Idaho's Bunker Hill: The Rise and Fall of a Great Mining Company, 1885-1981
For nearly a century, the Bunker Hill Company in Kellogg, Idaho, was one of the premier mining and smelting corporations in the United States. Aiken traces Bunker Hill's evolution from the discovery of the mine in 1885 to the company's closure in 1981.
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