Publication: Franklin Job Printing Office, 1866, Greenfield
First edition. 16mo. 6 1/4" x 4 3/8" printed wrappers, 11 pp. The officers are comprised of 8 men from Massachusetts, 2 men from Illinois, and 1 man from Colorado. This group of men has acquired a large mining property on both sides of South Clear Creek, at Colona Bar, in the Territory of Colorado, for the purpose of forming a Corporation under the provisions of the sixty-first chapter of the General Statutes of Massachusetts, in order to mine for gold and other ores and to develop the property. The corporation to be named and known as "The Federal Union Mining Company." This booklet contains 17 by-laws that have been unanimously adopted by the officers. Minor wear to foot of spine and light age toning else a near fine copy housed in a cloth clam shell with titles stamped in gold gilt on the spine.
Inventory Number: 37207