Mining History Association
10th Annual Conference, June 3-6, 1999 Ouray Community Center Ouray, Colorado
10th Annual Conference, June 3-6, 1999
Ouray Community Center
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Welcoming Reception, Ouray Community Center, June 3, 1999
Lunch and Double Jacking Contest, Ouray Park, June 4, 1999
(Hosted by the Ouray County Historical Society)
Awards Banquet, Ouray Community Center, June 4, 1999
Presidential Luncheon, Ouray Community Center, June 5, 1999
TOURS AND FIELD TRIPS (PHOTO GALLERIES)
Ouray County Historical Museum, June 3, 1999
Tour of the Camp Bird Mine Area, June 4, 1999
Tour of the Red Mountain and Silverton Mining Districts, June 6, 1999
Silverton Historical Society (Old Hundred Mine, Mayflower Mill, and more)
READINGS AND REFERENCES
Frederick Leslie Ransome, “A Report on the Economic Geology of the Silverton Quadrangle, Colorado,” Bulletin 182, U. S. Geological Survey, (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1901).
Duane Smith, “Song of the Hammer and the Drill, The Colorado San Juans 1860-1914,” (Golden: Colorado School of Mines, 1982).
Evalyn Walsh McLean, “Father Struck it Rich,” (Fort Collins: Firstlight Publishing, 1996).
J. L. Benham, “Camp Bird and the Revenue,” (Ouray: Black Bear Publishing, 1980).Lee Scamehorn, “Albert Eugene Reynolds, Colorado’s Mining King,” (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1995).
P. David Smith, “Mountains of Silver, The Story of Colorado’s Red Mountain Mining District,” (Lake City: Western Reflections, 1994).
P. David Smith, “Ouray, A Quick History,” (Lake City: Western Reflections, 1996).
Harriet Fish Backus, “Tomboy Bride,” (Boulder: Pruitt, 1969).
John Marshall and Zeke Zanoni, “Mining the Hard Rock in the Silverton San Juans,” (Silverton: Simpler Way Book Company, 1996).
Dawn Bunyak, “Frothers, Bubbles, and Flotation, A Survey of Flotation Milling in the Twentieth-Century Metals Industry,” (Denver: Natural Park Service, Cultural Resources, 1999)
Duane Smith, “A Brief History of Silverton,” (Lake City: Western Reflections, 2004).
Duane Smith, “Denver & Silverton Railroad,” (Lake City: Western Reflections, 1998).
Mark and Karen Vendl
Lynn and Mark Langenfeld