The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 53, July 1949 - April, 1950 Page: 103
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Book Reviews o03
and the bad, the harmful effects as well as the benefits. Well writ-
ten and skillfully organized, it leaves few phases undiscussed.
Whether one is primarily interested in the people who came, the
means by which they traveled, the organization and methods of
the miners and later of mining companies, or in the men and
their way of life, one will find the subject amply described. The
format, the several illustrations, and the chapter-head vignettes
are all pleasing; and there is a satisfactory index, as well as a
CHARLES F. NVARD
New Mexico Military Institute
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