Synopses & Reviews
Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press
Travel through the ghost-town country of the Pacific Northwest, guided by the camera and pen of Norman D. Weis. Both well-known and obscure towns, with intriguing names such as Comeback Mine Camp, Electric, Ruby, Greenback, Disautel, and Old Todora entice you to explore their secrets.
"Ghost Towns of the Northwest doesn't disappoint. In fact, it gets better with each page."—Treasure Facts Treasure Facts
"Many new books are being published pertaining to the ghost towns of the West and Norman Weis' should rank with the very best."—Montana Magazine Montana Magazine
Sixty-two ghost towns from Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming and Montana are individually described with the history of each town and specific directions on how to find it. Nearly twenty are unknown to the general public.
Includes bibliographic references (p. -314) and index.