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Ghost Towns of the Colorado Rockies

By: Brown, Robert L.

Price: $27.16

Publisher: Caldwell, ID, The Caxton Printers, Ltd: 1982

Edition: 6th Printing

Seller ID: 040724

ISBN: 0870040200

Condition: Very Good+


401 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/black lettering, endpaper maps, dj orange-black-white pictorial panels w/white-black lettering. In the search for precious metals in the Colorado Rockies something over four hundred towns were started. Today only a handful still retain an identity with mining with the rest becoming ghost towns. They are ususally located back in the lofty ranges of the Rocky Mountains, and still remain difficult to reach over the old cliff-hanging minigh roads which are hardly suitable for most of today's automobiles. Some of the ghost towns are Alma, Bonanza, Buck... View more info

Ghost Towns of the Colorado Rockies

By: Brown, Robert L.

Price: $29.33

Publisher: Caldwell, ID, The Caxton Printers, Ltd: 1977

Edition: 5th Printing

Seller ID: 038716

ISBN: 0870040200

Condition: Very Good+


401 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/black lettering, endpaper maps, dj orange-black-white pictorial panels w/white-black lettering. In the search for precious metals in the Colorado Rockies something over four hundred towns were started. Today only a handful still retain an identity with mining with the rest becoming ghost towns. They are ususally located back in the lofty ranges of the Rocky Mountains, and still remain difficult to reach over the old cliff-hanging minigh roads which are hardly suitable for most of today's automobiles. Some of the ghost towns are Alma, Bonanza, Buck... View more info

Jeep Trails to Colorado Ghost Towns

By: Brown, Robert L.

Price: $12.33

Publisher: Caldwell, ID, The Caxton Printers, LTD.: 1972

Edition: 7th Printing

Seller ID: 036839

Condition: Very Good


245 pp, grey boards w/dark brown lettering, black-and-white endpaper maps, dj yel-brown-purple-green w/black lettering w/illustrated front & spine, w/photo of author on the rear panel. . The author selected fifty-seven settlements that started and then died after the mining rush was over. Located high up in the Rockies, miles from first-class highways, these abandoned camps stand as reminders of the period when gold and silver held the promise of Colorado's future. Some of the towns were: Alice, Alta, Altman, American City, Anaconda, Burrow Park, Carson, Eureka, Gilpin, Gold Park, Hancoc... View more info