Very well made. Love the pictures and the history behind it! - Amazon Books


The book is well curated, the photos are awesome and they fit very well with the history's timeline! -Barnes & Noble

This short photo book by Photographer and Essayist Jesse Camacho shows what remains of Monte Ne. Monte Ne was a planned community and resort built in 1901 by William H. Harvey, a prominent politician known for his support of the silver standard. The 320-acre resort near Rogers, Arkansas eventually included three hotels, a bank, a golf course, an enclosed swimming pool, a five-mile connecting railroad, and the two tallest log buildings in the world. Most of the resort was enveloped by Beaver Lake after Beaver Dam was built in 1964.

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