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Gold mining claims of Cripple Creek Mining District, Colorado, May 1896
- Snell, Edward I.
- Colorado Springs, Colo. : William A. Otis & Co., 1896, c1895.
- Title supplied by cataloger. Includes index to ownership by best known mining companies in the district. Producing mines indicated with a red star. Cripple Creek Mining District coverage includes portions of Teller [then El Paso] and Fremont Counties, Colorado and the towns of Cripple Creek, Arequa and Victor. Shows name and registration number of each mining claim.
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- Princeton: Historic Map Division, Special Collections, Firestone Library
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