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by Edward Blair

  • Author: Edward Blair
  • ISBN: 0871085445
  • ISBN13: 978-0871085443
  • ePub: 1301 kb | FB2: 1780 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Americas
  • Publisher: Pruett Pub Co; 1st edition (June 1, 1980)
  • Pages: 261
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 884
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Leadville, Colorado's Magic City ePub download

Blair paints a vivid, moving portrait of the Colorado boomtown and includes a treasure trove of photographs. The volume has the appearance and layout of a college textbook.

Leadville: Colorado's Magic City.

Leadville is the statutory city that is the county seat and only incorporated municipality in Lake County, Colorado, United States. The city population was 2,602 at the 2010 census and an estimated 2,762 in 2018.

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Learn about Colorado's classic boomtown with this vivid history. ISBN13:9780962386893. Release Date:September 1995.

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A history of Leadville beginning before Colorado was a state and the only full-length book of its kind about Leadville. It was one of the biggest, wildest, richest and longest running mining camps in the American West. Fine, bright copy in dust jacket with minor wear to the foot of spine and corners.

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Frostdefender
This book was a birthday present for my son who also loves Colorado History as I do! To read about the history of Leadville as it was well written by Edward Blair was both informative and inspiring as one could almost feel as if you were right there while reading.
At first, I was told this book was out of print, but I believe I can always find what I want on Amazon. As usual, the order arrived right on time as requested.
Monn
I was disappointed in the book. I wonder how the author could write a history of Leadville withou referencing Aunt Clara Brown. The first documented black woman to move west in 1859. She made a lot of money and helped more than 700 ex-slaves move to escape the oppression in both the south and the north. An opera was produced in her honor around 2012, and her contemporaries renamed a hill outside of Leadville to Negro Hill in her honor. Accepted and loved by all, many said she came to Leadville an exslave and left a saint when she died.
Angana
A great read and hard to find publication on Leadville. Very well written. Would recommend.
Blackseeker
Very frequent visitor to Leadville...
Looking forward to matching book locations from past to present.
Ishnjurus
My Son and I love Colorado and Mining History.
This was an interesting addition to our library.
My son lives in Leadville, Colorado
Dagdardana
For anyone interested in the history of Leadville and Colorado's mining days, this book is a must read. Edward Blair has extensively researched Leadville's rambunctious past, detailing the history of the region and the fascinating people who lived there. Blair paints a vivid, moving portrait of the Colorado boomtown and includes a treasure trove of photographs. The volume has the appearance and layout of a college textbook. It has been an invaluable source of information to me in my own research.
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