Table of contents for The rise of the Silver Queen : Georgetown, Colorado, 1859-1896 / Liston E. Leyendecker, Christine A. Bradley, and Duane A. Smith.

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Foreword, James E. Hansen II	00
Acknowledgments, Christine Bradley	00
Prologue: Birth of a Legend	00
	1	Silver Threads Among the Gold	00
	2	"The Maddest, Merriest Time Ever"	00
		Photo Essay: Rise of the Silver Queen	00
	3	"It Takes Two Years to Make a Mine"	00
	4	Birth of the Silver Queen	00
		Photo Essay: Life in the Rockies	00
	5	"The Mine Is Yet in Its Infancy"	00
	6	Georgetown, 1878	00
		Photo Essay: Mining and Milling	00
	7	Lifestyles of the Sometimes Rich and Not So Famous	00
		Photo Essay: Faces in the Crowd	00
	8	No Longer the Queen	00
		Photo Essay: Jewels of the Silver Queen	00
	9	A New Coat of Paint and the Last Hurrah: The Silver Queen
		 Enters the 1890s	00
		Photo Essay: The Railroad and Devil's Gate	00
	10	"Until Time Calls A Halt"	00
		Epilogue: 1896	00
	Bibliographical Essay	00
	Index		00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Silver mines and mining -- Colorado -- Georgetown -- History -- 19th century.
Gold mines and mining -- Colorado -- Georgetown -- History -- 19th century.
Georgetown (Colo.) -- History -- 19th century.