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The Gilpin Gold Tram.
Price: $29.00
The Gilpin Gold Tram.
By Mallory Hope Ferrell - Colorado's Unique Narrow Gauge
Steel Rails & Silver Dreams-USED
Price: $37.50
Steel Rails & Silver Dreams-USED
A History of the Famous Dolly Varden Mines and Railway
Colorado Mining
Price: $20.00
Colorado Mining
A Photographic History - By Duane A. Smith
Cripple Creek Then and Now
Price: $25.00
Cripple Creek Then and Now
By Robert L. Brown
Gathering Gold
Price: $15.00
Gathering Gold
How They Did it in Colorado's First Gold Camp, the Central City Blackhawk District William W. McNeill, Editor Written by Frank Hall
Gilpin County Gold
Price: $7.00
Gilpin County Gold
Peter McFarlane 1848-1929 Mining Entrepreneur in Central City, Colorado - By H. William Axford
The History of the Comstock Lode 1850-1920
Price: $29.95
The History of the Comstock Lode 1850-1920
By Grant H. Smith
The Mining Camps Speak
Price: $15.96
The Mining Camps Speak
A New Way to Explore the Ghost Towns of the American West - By Beth & Bill Sagstetter
Mine and Mill Modeling
Price: $37.50
Mine and Mill Modeling
Western Hardrock Mining in the California Sierrasssssss and Nevada Comstock. Under ground work, Hoisting, Transport and Milling. By Morgan Griffiths
Mining the Hard Rock
Price: $29.50
Mining the Hard Rock
Mining the Hard Rock in the Silverton San Juans A Sense of Place - A Sense of Time By John Marshall with Zeke Zanoni
Saloons of the American West
Price: $10.00
Saloons of the American West
An Illustrated Chronicle - By Robert L. Brown
Legends of the Comstock Lode
Price: $33.50
Legends of the Comstock Lode
By Lucius Beebe and Charles Clegg
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