*ARIZONA ~ JEROME ARIZONA GHOST TOWN: Jerome is the largest ghost town in the U.S! In 1876 miners began extracting copper, silver + gold from the area + houses started to be built. By 1920 there were some 15,000 inhabitants in the area + the people of the town were making some considerable money. In 1953 w/the price of copper at rock bottom the last mine closed + the town became deserted.
This sacred site at Saint Nectan’s Glen, where the River Trevillet has carved through Late Devonian Slate and created a 60 foot waterfall and then punched a hold through the basin for the water to flow, Cornwall, England
Silver City: Silver City had the distinction of having the first telegraph service in Idaho. In 1874, a line was built north from Winnemucca, Nevada, and in 1875, the line was continued from Silver City on to Boise City.