Tombstone, Arizona Mystique

Authors:David D. de Haas & Donald Chaput
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Hardcover with Dust Jacket
6x9 - 440 pages
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046483
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9 x 6
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Caxton Press
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978-087004-648-3
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Ed Schieffelin’s 1877 discovery of silver in the dangerous southeastern Arizona desert set in motion a whirlwind series of events which ended up creating what would emerge as history’s most influential mining camp, that of Tombstone, Arizona. The happenings which were to follow in the ensuing 146 years would make Tombstone legendary, and forever in the world’s psyche; one of the few old west mining camps which has evolved and thriving to this day. Through the years, multiple boom-bust cycles, and five different distinct eras, Tombstone would continue reimagining itself to stay alive and relevant. This book details how Tombstone, and its mystique, all came about, and the extraordinary influence it has had on the world since its infancy in 1877.

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