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Kennett: The Short, Colorful Life of a California Copper Town and Its Founding Family by Jane B. Schuldberg
The world's 9th largest copper producing town, founded by Bernhard "Ben" and Rosa Golinsky, disappears.

Maps

Acknowledgments

Introduction

Preface

Going Back in Time

The Coming of the Railroad

Kennett Is Born

The Golinskys Come to Town

Kennett Becomes a Real Little City

Keswick: The Smoky Metropolis

The Copper Belt: The Mammoth and Golinsky Mines

Other Prospering Mines and Smelters

Growth After the Great 1904 Fire

Bernhard: The New Town

Tram, Smelter, and Building Boom

Modern Kennett

Vice, Crime, and Disasters

Prosperity and Its Perils, 19061912

Memorable Personalities

World War I, the Depression, and Prohibition

Shasta Dam and the End of Kennett

Personal Recollections and Legacies of the Mines

Afterword

References

Index

About the Author

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