Publication: Crown King Press, 1990, Mesa
First edition. Quarto. Pictorial wrappers, 104 pp., acknowledgements, preface, illustrated, maps, double column, footnotes, bibliography. "The first comprehensive history of one of the most colorful areas in Arizona. The southern Bradshaws contained, at one time, some of the busiest and most productive mines in the territory. Because of their relative inaccessability, they still retain much of the rough-and-tumble flavor of the early west. Hundreds of hours of research, as well as interviews with many long-time Bradshaw residents, have resulted in a fascinating look at a vital part of Arizona's history." Fine copy.
Inventory Number: 31090