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Ghost Towns of the Southwest: Your Guide to the Historic Mining Camps and Ghost Towns of Arizona and New Mexico Paperback – Mar 1 2010


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  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Voyageur Press; First edition (March 1 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0760332215
  • ISBN-13: 978-0760332214
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.6 x 22.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 599 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #197,022 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This latest book is another fabulous work of Jim Hinckley, who recently gave us those wonderful Route 66 books…The photos by Kerrick James are simply fabulous and give a tangible flavor to the dramatic landscapes. Even if you never travel to these places, the photos are worth the price of the book. -- Escapees

If your interests run to mining and ghost towns, you’ll find a valuable guide in this book…The descriptive prose and vivid images convey the appeal of the landscape and the region’s rich history. -- RV Life



Escapees, May/June 2010

“This latest book is another fabulous work of Jim Hinckley, who recently gave us those wonderful Route 66 books...The photos by Kerrick James are simply fabulous and give a tangible flavor to the dramatic landscapes. Even if you never travel to these places, the photos are worth the price of the book.”

About the Author

Jim Hinckley has contributed to a wide variety of periodicals, including Route 66, American Road, and others. He is the author of Backroads of Arizona, and Route 66 Backroads. He lives in Kingman, Arizona.

Kerrick James images have appeared in such publications as Arizona Highways, Sunset, and National Geographic Adventure. He provided the photography for Route 66 Backroads, Backroads of Arizona, and Our Arizona. He lives in Mesa, Arizona.


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By Kirby Weisgerber on Nov. 5 2014
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Ok book but outdated
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Makes you want to go explore the Southwest May 16 2010
By Gene Bowker - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I had the chance to read Ghost Towns of the Southwest: Your Guide to the Historic Mining Camps & Ghost Towns of Arizona and New Mexico by Jim Hinckley and Kerrick James recently.

I've always loved the Old West and Ghost Towns. As a kid growing up in California, I was able to visit a few of the famous ones with my mom such as Tombstone, Arizona.

The book is organized is to regions of Arizona and New Mexico with several sites to visit in each region. This make it perfect for roadtrips as you can base yourself in the larger area and then drive to the various sites during the day, or camp out.

Jim Hinckley does a great job of describing the history of the site along with information about what remains and the accessibility of the sites. A lot of these places are way in the middle of nowhere, so heed his warnings about high-clearance cars or 4x4's to reach them.

Jim also wrote Route 66 Backroads and Backroads of Arizona which are Bibles for planning roadtrips out west. He also writes a blog about life on Route 66 in Kingman which is worth a read.

Kerrick James photographic work has been seen magazines such as Arizona Highways and National Geographic Adventurer. He also conducts classes on photography, which from his work in this book I wish I could attend. Kerrick has a great way of showing the desolation of the abandoned mining sites and ghost towns which make the book worthwhile just as a photo essay. His website [...] includes many great shots and also links to his classes.

Ghost Towns of the Southwest is a great book from Voyaguer Press and will make you want to make a Southwest road trip soon.
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ghost towns March 22 2013
By ron j fox - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
kind of bland ... uneventful, no in depth accounts of history more about driving directions but, great to go to sleep by
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First impressions... Oct. 7 2012
By jalcruces - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
My first impressions after viewing this book were the erroneous locations of some towns... How is Magdelena - south and White Oaks - Central, when Magdelena is more Northerly than White Oaks?? I'll let you know if it gets any better...from there.
Good book. Aug. 29 2013
By Carol A. Klein - Published on Amazon.com
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very informative and good pictures. Enjoyed very much. I am an artist and I found many interesting pictures as I cannot travel to these places.
Great Guide to AZ. and NM Ghost towns Aug. 17 2014
By Bill A - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Good and accurate information on Arizona and New Mexico ghost and almost ghost towns. If you like to visit ghost towns you get accurate directions and an idea of what remains to be seen. If you read it just for the history or use it as a guide book for to explore these towns of the past it is a worthwhile and informative book.


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