the third in Robert Brown's series of picturesque guidebooks to another era.  In text and photographs he has captured the sense of the historic as well as the nostalgic of a new selection of ghost towns and mining camps that dot the back country byways and high mountain valleys of Colorado.
  

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Contents

AMES
1
ARBOURVILLE
5
ARGENTINE
10
ARLOA
17
ARROW
21
ASHCROFT
28
BALDWIN
33
BALFOUR
37
LUDLOW
169
MANHATTAN
175
MASONTOWN
179
MONARCH
183
MORLEY
188
OHIO CITY
193
PEARL
197
PICTOU
202

BERWIND
41
BLACK HAWK
45
BRECKENRIDGE
52
CACHE CREEK
63
CAMEO
67
CAMP TALCOTT
71
CARDINAL
75
CENTRAL CITY
79
CREEDE
84
EASTONVILLE
93
ELKO
97
EMPIRE
101
GARLAND CITY
105
GILMAN
109
GRANITE
113
HAHNS PEAK
118
HAYWOOD HOT SPRINGS
124
HESSIE
128
IDAHO SPRINGS
132
ILSE
140
INDEPENDENCE
144
IRIS
151
JAMESTOWN
155
LINCOLN CITY
160
LONDON JUNCTION
164
PLACERVILLE
207
PRIMERO
211
RED CLIFF
215
REXFORD
219
ROBINSON
224
ROUSE
229
RUSSELL
234
SEGUNDO
237
SHAVANO
241
SILVER CREEK
246
SILVER DALE
250
SPRINGDALE
255
SUNSET
259
SWANDYKE
263
TABASCO
269
TERCIO
273
TIGER
277
VULCAN
281
WARD
285
WEBSTER
290
WESTCLIFFE
295
WHITEHORN
299
WINFIELD
305
YANKEE HILL
312
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About the author (1972)

Robert L. Brown was a teacher of Western and Colorado history in the Denver School System for thirty-three years and later at the Denver Center of the University of Colorado.  He has published a number of guide books focusing on Colorado history including Jeep Trails to Colorado Ghost towns (1963) and Ghost Towns of the Colorado Rockies (1968), both published by Caxton Press.

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