Denver's Lively Past: From a Wild and Woolly Camp to Queen City of the Plains

By: BANCROFT, Caroline

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A brief history of Denver, Colorado and her transformation from a rough gold-mining camp to a major city. With several black & white illustrations, showing both early scenes as well as more modern views of the city; also with a sketch map of the central part of town. The prolific Miss Bancroft wrote many brief works focusing on different aspects of Colorado history. Her grandfather was the founder of the Colorado Historical Society, and her father served as a mining engineer and author. --- In red stapled wraps with drawing of stagecoach to cover. --- A little rubbing to covers, else a bright, sound copy.; Octavo - 8 to 9 in. tall; 48 pages

Title: Denver's Lively Past: From a Wild and Woolly Camp to Queen City of the Plains

Author Name: BANCROFT, Caroline

Categories: >>History of Colorado & the Old West,

Publisher: Boulder, Johnson Publishing Company: 1959

Binding: Stapled wraps

Book Condition: Very Good

Stock No.: 84252