5 edition of In the Colorado Gold Fever Mountains found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Robert Cooperman.|
|LC Classifications||PS3553.O629 I49 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 212 p. :|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||99060187|
While Cripple Creek, Colorado is not a ghost town, it was one of the most important mining camps in Colorado. Photo by Kathy Wieser-Alexander. During the late 19th century, gold fever roared through Colorado like wildfire, and mining camps and towns were literally born overnight. Seeking their fortunes, thousands of men arrived in the. In the Colorado Gold Fever Mountains (Western Reflections Books) won the Colorado Book Award for Poetry. My Shtetl won the Holland Prize for Logan House Press. Other recent collections include The Long Black Veil (Higganum Hill Press) Just Drive (Brick Road Poetry Press). Cooperman lives in Denver with his wife Beth.
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In the Colorado Gold Fever Mountains Other Award Winning Poet Through vivid and exciting free verse, Robert Cooperman shares an intimate view into the thoughts and lives of the people who toiled and loved and died in the early mining camps of Colorado's rugged Rocky Mountains.
Experience the old mountain West through the voices of the people who lived it. Cooperman's "In the Colorado Gold Fever Mountains'' (Western Reflections, $) is a captivating collection of narrative poems that vividly portray a cast of rough-and-tumble characters - sheriffs and outlaws, a gallows-maker and a hangman, a prostitute and her fancy man - in Colorado's early mining towns.
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