BY-LAWS OF THE FEDERAL UNION MINING COMPANY, CLEAR CREEK COUNTY, COLORADO. ORGANIZED MARCH 27, 1866. CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.

Greenfield [MA]: Franklin Job Printing Office, 1866. 12mo. 11, [1 blank] pp. Stitched in original printed deep blue wrappers, with wrapper title, 'The Federal Union Gold Mining Company,' lettered in gilt. Near Fine.

The President of this Massachusetts corporation, Alfred R. Field, was from Greenfield. Other officers were from Massachusetts and Rock Island, Illinois. One Director was from Colorado. The property was located "on both sides of South Clear Creek, at Colona Bar, in the Territory of Colorado." The corporation was organized "for the purpose of mining gold and other ores," during the enthusiasms of the Colorado Gold Rush. The bylaws prescribe a form stock certificate.
140 Eberstadt 191. Item #28122

Price: $450.00