Written in EnglishRead online
|Statement||text by Philip Varney ; photographs by Arizona highways contributors.|
|LC Classifications||F812 .V367 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||136 p. :|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||93072449|
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Ap PHOENIX – Arizona Highways celebrates the mining camps and military posts of the state’s frontier past with a new book that reveals the history of ghost towns for modern-day visitors.
Arizona Ghost Towns documents the fascinating past of 50 historic locales with stunning photographs from today and pioneer times. Arizona's Ghost Towns and Mining Camps book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Ghost town authority Philip Varney brings the /5. From mining camps to military posts, Arizona’s frontier past is on display at hundreds of ghost towns around the state. Arizona Ghost Towns celebrates 50 of these sites via fascinating history, stunning photography and useful information for modern-day visitors.
Arizona Ghost Towns and Mining Camps by Philip Varney is considered to be one of the finest books to get to know and visit Arizona's ghost towns and mining camps. Complete with the history of each location, before and after photographs, maps and directions along with GPS waypoints to enhance your enjoyment of the old west.
Buy online or at Silver Hills Trading Company, Allen Street, Tombstone, AZ. Ghost towns and mining camps: selected papers, from the ghost towns and mining camps preservation conferences in Boise, Idaho, May and in Flagstaff, Arizona, Apriland the Developing Historic Districts in Small Towns and Cities Workshop in Salt Lake City, Utah, March Books; Arizona Ghost Towns, Mining Camps, and the Wild West Frontier $ Arizona Ghost Towns, Mining Camps, and the Wild West Frontier.
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When you think of "the west" or even "Arizona", one of the first images many people think of is a ghost town. If you're a ghost town enthusiast, it doesn't get much better than Arizona. rows YMA This is a partial list of ghost towns in Arizona in the United States. Most ghost. Welcome to Ghost Towns of Arizona and Surrounding States A ghost town is a completely abandoned or semi-abandoned town or city.
A ghost town occurs because the economic activity that supported the town or city has failed due to natural or human-caused disasters such as a flood, government action, uncontrolled lawlessness, or war.
It is one of the few well preserved ghost towns in Arizona, still retaining the founder’s original cabin, which is right next to an old ironwood tree on which 18 men were hung. Because of the violence and turmoil throughout its history, Ghost Adventures filmed a “lockdown” investigation of Vulture City (season 4, episode 7).
Arizona Ghost Towns and Mining Camps, originally published inwas Varney's fifth book. He's also authored authoritative ghost town guides for northern and southern California, Colorado, New Mexico, and the Pacific Northwest.
Since the first printing, he has revisited the sites and made other checks to update information about the : Phillip Varney. Ghost town authority Philip Varney brings the Old West to life with intriguing anecdotes and a gallery of rare historic photos.
Regional maps, detailed travel information, and a full-color photographic portfolio tell what each ghost town and camp site is like today, and make this fascinating history of Arizona's mining boom a reliable travel guide as well.
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Ghost town authority Philip Varney brings the Old West to life with intriguing anecdotes and a gallery of rare old-time photographs. Regional maps, detailed travel Free shipping over $/5(5). Good and accurate information on Arizona and New Mexico ghost and almost ghost towns.
If you like to visit ghost towns you get accurate directions and an idea of what remains to be seen. If you read it just for the history or use it as a guide book for to explore these towns of the past it is a worthwhile and informative book/5(13). Vulture City – Gold Mine Ghost Town.
Take nothing but photos – leave nothing but footprints – break nothing but silence – kill nothing but time. —Explorer’s Code. By Kathy Weiser-Alexander, updated June Also See: Arizona Ghost Town Photo Galleries.
Arizona Main Page. Ghost Towns & Mining Camps Across America. Ghost Towns Website Heritage Resources Management Report No. USDA Forest Service Southwestern Region. “Tearing Up the Ground with Splendid Results: Historic Mining on the Coronado National Forest.” Varney, Philip.
Arizona Ghost Towns and Mining Camps: A Travel Guide to History. Arizona Highways Book. Ghost Towns of the SouthwestYour Guide to the Historic Mining Camps & Ghost Towns of Arizona and New MexicoJim Hinkley and Kerrick James - PagesGreat book on Ghost Towns and Mining camps on the Southwest.
Lots of great color pictures and histo. Twenty miles northeast of Lochiel is the old ghost town of Sunnyside. Interestingly, Sunnyside is far removed from the “typical” Arizona ghost town, as far as its make-up, beginnings, and lifestyle, not to mention its remote location.
Unlike other mining camps, it was not filled with saloons, brothels, and lawless elements, but rather, it was a religious community. Paher is the author of several books about the Southwest. His Nevada Ghost Towns & Mining Camps published in earned for him the Award of Merit of the American Association of State and Local History.
Next came Northwestern Arizona Ghost Towns (embodied in the present book) which was followed by Las Vegas. The stories on this website here are mainly short versions. Each story is about to maybe words, has a Youtube video that is close to the story and there is a picture or two.
Be sure to stop back from time to time to read up on these old towns and camps as stories are always being added. Ghost town authority Philip Varney brings the Old West to life with intriguing anecdotes and a gallery of rare historic photos.
Regional maps, detailed travel information, and a full-color photographic portfolio tell what each ghost town and camp site is like today, and make this fascinating history of Arizona's mining boom a reliable travel guide 5/5(1).
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Mining Camps and Ghost Towns: A History of Mining in Arizona and California along the Lower Colorado. By Frank Love. Los Angeles: Westernlore Press, Bibliography. Illustrations. Index.
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- Buy Arizona Ghost Towns and Mining Camps book online at best prices in India on Read Arizona Ghost Towns and Mining Camps book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s: Arizona’s ghost towns exemplify man’s courage, tenacity, and perhaps even foolishness in his search for wealth.
Inevitable by-products of the development of gold, silver, copper, and other mineral deposits in Arizona, some of these communities mushroomed overnight into a hodgepodge of tents and makeshift homes, while others developed over a period of years into tidy, well-planned townsites.
A motorcycle trip to explore Arizona sounds awesome. There are several excellent reference books on locating these places. A favorite book is "Ghost Towns of Arizona" by James and Barbara Sherman.
Two other books I always keep in my car are the "Travel Arizona" books called "The Back Roads" and "The Scenic Byways.". A nice addition to your Arizona travel, History, Ghost Towns, Mines book collection. 3 Book lot, Arizona Travel, History, Ghost Towns, Mining Camps.
Good condition. This section provides information about old gold mining boom towns, lost mines & treasure hunting. Great places to visit or vacation to for those who hunt lost treasure or love ghost towns.
United States. Arizona. Ghost Towns & History of the American and Canadian Old West. West Irma. Glendale, AZ USA. or fax: From tothe Montana mine was the leading lead and zinc producer in Arizona. Init was third in silver production. The mine closed inand by the end of Ruby was abandoned. Ruby is one of the two best-preserved mining ghost towns in Arizona, along with the Vulture Mine near Wickenburg, Arizona.
Ruby's attractions today. The book is available for purchase from Amazon and quite a hefty price on this writing, however you can find it much cheaper at various other online stores. Anyone who is at all interested in ghost towns, mining or Nevada history really needs a copy of this book in his/her library.
READ book Ghost Towns of the Pacific Northwest Your Guide to Ghost Towns Mining Camps and Historic Full Free. There are various books and Web sites about Arizona ghost towns.
Wide World of Maps (three Valley locations, ) has a particularly good selection of books on ghost towns. Also check: • Arizona Ghost Towns and Mining Camps, by Philip Varney (Arizona Highways Books,$).
Today, Virginia City is a ghost town very much alive. This is thanks to Charles and Sue Bovey, who bought the town bit by bit in the s to restore and preserve its original buildings. Currently. Big Bug was a mining camp, but also had a smelter.
It had the usual array of building for a mining camp and about a people. The town went ghost in the early 's. More information can be found in. Arizona Treasure Hunters Ghost Town Guide.
Ghost Towns of Arizona.Several books — including "Arizona Ghost Towns and Mining Camps: A Travel Guide to History" by Philip Varney — note that Courtland in its heyday had a post office, newspaper, pool hall, ice.