Title: Gold Rush Binding: Paperback Author: Michael Johnson Publisher: HARPER COLLINS PUBLISHERS
The great Yukon gold rush along the Klondike River gave rise to more that just mining camps and frontier hardships. It also sparked a literary legacy as writers joined the gold rush and sent back stories of adventure, romance, and memorable mining camp personalities. Great Tales Of The Gold Rush is an outstanding anthology of the best of these stories that range from realism to romance, from tall tales to true-life adventure.
Tells the story of the discovery of gold at John Sutter's mill, and how it changed California. Written in graphic-novel format.
Excerpt from The Historie of Frier Rush: How He Came to a House of Religion to Seeke Service, and Being Entertained by the Priour, Was First Made Under Cooke; Being Full of Pleasant Mirth and Delight for Young People There was sometime beyond the Sea edified and founded a certain house and Cloister of Religious men, which house was founded at the great Forrests side, for to maintaine the service of almighty God, and daily to pray for their benefactors and founders, and for the salvation of their owne soules: which place by reason of their founders and well disposed people (which gave unto it largely of their goods and possessions) increased in riches, and every man had gold and silver at their will, also of meate and drinke they had great plenty: in so much that they were so well at ease and had so much, that they wist not what to doe they were so full of wantonnesse, whereby the service of almighty God was not well maintained among them: for oftentimes they said neither Mattins nor Evensong: and through their great negligence the forgat cleane the charge that they were bound to when they entred into their Religion, and they lived more like beasts without reason, then like men of good and holy conversation: for they haunted harlots and lived viciously, and the goods that was given them good and well disposed people, they spent in unthriftinesse and rybauldry.
Gold Rush Mystery: Paperback: Chivileri Publishing: 9781942612117: 21 Dec 2015
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As early as 1839, Sacramento, California, was home to one of the most enduring symbols of the American West: the saloon. From the portability of the Stinking Tent to the Gold Rush favorite El Dorado Gambling Saloon to the venerable Sutter's Fort, Sacramento saloons offered not simply a nip of whiskey and a round of monte but also operated as polling place, museum, political hothouse, vigilante court and site of some of the nineteenth century's worst violence.
To the Yukon and Beyond Along the Gold Rush Trail: Paperback: Page Publishing, Inc. : 9781683488095: 21 Aug 2016
Very good. Trade paperback (US). 309 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade.
The history of the Klondike, with its harrowing narratives of climbing the Chilkoot and White passes, braving the rapids of the Yukon River and striking it rich only to go broke again, has become legend. Yet there are still more untold stories that linger in the boarded-up ghost towns, forgotten wilderness cabins and along overgrown trails. Yukon historian Michael Gates has made a career of poking around both the archives and the outdoors of the North.
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Good Condition: may have corner bends, scuff marks, wear to dust cover, etc. 100% of your purchase supports Goodwill Industries of San Diego County.
A hotbed of activity for far-sighted thinkers and determined doers, the high technology industry has given rise to a pioneering group of entrepreneurs and executives which is not only behind today's most innovative technological advances, but at the forefront of a dynamic new movement in business. Armed with groundbreaking management philosophies and practices, the members of this visionary group are changing the way corporate structures are modeled and altering conventional conceptions of how companies should be run.
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