The history of Bisbee in pictures, Queen of the Copper Camps

June 18, 2007 at 9:55 am Leave a comment

Bisbee was the acknowledged “Queen of the Copper Camps”. With a mining life of almost a century and a peak population of 35’000 , Bisbee attained a permanence rare among mining towns. Despite floods, fires, labor troubles and mine shutdowns and reopenings, Bisbee endured. Now, even though the mines have closed, the Bisbee people scorn the

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