Significant books related to these mining Colorado Territorial
HISTORY OF CLEAR CREEK AND BOULDER VALLEYS, COLORADO,
Containing a brief History of the State of Colorado from its earliest settlement
to the present time, embracing its geological, physical and climatic features;
its agricultural, stock-growing, railroad and mining interests; an account of the
Ute trouble; a History of Gilpin, Clear Creek, Boulder and Jefferson Counties;
and Biographical Sketches, Illustrated. Chicago: O.L. Baskin &
Co., Historical Publishers, 1880; 713 pages.
ECONOMIC GEOLOGY OF GILPIN COUNTY AND ADJACENT PARTS OF
CLEAR CREEK AND BOULDER COUNTIES, COLORADO, by Edson S. Bastin and James M.
Hill, Washington: Government Printing Office, 1917; United States Geological
Survey, Professional Paper 94.
A TRIP TO PIKE'S PEAK AND NOTES BY THE WAY, with Numerous
Illustrations, Being Descriptive of Incidents and Accidents that attended the
Pilgrimage; Of the Country through Kansas and Nebraska; Operations, etc., by
C.M. Clark, M.D. Chicago: S.P. Rounds' Steam Book and Job Printing House,
1861; 134 pages, plus errata sheet.
THE GOLD MINES OF GILPIN COUNTY, COLORADO: Historical,
Descriptive and Statistical, by Samuel Cushman and J.P. Waterman, Central
City: Register Steam Printing House, 1876; 137 pages.
THE MINES OF COLORADO, by Ovando J. Hollister,
Springfield, Mass.: Samuel Bowles & Company, 1867; 450 pages,
(advertisements: front ; back )
A MINE TO MAKE A MINE: Financing the Colorado Mining
Industry, 1859 - 1902, by Joseph E. King, Texas A&M University Press:
College Station and London, 1977; 209 pages
THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN DIRECTORY AND COLORADO GAZETTEER, FOR
1871, comprising a brief history of Colorado, and a condensed but comprehensive
account of her Mining, Agricultural, Commerical and Manufacturing Interests,
Climatology, Inhabitants, Advantages and Industries, together with a complete
and accurate Directory of Denver, Golden City, Black Hawk, Central City, Nevada,
Idaho, Georgetown, Boulder, Greeley, Colorado City, Pueblo, Trinidad, etc.;
S.S. Wallihan & Company, compilers and publishers, Denver, 1871; 500 pages.
COLORADO, IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA: Schedule of Ores
contributed by sundry person to the Paris Universal Exposition of 1867, with
some Information about the Region and Its Resources, by J.P. Whitney,
printed by Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, London, 1867; 61 pages.
SILVER MINING REGIONS OF COLORADO, with Some Account of the
Different Processes now being Introduced for Working the Gold Ores of that
Territory, by J.P. Whitney, New York: D. Van Nostrad, 1865; 107 pages.