by Dr. Sandra F. Mather and the Frisco Historic Park & Museum
Frisco and the Ten Mile Canyon—Images of America
Frisco and The Mile Canyon tells the story of the once-thriving railroad town that served as the gateway to the towns and mines of the Ten Mile Canyon. Beginning in 1879, mines produced silver, gold, and other minerals while experiencing the usual boom and bust cycles. With the slow, painful death of mining and the curtailing of rail service, Frisco and nearby towns suffered. Filled with photographs from the Frisco Historic Park & Museum.