Two miles to the south is another place now called Tererro consisting of a couple of dwellings, a general store, a riding stable, and a post office. Huey and Sherry Ley own the general store and the stable and Sherry is the postmistress. They can relate some of the history of the mine they have gleaned over the years, but they know only a trace of the mine and the town's existence. This book chronicles the history of both the mine and the town that has never before been put to paper in any but a very minimum of detail, and even then, often times, inaccurately. This book fills that void in extremely accurate detail.