Whispers From the Past!

The Gold Processing Archives

This Special Presentation from the Colorado Style Publishing Archives is for all those just a little curious on how the Pioneers, Trappers and Prospectors lived and what they ate!

From The Scribner's Monthly - May 1880 - Rocky Mountain Cookery. 
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Happy Trails!
This page has been dedicated to Alvin Mosch by the Web Mistress Jo A. Petit.

Jo Petit is a Colorado Historical Trails author and volunteer who takes care of  the Phoenix Gold Mine's advertising, web site and Ebay auctions as well as giving an occasional tour or two! All historical Graphics and archives included in this Web site are property of Jo Petit and Colorado Style Publishing unless states otherwise. For more information please click on the Colorado Style Publishing Button below. As with the reproduction of all my Historical Archives, I have shown the actual pages of these documents and with no intent of offending anyone. It was simply the way of life and culture of the time. I hope you can see past anything that may offend you and enjoy the articles as they were intended - a Whisper from our Past and a Glance at how Far we have came.

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