4 edition of automobile gold rushes and Depression era mining found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -194) and index.
|Statement||by Charles Wallace Miller, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||HD9536.U52 M53 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||200 p. :|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||97011450|
Indeed, hard asset investments (gold mining shares) were islands of economic refuge during the grueling years of the Great Depression. Unfortunately, those innocent souls who remained invested in stocks - and had a buy and hold strategy - saw their initial $10, investment slowly dwindle to only $3, by late Gold fever here dates back nearly as far as the famous Sierra Nevada gold rush. In March , a mule-train packer named Abraham Thompson saw flakes of gold .
He has done extensive research into the Depression-era mining boom. Larry Frank will discuss his book and the Depression Gold Rush at Out West Books on Main Street beginning at 6 p.m. tonight. Walls interest in Hog Mountain and in gold mining in Tallapoosa County has resulted in “Alabama Gold: A History of the South’s Last Mother Load,” a page book release earlier this mont by.
When gold was found in Sutter's Mill on Jan. 24, , the ensuing economic boom in California would transform and modernize the economy. At first a . A Material Culture of Making Do: Adapting to the Great Depression in the Rabbithole Mining District. Master’s Thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Nevada, Reno. University Microfilms International, Ann Arbor, MI. Miller, Charles W., Jr. The Automobile Gold Rushes and Depression Era Mining. Moscow, ID.
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The Automobile Gold Rushes and Depression Era Mining book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Distributed by the University of Nebr 4/5. Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for the University of Idaho Press During the Depression, gold fields that had been abandoned for decades saw the automobile gold rushes and Depression era mining book of people, this time in cars, who camped and worked areas wherever they could.
Perhaps ten percent of the population of the western states participated in this activity at some time in the s. Get this from a library. The automobile gold rushes and Depression era mining. [Charles Wallace Miller] -- "Events of the famed mid-nineteenth-century American gold rush are well known and have become part of the folklore and heritage of our nation.
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The Automobile Gold Rushes and Depression Era Mining. By Charles Wallace Miller Jr. (Moscow: University of Idaho Press, xii, pp. $, ISBN ) More Like This. Marmot stew is discussed in the book The Automobile Gold Rushes and Depression Era Mining by Charles W.
Miller (University of Idaho Press, ) "During the Depression, gold fields that had been abandoned for decades saw the return of people, this time in cars, who camped and worked areas wherever they could.
Almost as interesting is the story of how author V. Larry Frank Jr. came to write the book "Colorado's Great Depression Gold Rush: The Oliver Twist Tunnel." You see, Frank was not a writer.
Some people totally confuse gold and money. During the Great Depression, we were on a gold standard. During a decline, ALL assets will decline against whatever is money, just as money declines during a boom. You need to separate MONEY from gold or you will never understand how the economy functions and you will buy gold when you should be selling.
Charles Wallace Miller Jr. is the author of The Automobile Gold Rushes and Depression Era Mining ( avg rating, 1 rating, 1 review, published )4/5. Anybody’s Gold – Story of California Mining Towns – Joseph Henry Jackson - Aurora Nevada’s Silent City on the Hill - Sue Silver - Automobile Gold Rushes and Depression Era Mining - Charles W.
Miller - Arizona’s Best Ghost Towns – Philip Varney – Arizona Strip In Mohave County – Roman Malach - This year marks the th anniversary of the California Gold rush. On JanuJames W. Marshall discovered gold at Sutter’s Mill in Coloma, California. Though he tried to keep it quiet, word spread and soon there was a surge in immigration to California from people hoping to strike it rich.
It was the most famous gold rush in American history—but, in fact, not the. The Automobile Gold Rushes and Depression Era Mining, by Bill Mackey Primary Sources, edited by Richard H.
Engeman Northwest History News Notes, compiled by Shirley Lewis. The California Gold Rush inspired a new American dream—the “dream of instant wealth, won by audacity and good luck.” The discovery of gold on the American River in triggered the most astonishing mass movement of peoples since the Crusades.
Gold deposits were found in southwest of the La Sal Mountains. Glacial deposits run throughout the gravels on the Wilson Mesa and Bald Mesa. The gold is found as small flakes and rough pieces and is generally very fine and widely disseminated.
This region was worked for a short time after the discovery and again by Great Depression era miners. THE AUTOMOBILE GOLD RUSHES AND DEPRESSION ERA MINING by Charles W. Miller THE AUTOMOBILE GOLD RUSHES AND DEPRESSION ERA MINING by Charles W. Miller (pp. ) Review by: ROBERT L. SPUDE. A Depression Era Mine.
The subject of this article is a mine located about miles NNE of Morgan Butte, roughly 36 degrees east of true north from the peak. This area is literally blanketed with old (closed) and active lode mining claims and it includes a patchwork of patented land that is now deeded to modern day ranchers and investors.
Gold rushes have been documented as far back as ancient Rome, but most of the major gold rushes occurred during the modern era, which runs roughly from AD to the present. The most famous gold rush in American history is the California Gold Rush of(RealClearHistory covered it recently), but the history of gold rushes deserves a bit.
We were studying the Gold Rush in their history class, so the kids read this book. I would say these books are a 3rd or 4th grade level.
My sixth graders read it and liked it, but it was a very quick and easy read for them. My fourth grader was easily able to read it, but it wasn't as quick for him.
He, in particular, loves the "What Is."Reviews:. The Great Depression Speaks. The most notable example of what happens to gold stocks in a prolonged deflationary environment is the Great Depression. However, the United States was on a gold standard at the time, so miners had a guaranteed selling price – which was a good thing for them, because their operating costs were plummeting.The Great Depression was a severe worldwide economic depression that took place mostly during the s, beginning in the United timing of the Great Depression varied across the world; in most countries, it started in and lasted until the late s.
It was the longest, deepest, and most widespread depression of the 20th century. The Great Depression is commonly used as an.The state's legal infrastructure lagged behind this growth, however, and the lawless atmosphere of the gold mining communities led to a growing problem of murder and mayhem.
Law-abiding citizens began to see the need to strengthen existing legal and judicial institutions to ensure a more peaceful approach to everyday life. The Gold Rush Era.