4 edition of In miners" mirage-land found in the catalog.
In miners" mirage-land
|Statement||by Idah Meacham Strobridge.|
|Series||American fiction IV, 1901-1905 -- reel 223, no. 2178.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 129,  p.|
|Number of Pages||129|
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. In miners' mirage-land by Idah Meacham Strobridge; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Fiction, Gold miners, Silver miners, Social life and customs, Prospecting, Frontier and pioneer life, Miners, Deserts; Places: Nevada.
Genre/Form: Electronic books Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Strobridge, Idah Meacham, In miners' mirage-land. Los Angeles, Calif. Her works are now regarded as icons of the old western desert culture of Nevada, as well as artifacts of Southern Californian book arts history.
The Clark Library came into these three limited editions by way of Ward Ritchie in Published Works: Strobridge, Idah Meacham. In Miners’ Mirage-Land. Los Angeles: Baumgardt Publishing Company. Idah Meacham Strobridge (June 9, – February 8, ) was an American writer and bookbinder.
Known primarily for a trio of works about the Great Basin which mix folktales, fiction, sketches, and nature writing: In Miners' Mirage-Land (), The Loom of the Desert () and The Land of Purple Shadows (). Strobridge, In Miners' Mirage Land (Los Angeles, ); H.
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The Land of Purple Shadows (Paperback or Softback) In Miners' Mirage-Land. by Idah Meacham Strobridge. Starting at $ The Loom of the Range: $ - $ Idah Meacham Strobridge deserves her identification as the "first woman of Nevada letters" for the vivid evocation of the Great Basin and its people in her books In Miners' Mirage-Land (), In miners mirage-land book Loom of the Desert () and The Land of Purple Shadows ().
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Hardin City was the site of a Nevada silver mining boom town from until about Hardin City was located on the western slope of the Black Rock Range in the Black Rock Desert. Timeline. InJames Allen Hardin traveled the Applegate-Lassen north of the Black Rock, he found ore that at the time he thought was : Humboldt.
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Best fiction books are always available here. IDAH MEACHAM STROBRIDGE. One was the “Artemisia Bindery,” a book binding business established in the attic of her ranch home. The other was to begin writing at the age of forty, first under the pseudonym of “George W.
Craiger.” Strobridge, Idah Meacham. In Miners’ Mirage-Land. Los Angeles: Baumgardt Publishing Company, In miners' mirage-land by Idah Meacham Strobridge Publication Date: Many of these sketches originally appeared in the Los Angeles "Times" and Author: Priscilla Finley.
In Miners' Mirage-land by Idah Meacham Strobridge, Joe Duncan Gleason, Artemisia Bindery, Baumgardt Publishing Co - Gold mines and mining - - pages Preliminary Report Concerning Explorations and Surveys, Principally in Seller Rating: % positive. Her works are now regarded as icons of the old western desert culture of Nevada, as well as artifacts of Southern Californian book arts history.
The Clark Library came into these three limited editions by way of Ward Ritchie in Published Works: Strobridge, Idah Meacham. In Miners’ Mirage-Land. Los Angeles: Baumgardt Publishing Company.
Strobridge, In Miners' Mirage Land (Los Angeles, ); H. 0 of the point of disappearance, the Guadiana Alto was believed to re-emerge in the form of several large springs, which form numerous lakes near the Zancara and are known as the "eyes of.
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The spellings of names vary a little among the various accounts. Idah Strobridge in her book, In Miners’ Mirage-Land, also writes that Hardin was “one of three hunters” (58). Asa Merrill Fairfield’s book, Fairfield’s pioneer history of Lassen County, California, cites both of these sources, but adds to these accounts.
Clarence D. Basso Carville Drive • Reno, NV • [email protected] INTRODUCTORY This book, as its title-page states, is made up of selections from the writings of California authors. Most of the selections refer to California—her scenic glories, mountains, valleys, skies, canyons, Yosemites, islands, foothills, plains, deserts, shoreline; her climatic charms, her flora and fauna, her varied population, her marvellous progress, her wonderful.
Idah Meacham Strobridge was an American writer and for a trio of works about the Great Basin which mix folktales, fiction and nature writing: In Miners' Mirage-Land, The Loom of the Desert and The Land of Purple Shadows.
Born in Moraga Valley, California in Juneshe was the only daughter of George Meacham moved as a child with her. French Indo-china-vietnam ChequeAgence De Hongkong Unc.
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According to the Year Book of the Department of Agriculture in a crop ofbushels of oats was grown in Nevada on acres; there was no crop reported of Indian corn or of rye. ↑ See Stanley E. Piper, The Nevada Mouse Plague of (Washington, ), Farmers' BulletinU.S.
Department of Agriculture. “In Miner’s Mirage-Land”in at her relo-cated Artemisia Bindery. It was followed by “The Loom of the Desert”inand final-ly,“The Land of Purple Shadows” inthe latter two illustrated by Maynard Dixon. She wonmedals for her book-binding at the California State Fair in and at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Fair in Forest Trail, The Redwoods, California.
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I lived in area for 1 yr. Forest Trail in the Redwood National Park, California. Her works include In Miners Mirage-Land (), The Loom of the Desert (), and The Land of Purple Shadows (). Strobridge was also an award-winning book binder and founded the "Artemisia Bindery" in Los Angeles, California.
| Unabridged edition (Audio Book Contractors, Janu ), cover price $ | About this edition: "In Miner's Mirage Land", "The Loom of the Desert" and "The Land of Purple Shadows" contain beautiful descriptions of deserts and mountains in Nevada and California as well as tales of the perils of early settlers and miners.
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A July hike in any direction beyond the edge of a Phoenix suburb like Anthem, for instance, and it becomes readily apparent that the desert is real and it is the lush golf courses that perhaps are already, or soon will be a mirage.
Land development in the West has achieved similar temporary high profits and blindness to long-term consequences.
NEVADA (a Spanish word meaning " snow-clad " or " snowy land," originally applied to a snow-capped mountain range on the Pacific slope), one of the far western states of the American Union, lying between 35° and 42° N. and ° I' 34" and I' 34" W. (37° and 43° W.
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More information on many of these authors, and on other books of theirs, is contained .Gold Miners & Guttersnipes: Tales of California, by Mark Twain. Selected, with an introduction, by Ken Chowder Mirage-Land: Images of Nevada, by Wilbur S. Shepperson, with Ann Harvey. Foreword by Ann Ronald: BOOK REVIEWS: Lorraine Anderson and Thomas S.