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Bisbee Deportation of 1917
A documentary on the deportation of striking copper miners in Bisbee, Arizona in July 1917. Documentary compiled in 2000 by high school students Jacob Case (now Jacob Morrow) and Sharlene Grant (now Sharlene Gibb).
Views: 13154 equake85
Bisbee Arizona: a historic town that many say has a dark side
It's one of the oldest cities in Arizona. Bisbee a century ago was a booming mining town where gold, silver, and copper flowed from the mines, and the cash poured into posh hotels and shady saloons.
Views: 28883 FOX 10 Phoenix
The legacy of copper mining in Arizona
Arizona produces more copper than any other state. This brief history shows how Arizona's copper mining built a state and changed a nation.
Views: 50554 Arizona Experience
Shows various kinds of mining at several Arizona mines. Reel 1 shows how an open pit mine at Morceni is located and put into operation, how equipment is set up and utilized. Includes views of an established open pit at Ajo. Reel 2 continues operations at Ajo. Shows how operations continue at Jerome, where the open pit is 800 feet deep. Begins underground mining at Bisbee. Reel 3 shows various mining operations at Bisbee. Date: 1934 - 1975 Creators: Department of the Interior. Bureau of Mines. Pittsburgh Experiment Station. 1934-1/19/1975 (Most Recent) From: Series: Public Information Films and Video Recordings, 1934 1860 - 1975 1995 Record Group 70: Records of the U.S. Bureau of Mines, 1860 - 1995 localIdentifier: 70.165 naId: 12488 More at http://www.FLYKVNY.com
Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum
Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum
Views: 444 Garret Atherton
Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum
Americas first rural Smithsonian Institution affiliate exhibits Bisbee: The Urban Outpost on the Frontier, outlining the areas rich mining history and displaying many of the minerals found in the region. 520-432-7071, off AZ Hwy. 80, #5 Copper Queen Plaza, Old Bisbee, Bisbee AZ. $4/adults, $3.50/seniors, children up to 16 years $1. Open 10 a.m.4 p.m. daily.
Views: 358 Visit Tucson
Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum
At http://www.SouthernArizonaGuide.com, we're dedicated to helping you discover the BEST that beautiful Southern Arizona has to offer. From full color, high definition videos that show you what Southern Arizona has to offer, to tips & advice on dining & lodging in Tucson, Bisbee, Tubac, Tombstone & more! Visit the history of Southern Arizona. Business owners can take advantage of our low advertising rates. Very high visibility at a very affordable price.
Jerome, Arizona: Once a mining town, now home to culture, art and history
Ninety miles north of Phoenix and a mile high sits the town of Jerome. Nestled above the Verde Valley, the town of once 15,000 people during its mining heyday is now home to just 444 people. However more than a million visitors a year drive up the hill and into Jerome.
Views: 366 ABC15 Arizona
Speaker discusses poor history of copper mines in Arizona
Speaker discusses how copper industry has a VERY poor history in Arizona and wants to know what is different about Rosemont Copper.
Views: 390 robert harris
Copper Queen: One of largest underground mines is in Bisbee
Bisbee definitely qualifies as "small town America" and since 1877, the Copper Queen Mine has called one of Arizona's southernmost cities home. With over 2,000 miles of tunnels, the mine ranks as one of the five largest underground mines in the world.
Views: 200 ABC15 Arizona
Finding Tombstone: True stories from miners, Apache, and cowboys. Arizona Territory 1870's
Shot and filmed on location by Bradley Boyer, great grandson of Oliver Boyer, (aka Jack Friday) finds his family past through 10 years of research, history, and word-of-mouth stories which still exist in Tombstone today. Shot on location Spring 2013- Present, this true tale will captivate your heart.Before Wyatt Earp, Earp's brothers, and Doc Holliday, there was 300 miles of underground workings in dangerous conditions. Nearly 1000 miners getting paid well, a Silver Boom in the bust of the Apache Wars, you'll learn about the struggles of Cochise, the Chiricahua Apache, Geronimo, fighting the U.S. Cavalry, with bandits, outlaws and cowboys all running the same Territory in a little known area called "Goose Flats". The makings of a power keg, that once Silver was discovered here, all hell broke loose, and there was more to life in true Wild West than drunk cowboys shooting each other. These are personal accounts from the men who live the life of the 1880's every day. A big thanks to friends, Family, and local Tombstone folks who know and love this history. Carey Granger: Senior mine Historian. Shot On Location: Tombstone Mining Co. "Good Enough" Mine Tour. Johnny Gomez interview: Shot on Location: Council Rock. Cochise Stronghold. Dragoon Mountains, 9 miles East of Tombstone AZ. Cowboys interviews: Shot on location: Four deuces Saloon. Mark Lewis: (accounts of the "cowboy game" 1865 ----- ------- Special Thanks to: Wyatt Earp Theater. The Folks of the town of Tombstone. Johnny Gomez, And Lou the rancher and owner of the Butterfield Stagecoach for letting take "bonnie" and the burros for a walk in the desert. (See Bonnie Run at 20:30) ! Without this magical animal medicine bestowed upon the partners, the Grand Central may have never been found. Extra Special Thanks to Tianya Milagro, and the entire dance troupe for excellent belly dance shows in Tombstone HIstoric District. (More Credits to come, please e-mail us at [email protected] for ideas, updates, or credits needed. We're holding life rights of all families involved for authentic writing and release of our ancestors stories. All video, photography, music, story, ideas, characters and historical work presented here is copyright by each actor and author. This video is registered with everyone involved. ©2018 Underground Mass Media Music (BMI). Family , Life Rights, Protected. To Get Involved, please e-mail us at [email protected] Learn your History. Yes, there is more to our history besides outlaws.
Views: 559 Auto Defiance
A Look Inside Freeport McMoran | a Copper company
This video was created for a film competition about manufacturing companies run by the Eastern Advanced Manufacturing Alliance. It was the EAMA's 3rd Annual Student Video Competition and my classmates, marketing teacher and students, and I had the fun and unique opportunity to go inside a manufacturing company to see how they had evolved over the years and discover why it's a good field to work in. EAMA’s goal is to educate students, teachers, and parents about the manufacturing industry by pairing high school teams with local manufacturers to create videos that demonstrate robotics, automation, LEAN concepts and new technologies used at local companies. Equipment: Camera - Canon t5i Lens - Sigma 17-50mm 2.8 Mic - BY-M1 lav mic
Views: 2732 Pearl Stone Pictures
Freeport-McMoRan Breaks Out
Shares of copper miner Freeport-McMoRan rallied Monday.
Ruby, Arizona: A ghost town with violent history
Ruby, Arizona: A ghost town with violent history
Views: 7813 KGUN9
AZ Mine Tales
William Ascarza, archivist at the UA James E. Rogers College of Law, wears many hats. In addition to his work archiving material at the college's Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library, he is an active member of the Tucson Gem and Mineral Society, an adjunct instructor at Pima Community College, writer of the Arizona Daily Star's Monday column "Mine Tales," a desert tour guide and a local historical presenter. He's also the author of six books and a a new Father. AZ Star Daily (Monday's edition) http://tucson.com/search/?l=50&sd=desc&s=start_time&f=html&byline=By%20William%20Ascarza%0ASpecial%20to%20the%20Arizona%20Daily%20Star Coming Soon! "In Search of Fortunes: A Look at the History of Arizona Mining" Inquiries and ordering: (812) 468-8022 http://mtpublishing.com/index.php/soon/arizona-mining-history-group.html#.U7SRNKiT5el William's Blogs: http://thetucsonmountains.blogspot.com/ http://arizonamininghistory.blogspot.com/
Views: 1641 Dianne's Designs
Bisbee Deportation reenactment
100 years ago striking copper mine workers along with some supporters and bystanders were illegally deported from Arizona. The Bisbee Deportation occurred in July of 1917.
Views: 599 sveditors
Crime Trackers: Bisbee opioid problem growing, mayor says
People come to Bisbee for its charm, history and quaint lifestyle.  However, city officials said there's a drug problem and they're tackling it head-on.
VIDEO: Digging up history at Warren Ballpark
Most historians have focused on the famous baseball players who took the field since its opening.
Erie St  Lowell, AZ
The people of Lowell and Bisbee Arizona talk about the history of Erie Street and about what they plan for the historic street.
Views: 2993 sveditors
1930's Bisbee film relic discovered
1930's Bisbee film relic discovered
Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum
Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum preserves this town's architecture and mining landscape while welcoming, educating, and entertaining it's visitors.
Views: 618 ExploreSouthernAZ
History of the Dept of Mining & Mineral Resources at the University of Arizona
Dr. Mary Poulton, director of the Lowell Institute for Mineral Resources at the University of Arizona, discusses the University's support for mining. She believes Arizona can be a world leader in sustainable mining technology. Read more, http://arizonaexperience.org/innovate/mining-tomorrow
Views: 314 Arizona Experience
Arizona, Its Mineral Resources And Scenic Wonders 1940 (full)
No description at the National Archives, but this is a 1940 documentary about Arizona, including gold, mineral, copper, and silver mining, agriculture, and features such places as Montezuma Castle and Oregon Pipe Cactus National Monuments, Petrified Forest, Painted Desert, Mission of St. Xavier Del Bac, Hope Creek Canyon, Dragoon Mountains, and Sunset Crater. National Archives Identifier: 12496
Views: 2758 WWIIPublicDomain
What is the Miners Story Project?
An introduction to the Miners Story Project - a digital oral history project at the University of Arizona Mineral Museum that works to collect, preserve, and share the stories of underground copper miners and their families in the American Southwest.
Views: 2084 minersstory
La Vuelta de Bisbee: the promotional video
The 1993 promotional video for the Southwest's premier bicycle stage race. An overview of La Vuelta de Bisbee: the race stages, race history, community involvement and La Vuelta's origins in Bisbee Arizona, the historic copper mining town. Race action from all five stages. Music: A Thousand Summers by John Tesh. This is an encore presentation of La Vuelta de Bisbee on the 20th anniversary of its release. Produced by Breakaway Productions in association with Bisbee Cycling Productions. Winner: Oasis Award for Best Sports Production and Oasis Award for Best Direction.
Views: 422 Breakaway Media
Queen Mine Tours-Bisbee Arizona
Outfitted in hard hat, miner's headlamp and a yellow slicker, thousands of Bisbee visitors descend into the Queen Mine Tour each year—heading underground and back in time. Tour guides, retired Phelps Dodge employees, lead the group 1,500 feet into the mine and recount mining days, techniques, dangers and drama.
Views: 822 BisbeeTours
Mayor of Miami Arizona talks Impacts of Copper Mining
Miami, Arizona Mayor Jesus Canizales has seen the impact mining has on his community and state. Here, he asks for help and explains what his community can expect if the Resolution Copper Mining project and the mine move forward. Help us secure Arizona's future. Visit "Speak Up" to tell your family, friends and leaders that you support the Resolution Copper Project. http://resolutioncopper.com/speak-up/
Views: 423 Resolution Copper
An Introduction To Community Montessori School of Bisbee
A brief history of Bisbee Arizona's new Montessori Preschool.
Views: 109 BisbeeMontessori
SAGAPS Investigates The Oliver House Bisbee Arizona (Halloween episode)
Watch as the Southern Arizona Ghost and Paranormal Society Investigates The Oliver House located in historic Bisbee Arizona. This is the place of a love triangle that resulted in a gruesome mass murder resulting in a total of 27 deaths at The Oliver House since it was build in the early 1900's. **::Thanks to Chris Clennon for providing The Mission Creeps concert footage used in the episode.::** Please "Add" and "Subscribe" for future Video's and Updates. Thanks!!
Views: 14963 SAGAPSadmin
Bisbee City Hall catches fire
Fire crews battled a blaze at Bisbee City Hall Wednesday morning.
Views: 697 KGUN9
Fire in Bisbee, AZ
Video Courtesy:Fred Gonzalez
Bisbee has highest proportion of gay couples in Arizona
Although a mine town with a history of more than 100 years, Bisbee attracts more than just tourists. The area is now home to the state's largest proportion of gay couples. Mines may have closed, but minds remain open in this southern Arizona town. Cronkite News reporter Matthew Trotter shares the details.
Views: 227 cronkitenews
Arizona Historical Society Museum - Ft. Lowell
The Arizona Historical Society Fort Lowell At http://www.SouthernArizonaGuide.com, we're dedicated to helping you discover the BEST that beautiful Southern Arizona has to offer. From full color, high definition videos that show you what Southern Arizona has to offer, to tips & advice on dining & lodging in Tucson, Bisbee, Tubac, Tombstone & more! Visit the history of Southern Arizona. Business owners can take advantage of our low advertising rates. Very high visibility at a very affordable price.
WeekendZona Bisbee
A trip to Bisbee, Arizona is worth every minute. WeekendZona shows you some highlights that might make your trip worthwhile. If you enjoyed this video, and you're planning a getaway in Arizona , download the Small Wonders map via the link below to find many of the places that were featured. http://www.localfirstaz.com/small-wonders/small-wonders-verde-valley.pdf
Views: 12603 WeekendZona
Arizona Historical Society
The museum depicts life at a frontier Arizona army post. Long-term and changing exhibits. Special exhibits, outpost ruins featured. Wed.Sat. 10 a.m.4 p.m.
Views: 6252 Visit Tucson
Bisbee Buys Historic Camp Naco For $1.00. Now What?
The U.S. wanted a wall on our SE AZ border with Mexico as far back as the 1900's... it would be part of a U.S. strategy to keep the Mexican Revolution from crossing over the border and into Cochise County. As many as 5,000 troops were stationed at Camp Naco including on the land now known as Turquoise Valley Golf and RV, where Buffalo Soldier troops occupied a tent encampment from 1914, and National Guard troops until about 1924. The Newell family owned the property and made it available to the government on more than one occasion, and between those occasions they themselves occupied the structures of adobe, a building-material-rarity for a military property, built by the troops in the years the military occupied the strategic border acreage. The Buffalo Soldiers camp was at Camp Naco starting in 1914. The Arizona National Guard (white troops)were camped at the golf course. The tent camp was made into a permanent adobe camp in 1919. The Civilian Conservation Corps were there in the 1930s. To look into the eyes of Camp Naco and know anything about her past is pure mystical seduction. She is so weathered and worn yet so full of character, mystique, and pride. This must have driven historian Rebecca Orozco, of south-of-the-border heritage born with a thirst for factual historic knowledge, who has traveled the world in an on-going quest to quench it, to spend the last 20 years exploring ways to rebirth Camp Naco with historic integrity and a need for local functionality and sustainability. Seek out the on-line history of Camp Naco, sometimes referred to as Camp Newell, then, refer to this second part of my interview with Becky as we get a glimpse into a living plan for the future of what was, and seems to want to be more of.
Views: 364 CochiseTV.com
Bisbee A Very Special Place, part 1
In part one the viewer is introduced to Bisbee, Arizona, a former copper miming town with a colorful history.
Views: 686 Eduardo Brown
Arizona & New Mexico: "Land of Geronimo" ~ 1938 Gulf Oil Company; American Southwest
American History, US History, United States History Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL52C3C9693B350335 more at http://quickfound.net/ 'Photographed by Arthur C. Twomey, Ph.D. "This motion picture has been presented for your enjoyment as a public service of the Gulf Oil Companies and Good Gulf Dealers everywhere.' Originally a public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Navajo_people Wikipedia license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ The Navajo (Navajo: Diné or Naabeehó) of the Southwestern United States are the largest federally recognized tribe of the United States of America with 300,048 enrolled tribal members. The Navajo Nation constitutes an independent governmental body, which manages the Navajo Indian reservation in the Four Corners area of the United States. The Navajo language is spoken throughout the region with most Navajo capable of speaking English as well. As of 2010, the states with the largest Navajo populations are Arizona (140,263), and New Mexico (108,306). Over three-quarters of the Navajo population reside in these two states... Until contact with Pueblos and the Spanish, the Navajo were largely hunters and gatherers. The tribe adopted crop farming techniques from the Pueblo peoples, growing mainly corn, beans, and squash. When the Spanish arrived, the Navajo began herding sheep and goats as a main source of trade and food with meat becoming an essential component of the Navajo diet. Sheep, also became a form of currency and status symbol among the Navajo based on the overall quantity of herds a family maintained. In addition, the practice of spinning and weaving wool into blankets and clothing became common and eventually developed into a form of highly valued artistic expression. The Navajo are speakers of a Na-Dené Southern Athabaskan languages known as Diné bizaad (lit. 'People's language'). The language comprises two geographic, mutually intelligible dialects. It is closely related to the Apache language as the Navajo and Apache are believed to have migrated from northwestern Canada and eastern Alaska, where the majority of Athabaskan speakers reside. It has been suggested that speakers of various other Athabaskan languages located in Canada can still comprehend the Navajo language despite the geographic and linguistic derivation of the languages... The Navajo came into official contact with the United States of America in 1846, when General Stephen W. Kearny invaded Santa Fe with 1,600 men during the Mexican American War. In 1846, following an invitation from a small party of American soldiers under the command of Captain John Reid who journeyed deep into Navajo country and contacted him, Narbona and other Navajos negotiated a treaty of peace with Colonel Alexander Doniphan on November 21, 1846, at Bear Springs, Ojo del Oso (later the site of Fort Wingate). The treaty was not honored by many young Navajo raiders who continued to steal livestock from New Mexican villages and herders. New Mexicans, on their part, together with Utes, continued to raid Navajo country stealing livestock and taking women and children for sale as slaves... In the 1940s, during World War II, the United States denied the Navajo welfare relief because of the Navajos' communal society. Eventually, in December 1947, the Navajos were provided relief in the post-war period to relieve the hunger that they had had to endure for many years. Navajo Code Talkers played an important role during World War II by communicating information which was unable to be understood by the enemy. In the 1940s, large quantities of uranium were discovered in Navajo land. From then into the early 21st century, the US allowed mining without sufficient environmental protection for workers, waterways and land. The Navajo have claimed high rates of death and illness from lung disease and cancer resulting from environmental contamination... A hogan, the traditional Navajo home, is either built as a shelter for a man or for a woman. Male hogans are square or conical with a distinct rectangular entrance, while a female hogan is an eight-sided house. Both are made of wood and covered in mud, with the door always facing east to welcome the sun each morning. The Navajo construct hogans out of poles and brush covered with earth...
Views: 1782 Jeff Quitney
Arizona Historical Society Museum - Downtown Tucson Arizona
A Small but important Museum in the Wells Fargo Building downtown At http://SouthernArizonaGuide.com, we're dedicated to helping you discover the BEST that beautiful Southern Arizona has to offer. From full color, high definition videos that show you what Southern Arizona has to offer, to tips & advice on dining & lodging in Tucson, Bisbee, Tubac, Tombstone & more! Visit the history of Southern Arizona. Business owners can take advantage of our low advertising rates. Very high visibility at a very affordable price.
AZ Mining Review 03-26-2014 (episode 15)
Table of contents: 00:30 Nyal Niemuth, Chief of Economic Geology Section, Arizona Geological Survey 04:00 Kenneth Green, Senior Director, Natural Resource Studies, The Fraser Institute 23:32 Brigette Martini, Vice President of Business Development, Corescan Pty Ltd
Ghost Town Tours | Phoenix
Whether it's a ghost tour or a historic tour, a sojourn with Ghost Town Tours introduces guests to the uniqueness of historic Jerome, Arizona. Guides lead three historic tours and three haunted tours. Some are on foot, and some hop between locations via van. Those on ghost tours use special high-tech tools to detect the metaphysical entities. Shop deals on tours on Groupon: https://www.groupon.com/local/tours
Views: 1972 Groupon
Arizona 40 Acres For Sale Owner Financing
This huge 40 acre ranch (In Sec 1) is located in Northeastern Arizona. It is located very close to The Petrified Forest National Park and is also covered in trees. The property is located south of County Route 7002 and west of CR 7005. It is midway between Interstate 40 and US 180, approximately 40 miles east and south of Holbrook and about 45 miles southwest of Sanders and Chambers.The Petrified Forest National Park is to the east of the property. It also has juniper trees and cedar trees on it adding to this high desert landscape. The elevation is about 6,600 ft and the property is zoned A-General. A-General allows for the building of homes, manufactured homes, camping, RV's and the keeping of livestock. There is no time limit to build either. There are no association fees and property taxes are only $100.00 a year. This 40 acre ranch located in Northeast Arizona. It is about 50 miles North of St Johns, which is the county seat of of Apache County, Arizona. St Johns, which has a population of about 3,500, offer many amenities including shopping, schools, a public pool and library. Snowbirds will find the warm sunshine, blue skies and the high desert lifestyle enjoyable. This region is increasingly being utilized by the urban populations of Phoenix and Tucson as a pleasant retreat from the hot summer temperatures and an escape from chaotic urban life. Arizona's growth rate is among the highest in the nation. Census reports show the state grew by nearly 1.5 million residents from 1990, when it had more than 3.6 million residents, to more than 5.1 million in 2000. 7.3 million residents were expected by 2010. There are many recreational to do and explore around this 40 acre lot. There is Concho Valley Country Club & Golf Course, which is located 40 miles Southwest of the property. Concho Lake, which is one of Arizona'a few spring fed lakes, is also only 40 miles away. For boating, fishing, camping and water sports, there is Lyman Lake State Park, which is located about 38 miles South from this property. The world's largest and most colorful concentrations of petrified wood is also nearby. The Petrified Forest National Park & Painted Desert,which covers 93,000 acres, includes petroglyphs left behind by past cultures. CLICK TO VIEW LISTING: http://www.ownerfinancedland.com/40-Acres-For-Sale-Arizona-St-Johns-Owner-Financing.html Visit Us Online At: http://www.OwnerFinancedLand.com Call/Text us at 541-350-8606. E-mail us at [email protected] SUBSCRIBE TO THE OWNER TERMS LAND NETWORK'S YOU TUBE CHANNEL FOR MORE OWNER FINANCED LAND DEALS AND LAND INVESTING INFO: https://www.youtube.com/user/OWNERFINANCEDLAND [SOCIAL] Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Owner-Terms-Land-Network-Owner-Financed-Land-No-Credit-Checks/243232527504 Google +: https://plus.google.com/u/0/108712583466425668616 MORE LAND VIDEOS: OWNER FINANCING LAND OREGON 20 ACRES FOR SALE https://youtu.be/H5FJb-NGfb8 TINY HOUSES FOR SALE TINY STUDIO AVAILABLE https://youtu.be/-L7mLDUCnxc WHAT IS AN APN NUMBER IN LAND INVESTING? https://youtu.be/y-AMFiL_VKc OWNER FINANCING 10 ACRES FOR SALE OREGON https://youtu.be/sbZT3fzEwE8 OWNER FINANCED LAND FLORIDA 1 ACRE FOR SALE https://youtu.be/7_jQxKUBDg4 Copyright 2017 © The Owner Terms Land Network LLC™ All rights reserved
Monsoon season n bisbee az
raining its pouring the old man is snoring!
Views: 564 Daniella Kneller
Beneath Bisbee - Underground Street Art.m4v
A flashlight tour of the street art in the tunnels beneath Bisbee, Arizona.
Views: 473 Al Loneprotestor
Bisbee Ghost Tour
Tour taken on October 26, 2008
Views: 486 ocatfilms
Mystery lies beneath Phoenix streets
Downtown tunnel holds many secrets.
Views: 16794 ABC15 Arizona
The mining industry could be redefining the Arizona's future
With the thousands of mines Arizona has to offer, the idea that the mining industry is antiquated and dead is a rumor a best. Mining is still a $4.8 billion industry and it not only creates jobs, but it also creates exports as well, which are both things Arizona's legislators will have to take into account. Cronkite News reporter Krystal Story has the story. http://www.azmining.com/
Views: 68 Cronkite News
RockUs at the Apocolypto New Year's Eve Celebration in Bisbee, AZ.
RockUs at New Year's Eve. Bob Thomas, Kyle Bickler, Eric Wakatani, Yvonne Torres. Sweet Child of Mine, One Way Or Another, Hold On Loosely, Good Lovin, The Breakup Song
Views: 200 Kyle Bickler
This small town wows with rich history, mineral wealth
This Arizona town produced more than $6.1 billion worth of mineral wealth in less than 100 years of mining operations. It was voted as the best historic small town by 10Best.com and USA TODAY readers.
Views: 252 USA TODAY