Award-winning documentary filmmaker and author Nicholas Clapp has studied, filmed, and written the deserts of the world. With a master's degree in cinema from the University of Southern California, his first professional break came when he produced and directed The Great Mojave Desert, a one-hour special for CBS and the National Geographic Society. He has won over 70 major film awards for his documentary work.
Author Nicholas Clapp and photographer Will Furman portray Bodie in both vivid words and stunning photography—a town that had two sides, aptly described in an 1870s account… On the eve …$ 22.95 Add to cart
In the 1890s, historian Frederick Jackson Turner lamented that the frontier was gone and with it the Old West, but overlooked was some 50,000 square miles of a frontier line …$ 24.95 Add to cart
For a thousand generations, desert shamans of the far West sought order in the stars and in the mysteries and wonder of their grand, if unforgiving landscape. When summoned, they …$ 22.95 Add to cart
A battered and broken homemade violin, discovered at a Mojave Desert swap meet, was to provide an insight into the life of Billy “Kid” Fraser. Born on the planks of …
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- Categories: California: Central and Northern, California: General, Deserts: California and Southwest, History/Lore/Native Americans, Local Authors, United States: Western.
- Format: softcover
- Pages: 152
- Dimensions: 7 x 9
- ISBN: 9781941384497
- Year Published: 2019
- Language: English
- Publisher: Sunbelt Publications, Inc.
Where else but in Virginia City could a penniless Irish miner in a few short years amass a fortune greater than any of America’s robber barons, simply by dint of …
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