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Ghost town : wherein is told much that is wonderful, laughable, and tragic, and some that is hard to believe, about life during the gold rush and later in the town of Columbia on California's Mother Lode

Author: G Ezra Dane; Beatrice J Dane; Fred Ludekens
Publisher: New York : Tudor Pub. Co., [1948], ©1941.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Dane, G. Ezra (George Ezra), 1904-1941.
Ghost town.
New York, Tudor Pub. Co., ©1941
(OCoLC)609946673
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: G Ezra Dane; Beatrice J Dane; Fred Ludekens
OCLC Number: 14760026
Notes: Reprinted 1948.
"Hail and farewell to the story-tellers": pages 299-308.
Description: xx, 311 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Responsibility: as remembered by the oldest inhabitants and here for the first time set down by G. Ezra Dane, in collaboration with Beatrice J. Dane ; illustrated by Fred Ludekens.

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