Mining the American West

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Duane A. Smith (Fort Lewis College), Liping Zhu (Eastern Washington University), and Christopher J. Huggard (Northwest Arkansas Community College) General Editors

The Mining in the American West series presents notable titles in the field of mining history. Defined broadly, this includes works about mining communities, people, technology, mines, districts, and whatever else might touch upon mining from the arrival of the Spanish through the twentieth century.

All proposals for the Mining in the American West series must deal in a substantial way with the history of mining in the American West, and should follow the press submission guidelines. Submissions will be evaluated by the press acquisitions staff and the series editors, as well as outside experts. This series offers the opportunity for anyone interested in mining history to find a home for his/her work.

January 23, 2015

From Redstone to Ludlow

John Cleveland Osgood's Struggle against the United Mine Workers of America

Gambling on Ore

The Nature of Metal Mining in the United States, 1860-1910

Industrializing the Rockies

Growth, Competition, and Turmoil in the Coalfields of Colorado and Wyoming, 1868-1914

Mercury and the Making of California

Mining, Landscape, and Race, 1840–1890

Mining Irish-American Lives

Western Communities from 1849 to 1920

Remembering Ludlow but Forgetting the Columbine

The 1927–1928 Colorado Coal Strike

Santa Rita del Cobre

A Copper Mining Community in New Mexico

Silver Saga

The Story of Caribou, Colorado

Revised Edition

January 23, 2015

The Mechanics of Optimism

Mining Companies, Technology, and the Hot Spring Gold Rush, Montana Territory, 1864-1868

The Once and Future Silver Queen of the Rockies

Georgetown, Colorado, and the Fight for Survival into the Twentieth Century

University Press of Colorado University of Alaska Press Utah State University Press University of Wyoming Press