A Field Guide to Mineral Point Nancy Pfotenhauer

ISBN: 9780984924523

Published: June 2012

Spiral-bound

272 pages


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A Field  Guide to Mineral Point  by  Nancy Pfotenhauer

A Field Guide to Mineral Point by Nancy Pfotenhauer
June 2012 | Spiral-bound | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 272 pages | ISBN: 9780984924523 | 6.50 Mb

Mineral Point started as a wild and wooly frontier town. With the discovery of lead in 1828 it attracted all types of people looking to get rich, quick. These early folks left a lasting imprint in the buildings they constructed, used and left behind.MoreMineral Point started as a wild and wooly frontier town.

With the discovery of lead in 1828 it attracted all types of people looking to get rich, quick. These early folks left a lasting imprint in the buildings they constructed, used and left behind. This field guide documents these buildings, drawing on the rich collection of photographs held by the Mineral Point Historical Society and the Mineral Point Library Archive, and provides a unique look into what is today a quintessentially American town.



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