One Hundred Years of Brown's Park and Diamond Mountain by Dick and Daun DeJournette
Two Diamonds in the Rough You can't separate Diamond Mountain and Brown's Park. The tie that binds the Park and Diamond Mountain is as real as the streams of water that flow off the mountain giving life to the park. The two are co-dependent. Progress may alter the scenes, but it will never change the depth of relationship between the two areas.
As you read this book, you can put yourself into the lives of the people who survived in this portion of the Rocky Mountains. Along with hardships, trials and sorrow, there is a bit of heaven tucked in to each story. The authors were touched by the same cherished greatness, too. This is not their personal history; centers on the life and acquaintances of Ford DeJournette.
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