Chrysotile Arizona 1914 to 1945
Chrysotile Arizona was established at the bottom of Ash Creek Canyon as an asbestos mining town around 1914. Over time, the community's existence has been nearly forgotten. Now, through notes, letters, original pictures, and first-hand accounts of one of Chrysotile's oldest surviving residents, the town comes alive again on the pages of this book. Readers will learn about the good times and the bad as they explore the work and play of those who lived in this remote area, from the town's humble beginnings in 1914 to its closing in 1945.
- Paperback | 57 pages
- 190 x 230 x 2mm | 117.93g
- 30 Mar 2007
- Illustrations, black and white