Author: Janet Irene Atkinson
Publisher: Jan Irene Publications (October 15, 2002)
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These were the men and women who stamped the land with their own . Her third book, Colorful Men and Women of the Motherlode is due for publication in 2002.
These were the men and women who stamped the land with their own brand of heroism and brought a special magic to the Motherlode. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Paperback: 173 pages.
Janet Irene Atkinson, Wendell Dowling (Illustrator). Colorful Men, Women and Tales of the Mother Lode.
15 extraordinary men and women made contributions to the Mother Lode which forever changed its history. A great book for lesser known tales of the gold county.
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By Janet Irene Atkinson. There are lots more colorful men and women who brought their dreams with them and created the world we enjoy today.
Colorful Men and Women. Tells the story of fifteen of the most extraordinary visionaries who changed the Mother Lode history forever. Many are so famous that you would know them, but their association with the Mother Lode has unfortunately been lost. There is Dr. Albert Michelson from Murphys. He was the first American to win the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1907. Excerpts from Colorful Men and Women of the Mother Lode. Colorful Men, Women & tales of the Mother Lode is a sequel to the popular Colorful Men and Women of the Mother Lode. How many readers, however, know that California's greatest Indian warrior, Estanisloa, rivaled those of the great chiefs of the plains; or are they familiar with the fact that the founder of the department store chain, Mervyn's, actually had his humble beginnings back in 1852, when his grandfather began his first store in Columbia, California; or that a Polish royal, Prince Poniatowski.