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David F. Myrick

Full Name: David F. Myrick
Number of Works: 13
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ISBN: 1931404003, 9781931404006
Keywords: telegraph, francisco, san
Pages: 256
Published: 1972
  • Rating: 100%

Since its publication in 1972, "San Francisco's Telegraph Hill" has been considered the definitive history of one of the San Francisco's oldest and most beloved neighborhoods. This new edition brings back into print that fascinating account with all of the original photographs, and completes the story up to the present through the addition of thirty-two new pages and many additional photographs.
ISBN: 0874177014, 9780874177015
Keywords: northern, roads, california, eastern, nevada, railroads
Pages: 392
Published: 2007
  • Rating: 80%

David Myrick's monumental railroad histories have become essential reference works for railroaders, historians, and hobbyists. His previous two volumes on the railroads of Nevada and Eastern California provide a rich record of rail transport in the region, including independent roads, short lines, and narrow-gauge roads, as well as many ephemeral roads built to serve mines or construction projects. Lavishly illustrated with period photographs and maps, and rich in historical detail, they are a major contribution to the transportation history of the West. Volume III contains additional
ISBN: 1930013051, 9781930013056
Keywords: volume, arizona, railroads, phoenix, santa
Pages: Unknown
Published: 2001

This is a new Santa Fe Volume in David F. Myrick's acclaimed series of books about Arizona railroading. It is a history of efforts to construct a north-south railroad connecting Phoenix with Santa Fe main line in northern Arizona, as well as the operations of that and connected lines, such as the route to California with a Colorado River Bridge at Parker. The Various mining roads tributary to the "Peavine," as the Santa Fe line was known, are also here, along with the rich mining history and associated railroads of the area around Prescott. As with any railroad built in pioneer days,