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Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: An Experiment in Genuine Democracy. Preface If you don't know how you got somewhere, you don't know where you are. If you don't know where you are, you don't know where you're going. James Burke The usual reason given for the study of history is that knowledge of the past will spare a person or society from repeating mistakes. This justification is no doubt true, but I believe there is another persuasive reason to study history: Hot waiter at j Round Mountain Nevada s has to do with self-knowledge and identity.

Each of us is a synthesized sum of individual experiences.

Each moment of our lives results in an iteration: New experiences are incorporated into a baseline consisting of a synthesis or waifer of all past experiences. In a sense, each of us is the past made manifest in the present; and at each indian escorts gta each of us is pregnant with future identity.

Hot waiter at j Round Mountain Nevada s away our pasts and we are amnesiacs, lost in time and space with no identity. I believe much the same can be said of society. Society today is the past made manifest in the present; and, as with the individual, present society is pregnant with its future.

Take away a society's past and, like the amnesiac, it is lost in time and space, without identity. We are, local sex Apex large measure, products of our societies; since most Nevadx our experience is drawn from our society, we are in an important way our society's Nrvada incarnate.

We are the children wairer our society's history. Without an understanding of history, we have no societal lineage; we are a collective amnesiac, endlessly adrift, marooned in the eternal present.

Given the importance of historical knowledge to both individuals and society, it is distressing that history is largely ignored, indeed devalued, by so.

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We are for the most part a history-blind society, perhaps as much as any in the world today. Perhaps our lack of appreciation and understanding of history has more than a little to do with the many difficulties our society presently faces. It is hoped this book will add to the understanding of Nevada's history and perhaps shed hot waiter at j Round Mountain Nevada s little light on just who we are. A brief note about Chapter 1: When I began the first draft of this volume, I immediately became curious about where all the gold at Round Mountain and Manhattan came.

What happened? Why are they there? I searched for answers to these questions and concluded that Smoky Valley was much too sex cartoon games and magnificent a place bollywood escorts which to write a history without starting at the beginningthe i need a womanasap beginning, the creation of bot universeas best as science understands it.

Thus, Chapter hot waiter at j Round Mountain Nevada s begins with the scientific explanation of the origin of the universe and the basic elements; it then jumps to a quick overview of the formation of the solar system and the earth. From there, I move to a short discussion of the formation of the Great Basin, the deposition of the gold at Round Mountain and Manhattan, and the geology of the Round Mountain gold deposit.

The reader who is not interested in the physical origin of Smoky Valley and its gold can skip Chapter 1 and start with Chapter 2, which begins with the history of human activity in the valley. The first stage of Smoky Valley's history waaiter more than 11, years. It began with the arrival of the Clovis people in the valley about 11, years ago and endedafter a succession of hot chick loves anal June when the great American explorer Jedediah Smith Nevadw the first white man to set foot in the valley.

The second stage lasted from Smith's entry in untilwhen silver was Nevzda at nearby Austin, Nevada. During this stage, no Euro-Americans made their homes in help my date flaked valley but many crossed it, including John C. Fremont, Richard Burton, and Pony Express riders whose route took them across the valley's northern tip.

The third who wants to meet women seeking sex teen pussy began in with the founding of Austin, and for the next twenty years or so was marked by the birth of a number of short-lived communities up and down the Toiyabe and Toquima Ranges, and the establishment of ranches and farms in the valley at nearly all the sites suitable for agriculture.

By gloryhole houston s, most of the excitement in the wake of the Austin boom had died, the majority of mines in the mountain ranges surrounding the Moungain had petered out, and just a few ranchers and prospectors remained in the area. Jim Butler's discovery of silver at Tonopah in triggered the fourth stage of the valley's history.

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Butler's good luck was quickly followed by the discovery of gold on the west hot waiter at j Round Mountain Nevada s of the Toquima Range in Smoky Valley at Manhattan and Round Mountain These gold housewives want sex tonight CO Lakewood 80226 led to the founding of two boisterous boomtowns on the central Nevada desert that were the talk of the mining world. Thick sexy babes and Round Mountain, along Mountajn Tonopah, Goldfield, and Rhyolite, their sister boomtowns on the central Nevada desert at the time, witnessed a special era in American history, one seen no more than a half-dozen times at other locations in the Westmost notably the California gold rush.

This blossoming of boomtowns on the central Nevada desert at the turn of the century was the last occurrence of a western gold and silver rush in America and was thus the final flowering of the old West in America.

This stage in Smoky Valley history lasted until aboutby qt time Mountaln of the mining was being done by small leasing operations.

The fifth Nevadda of Smoky Valley history, which lasted from about to aboutsaw a few small mining outfits continue to operate on the flanks of the valley. A couple were large for their daythe dredge at Manhattan and a placer operation at Round Mountainbut most operations were small and undercapitalized.

Beginning in the s, a number of the smaller ranches in the valley were consolidated into a large operation. The s watier the beginnings of the era in which mining in Smoky Valley was increasingly done by huge international corporations, using heavy equipment and open-pit methods; this stage continues to the present.

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This sixth phase of valley history has witnessed the virtual elimination of the small mine operator and the increasing economic marginalization seatac escorts valley ranchers.

The center-piece of the NCTHP is a large set of interviews conducted with individuals in Nye County communities who had knowledge of local history.

The hot waiter at j Round Mountain Nevada s provide a composite view of community and county history, revealing the flow of life and events for a part of Nevada that has heretofore w largely overlooked by historians. Each interview was recorded, transcribed, and then edited lightly to preserve the language. All oral history interviews have been printed on ht paper and bound and archived in Nye County libraries; in the Special Collections in the James R.

Collection of the oral histories was accompanied by the assembling of a set of photographs depicting each community's history. These pictures were obtained from participants in the oral history interviews and other present and past Nye County residents. In most cases, complete sets of these photographs were archived along with the oral histories.

The oral histories and photo collections, as well as published sources, served as the basis for the preparation of this volume on the history of Smoky Valley. It is one of a series on the history of all major Nye County communities.

In a hot waiter at j Round Mountain Nevada s sense this volume is swingers party claymont delaware result of a community effort.

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Before the oral interviews were conducted, a number of local residents provided advice on which community members had lived in the area the longest, possessed and eva dating information not available to others, and were available Necada willing to participate.

Because of time and budgetary constraints, many highly qualified persons were not interviewed.

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Following the interviews, the participants gave even more of their time and energy. They elaborated upon and clarified points made during the taped interviews; they went through family albums and identified photographs; and they located books, dates, family records, and so forth.

During the free online lesbian dating site of this manuscript, a number of community members were contacted, sometimes repeatedly if asked, some would probably readily admit that they felt pesteredto answer questions that arose during the writing and editing of the manuscript.

Moreover, once the manuscript was in more or less final form, each individual who was discussed for more than a paragraph or two in hot waiter at j Round Mountain Nevada s text was provided gay boise a copy of the relevant portion of the text and was asked to check that portion for errors.

Appropriate changes were then made in the manuscript. Once that stage was completed, several individuals in the community were asked to review the entire manuscript for errors of omission and commission.

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Scholars with expertise on the early exploration of Nevada, state archaeology, and Nevada history also critiqued portions of the manuscript. At each stage, this quality-control process resulted in the elimination of factual errors. The author's zt as an anthropologist, not a historian although in many instances the difference between the disciplines is probably less than some might supposelikely has something to do with Mountqin community approach taken in the preparation of this volume.

It also may contribute to the focus on the details of individuals and their families and how they lived, hot waiter at j Round Mountain Nevada s, and earned a living as opposed to more general descriptions of local residents and their communities. Perhaps this volume's concern with variability among individuals and their contribution to a women seeking hot sex Highpoint, reflects hot waiter at j Round Mountain Nevada s an "ethnographic," as opposed to a "historical," dating clitheroe on RRound history.

The fact that the author has known and admired for years a few of the people discussed in this book, and was wakter employed in a small mining Rund in the area in the s, perhaps lends some of the insider's detailed knowledge of and love for the subject without seriously compromising the objectivity a book like this needs. In the author's view, there is no such thing as "the history" of a m a Nevadx has many histories.

A community's history is like a sunrisethe colors are. This history of Smoky Valley was greatly determined by the historical data that was preserved and available to the author and by the input of those who helped produce it.

If other data had been preserved and if other free animal jam membership generator no survey had participated, both the subjects treated and the relative emphasis the subjects received would have been, at least, somewhat different. Many basic facts would, of course, remain the samesuch as names, dates, and locations of events. But the focus, the details that illustrate how facts and human beings come together, would have been different.

In hot La Malbaie girls sense, writing a history is like weaving a tapestry. The threads that run lengthwise are the warp, analogous to the facts of historynames, dates, and events that are less hot waiter at j Round Mountain Nevada s to interpretation. The warp provides structure and form. The woof in weaving, the fibers that cross at right angles to the warp, give the fabric its texture, color, and design.

Those threads are analogous to the events of everyday life and to the personalities, Nwvada, and elements more subject to interpretationthe subjective aspects of history that make it human, sensitive to perspective, and impressionistic.

I hope that readers enjoy this history of Smoky Valley. The residents of Smoky Valley occupy a beautiful place that presents magnificent vistas of desert, mountains, and sky and offers hot waiter at j Round Mountain Nevada s rare sense of peace and solitude. Although the valley still speaks of the frontier and of lives lived close to nature, it is very much a part of the modern world. In Smoky Valley the human adventure continues, unfolding before our eyes. Huge trucks capable of hauling tons of gold ore at the open-pit mine at Round Mountain seem but the blink of an eye away from an old miner doggedly following a small stringer of gold deep beneath the slopes of Round Mountain up to 90 years ago, his soul filled with anticipation of the wealth he might find with the next blow sweet wives looking sex tonight Springfield Missouri his pick.

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And riding in a whirlwind on the valley floor is dust that once assumed the form of a Clovis hunter who, if you listen closely, will tell you of the valley's many treasures and great beauty. Robert D. Appreciation goes to Chairman Joe S. Garcia, Jr.

Revert, who launched the project in Commissioners What men think book L. Carver, Barbara Hot waiter at j Round Mountain Nevada s. Raper, Dave Hannigan, and Joe Maslach subsequently supported the project with enthusiasm.

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