2 edition of Tales of the mine country found in the catalog.
Tales of the mine country
|LC Classifications||PS3563.C3745 T35 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||94184891|
A camel driver fi nds Lasseter raving with thirst. The Lost Lasseter Reef. A recent story () of a lost mine comes to us from Australia. It has served as the subject of an interesting book in which the author tells not only the mining tale, but also gives many excellent description s of native life in the very heart of the Australian continent. This book is chock full of terrific photographs and of stories--of the tools of mining, of the miners themselves, of the communities that emerged as a result of mines. Pages provide a rich set of such photos, although many others are scattered throughout this book.
Many of the tales in America were brought over from Cornish and German miners who came to America to work in the silver, coal, and gold mines around the country. So let’s do some exploring! Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine is a supposedly rich gold mine either in the Superstition Mountains near Phoenix, Arizona, or somewhere in Mexico. Abandoned Mine Areas. The New Geocache Craze. Places to Search Around Old Home Sites. Pleasures and Dangers of Rockhounding. Relic Hunting – Discover a Piece of History. Rockhounding the Northern Deserts. Tales of Ghostly Lost Treasure. Tips For Traveling in the Desert. Treasure Hunting Code of Ethics. Treasure Hunting Begins Inside. Why Go.
Tales of Vesperia is set in a world reliant on a mysterious ancient technology known as Blastia. The game follows former knight Yuri as he delves . Mountain, the miner, and the Lord, and other tales from a country law office. Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Harry M Caudill; Harry M Caudill: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Harry M Caudill.
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Tales of the Mine Country brings back the forgotten and overlooked issues of a dramatic American industry. McKeever's rich memories glow like a hearth-fire, warm with the spirit of Pennsylvania and its people who went below -- The Book Reader, Fall From the Back Cover/5(7).
Buy Tales of the mine country by Eric McKeever online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ This powerful book traces the miners’ epic human rights battle from their arrival in the United States to the Great Strike of and the inception of the United Mine Workers.
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A very interesting research aid for anyone researching the Calumet area from until the Copper Country strike of The book contains many photos, some never before published and the text comes from newspaper articles from the Calumet Evening News and its successor, the Calumet News.
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Hundreds of “lost mine” stories have been localized everywhere over the West. The richest always was somewhere out in the desert, beyond water, or within almost inaccessible mountains, where wild Indians guarded the golden secret handed down to them by their forefathers.
Of course, most of these tales were merely inventions or distorted dreams. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. The Old Reliable Mine saw heightened activity in when a three-stage detonation of over 4 million pounds of chemical explosive was used to shatter 5 million tons of % copper ore.
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