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|Statement||edited and annotated by Helen J. Lundwall ; cartography by Ralph Fisher and M.L. Lundwall ; illustrations by M.L. Lundwall.|
|Contributions||Lundwall, Helen J., 1926-|
|LC Classifications||F804.S58 A37 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 194 p. :|
|Number of Pages||194|
|ISBN 10||0826306861, 0826306853|
|LC Control Number||83001314|
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Pioneering in territorial Silver City book in territorial Silver City: H.B. Ailman's recollections of Silver City and the Southwest, [Harry B Ailman; Helen J Lundwall].
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Pioneering In Territorial Silver City: H.B. Ailman Recollections of Silver City and the Southwest, Albuquerque, New Mexico: University of New Mexico Press.
Meketa, Jacqueline Dorgan. Louis Felsenthal Citizen-Soldier of Territorial New Mexico. Albuquerque, New Mexico: University of New Mexico Press.
Parish, William. 1 Map Files, Gila National Forest, Silver City, New Mexico. 2 Ailman, Pioneering in Territorial Silver City, pp. 3 Susan Berry, "The Case of the Missing Mummies" Frontier Days Magazine (July ) Susan Berry is director of the Silver City Museum.
Silver was discovered in the Chloride Flat District in the early ’s by John Bullard. This led to the establishment of Silver City. The most important production years were from to The silver ores were smelted locally in crude adobe furnaces.
In the early ’s, two copper and lead smelters were operating Pioneering in territorial Silver City book Silver City. William Wright (–), better known by the pen name Dan DeQuille or Dan De Quille, was an American author, journalist, and was best known for his written accounts of the people, events, and silver mining operations on the Comstock Lode at Virginia City, Nevada, including his non-fiction book History of the Big Bonanza (American Publishing Company, ).
Virginia City Nevada’s brick facades from the fabulous Silver Mining Bonanza of the s. The most famous miner of all was a failure. He was a young man from Missouri named Samuel Clemons, who had no Pioneering in territorial Silver City book in mining, so went to work for the regional newspaper, the Territorial Enterprise, and took the name Mark Twain.
Territorial era: On FebruColorado was declared a territory and remained so until August 1, Anyone arriving in the Pioneering in territorial Silver City book during that period was known as a territorial son or daughter of Colorado.
Maria Davies McGrath, the author, began this work some five years ago. The Dr. Dale Giese Papers are a collection of these papers. This finding aid lists all the papers including ones that are not on local or regional history. The papers are available at the Silver City Public Library, and are for reference use only.
The papers are arranged in binders that are labeled by book number in this finding aid. In Books. Book Of The Silver Ghost: by Kenneth Ullyett. Box Of Silver Birch: by Phoebe Hesketh. Brian Tracy's Little Silver Book Of Prosperity: Pioneering In Territorial Silver City: by Helen Lundwall.
Queen Of The Silver Dollar: by Edward Hower. Queen Silver - The Godless Girl: by Wendy McElroy. Silver City, a book, second in The Silver Sequence by Cliff McNish; See also.
Siler City, North Carolina; This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Silver City. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the.
Silver mining and society in colonial Mexico: Zacatecas, / by P. Bakewell; Mexican silver and the enlightenment / by Clement G.
Motten; The course of Mexican history / Michael C. Meyer, William L. Sherman; Pioneering in territorial Silver City: H.B. Ailman's recollections of. Pioneering in the Panhandle: A Look at Selected Events and Families of South Santa Rosa County, Florida William James Wells J.G.
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Territorial Covers. Arizona Territory Postal Routes – ; Postal History Of The Colorado Territory Exhibit Colorado Stage and Express Company began operation in February hauling freight, mail and passengers between Canon City, Silver Cliff and Rosita.
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No_Favorite. Few Americans inat the conclusion of the Mexican War, realized or even dreamed of the vast mineral potential of the territories they had so recently wrested from their Mexican neighbors.  Fewer still would have thought that southwestern Colorado, an area spurned because of its rugged terrain, severe winter climate, and hostile Ute Indians, would be crisscrossed by miners and.
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Pioneer a member of the Lenin All-Union Pioneer Organization or of any of several democratic children’s organizations in foreign. Pinckney Randolph Tully (Ma Novem ) was an American businessman and politician who served as Arizona Territorial Treasurer and Mayor of Tucson, Arizona Territory.
Background. Tully was born on Ma in Port Gibson, s regarding his education have been lost. While he was growing up, his family moved to Arkansas. In she published a biography, Dat-so-la-lee, Washo Indian Basketmaker.
She donated copies of this book to each of Nevada’s 17 county libraries and to the museums in Carson City. In she published a companion book, The Washo People, an activity book based on prehistoric culture of the Washo people in Nevada.
Silver City was founded in After many historical years, the Silver City Grant County Chamber of Commerce was established in For over years, we have served as an advocate for business issues and we have served the needs of our communities in southwest New Mexico. The Spanish economic pattern of New World settlement was originally driven by the extraction of mineral wealth, first gold from the Caribbean and then silver from Mexico and Peru, later moving to agricultural exploitation, while the Portuguese proceeded in the reverse order, first pioneering the growing of sugar on plantations and only later developing mining interests.
In The Trail of Gold and Silver, historian Duane A. Smith details Colorado's mining saga - a story that stretches from the beginning of the gold and silver mining rush in the mid-nineteenth century into the twenty-first and silver mining laid the foundation for Colorado's economy, and marked the beginning of a fever for these precious metals.
The city of New Orleans, captured largely intact by the Union inhad been the southern hub of Federal war efforts and was a thriving, busy city – but due to war, “hard money” (or gold and silver coins) was in very short supply. On the fifth day of her voyage, a hurricane off the coast of Georgia proved too strong for the ship.
The Yukon may be the smallest of Canada’s three territories, but its land mass covers an area larger than Belgium, Denmark, Germany, and the Netherlands combined. Many people have been lured to this remote part of the world over the years, from amateur prospectors during the Gold Rush era of the late 19th century to dreamers and outdoor adventurers that want to disconnect from the day-to.
In his book Pioneering Projects, Gilwell Camp Chief, John Thurman wrote, “if any Patrol, Troop, or Scouter tries to start pioneering before establishing a sound background of basic Scout training in regard to knotting and lashing, then pioneering will become unpopular and will go down in the history of the Patrol or Troop as a failure.” Why.
Silver City began as a rip-roarin' tent town in the spring ofwhen a silver bonanza was discovered one half mile west of the present-day courthouse. Within less than a year, over eighty buildings had been constructed, and inSilver City became the seat of Grant.
Almost immediately after Idaho Territory was created, a public school system was created and stage coach lines were established. Regular newspapers were active in Lewiston, Boise and Silver City by The first telegraph line reached Franklin inwith Lewiston being the first town linked in northern Idaho in [Historically Significant Archive of Twenty Autograph Letters, Nineteen Signed by William Hardy and Addressed to His Business Partner John G.
Garrison and one Letter from Garrison to Hardy, Describing the Pioneering Days of Hardyville (now Bullhead City) and Prescott, Including the Construction of the first Dwellings, Skirmishes with the Native Americans, Gold and Silver Prospecting, and. After an additional delay due to Apache depredations, the two miners eventually got back to work, hauling out a half ton of ore and bringing it directly to the Red Onion Saloon in Silver City.
Here, John A. Miller saw what had been found and offered the men $ a pound or $ for the whole load. Inthere were tremendous floods on the Colorado River, which washed out part of Jaegerville, the first ferry crossing. Arizona City, now Yuma, was then established. In the first large store in Arizona was established at Arizona City by a man named Hinton, who brought in a mechanic from San Diego to put a tin roof on his building.
Newspapers published in Oklahoma by and for African-American communities. Added: November Postcard photos of early day buildings, street scenes, parks, ranches, and oil and gas fields. This paper served the town of Altus from ~ to Init merged with the weekly The Oklahoma Democrat and became the Times-Democrat.
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