Jerome Arizona Books and
Jerome has numerous shops
throughout the city. Be sure to check out Main Street, Hull Avenue, Jerome
Avenue and Clark Streets. We have listed the shops in Jerome according to the
streets that they are on.
Jerome's art galleries offer
pieces in every concievable medium that an artist can work in, and you might
even find something nobody has ever worked in before. Jerome is a one of a kind
find, filled with talented artists and craftspeople.
"After the Boom in
Tombstone and Jerome, Arizona" describes in vivid detail the decline of two
major mining boomtowns. It also addresses significant questions about the
nature of capital and settlement in the mining West, and about the
characteristics of town building and survival. This is a major contribution to
the history and interpretation of the American West, meticulously researched,
astutely argued, and extremely readable.
Take a trip into the
past on the United Verde and Pacific Railway. Russell Wahmann tells the story
of a 26-mile long narrow guage line that once snaked its way out of Jerome into
Chino Valley, outside of Prescott.
A collection of
stories about events, personalities and places in the vicinity of the lower
Verde River Valley in Arizona. Previously published in the newspaper, the
Fountain Hills Times, these short stories allow the reader to better appreciate
their surroundings in this varied part of Arizona.
The growth of Jerome
into one of the great industrial mining centers of the Southwest could not have
happened without the railroads. They brought miners and mining executives,
cattlemen, merchants,madams, tools, equipoment; and transported billions of
dollars worth of copper, plus gold, silver and zinc ore. This book contains
information and photogaphs about the Verde Canyon Railroad that travels from
Clarkdale through scenic Sycamore Canyon to Perkinsville and back.