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Ghost towns : stories of the great American gold rush ; Stories of America's historic inns.

Author: Stanley WesselJill ShellabargerBruce LixeySteve RoszellJeff HuebnerAll authors
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Questar, [2004]
Series: America's great road trips and scenic drives, disc 6.; Reader's digest classic collection.; Questar DVD collection.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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Ghost towns: Looks at the history of the American gold rush, the men who rushed West after visions of riches, and the towns and banks, general stores, boarding houses, and saloons they built and filled with prospectors, hustlers, gamblers, and outlaws. Visits 11 ghost towns left behind: Coloma, Calif., Grass Valley, Calif., Murphys, Calif., Virginia City, Nev., Sutro, Nev., Bodie, Calif., Buckskin Joe, Colo., Lake
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Genre/Form: Travelogues (Motion pictures, television, etc.)
Nonfiction films
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Stanley Wessel; Jill Shellabarger; Bruce Lixey; Steve Roszell; Jeff Huebner; Bob Hercules; Julie Johnson; Questar, Inc.
ISBN: 1594640610 9781594640612 1594640564 9781594640568
OCLC Number: 55669111
Notes: Region 1; Dolby digital.
Performer(s): Ghost towns narrator, Stan Wessel ; Historic inns narrators, Stan Wessel, Jill Shellabarger.
Target Audience: MPAA rating: Not rated.
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 120 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: Ghost towns : stories of the great American gold rush (Title on disc menu : Touring America's ghost towns) (54 min., 1992) / produced and directed by Bruce Lixey ; written by Stephen Roszell, Jeff Huebner, Bruce Lixey. Stories of America's historic inns (63 min., 1992) / produced and directed by Bob Hercules ; written by Bob Hercules, Julie Johnson.
Series Title: America's great road trips and scenic drives, disc 6.; Reader's digest classic collection.; Questar DVD collection.
Other Titles: Stories of America's historic inns.

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Ghost towns: Looks at the history of the American gold rush, the men who rushed West after visions of riches, and the towns and banks, general stores, boarding houses, and saloons they built and filled with prospectors, hustlers, gamblers, and outlaws. Visits 11 ghost towns left behind: Coloma, Calif., Grass Valley, Calif., Murphys, Calif., Virginia City, Nev., Sutro, Nev., Bodie, Calif., Buckskin Joe, Colo., Lake City, Colo., Bannack, Mont., Vulture City, Ariz., and Mogollon, N.M.

Stories of America's historic inns: Examines the people and places where much American history occurred through visits to inns, taverns, and stagecoach stops that once housed historical figures from Revolutionary War heroes and Western desperadoes to luminaries like Jack London, Laurence Olivier, Vivien Leigh, and John F. and Jackie Kennedy. Stops in at St. Francis Inn, St. Augustine, Fla., Robert Morris Inn, Oxford, Md., Beekman Arms, Rhinebeck, N.Y., Red Lion Inn, Stockbridge, Mass., Stillman's Inn, Galena, Ill., Monmouth Plantations, Natchez, Miss., St. James Hotel, Cimarron, N.M., Wolf Creek Tavern, Wolf Creek, Or., and San Ysidro Ranch, Montecito, Calif.

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