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by Larry Prosor & Richard Moreno





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NEVADA ATLAS & GAZETTEER
A Ghost-Towner's Must ! 11" X 15.5",, 72 pp., color maps
Topographic Maps of the entire State. For the Nevada traveler the Atlas is a complete guide to outdoor recreation in the Silver State. Color Maps show numerous jeep trails, state and national park boundaries, lakes, streams and springs. Dozens of Ghost Towns and numerous old mines are also indicated.
..Reg. price= $ 19.95 ................Our Price ...=  $ 16.95


New Books on the History of, & Mining in, California-Nevada


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The Quarterly Journal of the California-Oregon Trails Association & Stan Paher
settle the argument on the first town in Nevada--
Genoa or Dayton?



"From Exploration to Conservation:
PICTURING THE SIERRA NEVADA"

Pictorial History of the High Sierra, by The Nevada Art Museum and the Wilderness Society, 195 pp., 1999 ed., dozens of historical illustrations & color photographs, featuring rarely seen works of Ansel Adams, Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Hill, William Marple, William Hahn, etc., with wonderful photos by Peter Goin, Claude Fiddler, and others, showing Tahoe scenes, after being lumbered out in the 1870's, compared to 1990's photos ;
See what you missed by being born late.

$25.00, softcover, plus $7.50 for S & H, due to it's weight and large size.

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Las Vegas, as It Began, as It Grew, by Stanley W. Paher; Large 9 X 12 inch format, 181 pages, 210 duotone illus., maps, index.
In the 19th Century, Las Vegas was first a Spanish waterhole, then a religious mission, and also a ranch. The town was founded in 1905, as a railroad town but developed into a gambling center, during distinct boom periods. The reader is led every step along these transitions, in both the text and a careful selection of previously unpublished photos. #01-6, Hardcover is $ 26.95, #74-1, Softcover is $ 18.95


Placer Gold Deposits
of the Sierra Nevada

Paul D. Morrison, ed.
The geology and mining history of the Mother Lode gold country of California were well documented in numerous government mineral surveys, but until now these reports have not been available in a concise one-volume edition. This new book combines the best information from twelve out-of-print books into a guide to California Sierra gold placer, hydraulic, and drift mines; it also covers the dredging areas of the American, Feather, and Yuba rivers. Twenty-one new maps locate gold districts and old mines from Kern County north to Plumas County. 6" x 9", 192 pp., maps, appendices, color cover ................................................... $ 9.95.


Goldfield,by Hugh Shamberger, 240 pages, illus.
The early history, the mines, the struggle for water, the building of railroads and the Gans-Nelson fight of 1906 are all described. The author details corporate mining and highgrading. $ 27.95


Goldfield, BOOMTOWN of Nevada, by Stanley Paher,
17 pages, 9" X 12" illustrations.
The Boom Days in summary. Photographs of the crowds, business and the ore bodies.
Maps show nearby points of interest............... $ 4.75


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THE ROCKHOUNDER'S HAND BOOK,
by James Mitchell. 184 pp., illus.
Covers what to look for in the field, tools for the job, gem and mineral identification, preparing for trips. .......................................$ 11.95.

THE WEEKEND GOLD MINER, by A.H. Ryan, PHD;
Tells you how to make money in the field on your days off...............$ 5.95




WHERE TO FIND GOLD IN THE DESERT,
by James Klein. 132 pp., illus.
Explains where to look, and what to look for, throughout the Southwest, especially California, Arizona, and southern Nevada. .......$ 6.95.

BACK IN PRINT

THE MAKING OF A HARDROCK MINER,
by Steven Voynick. 224 pages, illus.
A former lode miner offers a first person account of work in western mines. Includes the culture of mining, providing a rare glimpse of miners' attitudes and values. ................................................$ 11.95.

OUT OF PRINT
320 DESERT WATERING PLACES IN SOUTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA
AND SOUTHWESTERN NEVADA,
by W. C. Mendenhall. 104 pages, illus., index.Color map 14 x 20.
This 1909 Water Supply Paper covers numerous places between Death Valley and the Salton Sea. There are 323 springs, all described and keyed to the colored map.
#62-8.......................................................... $17.95


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