Leadville

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Lead•ville

(ˈlɛd vɪl)

n.
a town in central Colorado: historic mining town. 3879.
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It's autumn of 1881, and Inez Stannert, still the co-owner of Leadville, Colorado's Silver Queen saloon, is settled in San Francisco with her young ward, Antonia Gizzi.
The young, self-promoting writer delivered lectures to everyone from New York's social elite to farmers in Omaha and miners in Leadville, Colorado. Focusing on this brief but essential chapter in Wilde's colorful life, Friedman reveals how clearly calculated the Irish writer's rise to fame was, and how precedent-setting he was in manipulating his image in the press.
MERCURY'S RISE provides a fine Silver Rush mystery set in the mining town of Leadville, Colorado in the 1800s.
The mine is situated in the rich northwestern slope of Breece Hill, Leadville, Colorado.
According to prosecutors, she had managed to recruit a lady named Jamie Paulin-Ramirez from Leadville, Colorado. Later on, she moved to Ireland with her young son and married a terror suspect from Algeria.
"I wouldn't mind at some point doing a long ultra marathon, a 50-miler, maybe the 100-miler at Leadville, Colorado.
Palmer was from Leadville, Colorado, geographically and historically similar to Aspen, the final resting place for this memorial to a fallen soldier.
When he and his family visited The Silver Dollar Saloon in the old silver mining town of Leadville, Colorado, he found the people extremely friendly but with pretty vacant ideas about geography.
He served in the 10th Mountain Division, one of the most decorated units of the war, and was stationed for a time at Camp Hale (now the Cooper Ski Area) just west of Leadville, Colorado. After the war Hubert took the opportunity to increase his earning capacity by taking a sheetmetal working course, and passed the final test in 1954.