Colorado -- History
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Account book of a store in Colorado
Handwritten record of financial transactions of a store probably somewhere in central Colorado. Some of the entries deal with persons living in Clear Creek County, Colorado.
Citadel on the Santa Fe Trail : the sage of Bent's Fort
Typewritten book drafts with handwritten corrections. The items are early drafts of the "Bent's Fort" work and the "Military Posts of Wyoming" work. The materials were submitted to the Old Army Press for publication.
Clarke letter to J. M. Curtis
Handwritten letter, signed by surname only, and addressed to J. M. Curtis, Indian Interpreter, Denver. It reports on a skirmish in 1873 between eighteen Ute Indians and a group of Arapaho and Cheyenne Indians at Deer Trail, Colorado.
David C. Collier autobiography and letters
Typewritten autobiograpy and typewritten letters sent by Collier. The autobiography includes information on the early history of Colorado, its mining industry, and an account of Collier's activities as a public official and as a newspaper editor. Also included are a series of Collier's letters for publication in the Central City Miner's register written from 1863 to 1873.
David C. Collier letters and an autobiography
Typewritten copies of letters written between 1864 and 1868. The volume is entitled: "Letters Sent During Mountain & Colorado Trips." Also included is a typewritten autobiography entitled: "The Man of the Mountains: The Life of David C. Collier." The author is listed as "An Old-Timer" who is believed to be Collier himself.
Henry A. Boller diaries and papers
Handwritten letters and diaries by Boller and his wife, Mary. The diaries discuss personal affairs. The letters deal with both personal and professional issues and document the literary career of Mary Boller.
LeRoy R. and Ann W. Hafen papers
Contains notes, articles, correspondence, speeches, histories, essays, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, and programs. Also included are drafts of Ann Hafen's articles. The materials relate to LeRoy Hafen's career as a historian in Colorado and his publications and research on various aspects of Colorado history.
Frank Hall letters
George P. Hammond papers
Primary source materials relating to the New Southwest part of the United States including the states of Arizona, California, Colorado, Louisiana, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah. Also included are materials on Mexico. The materials are in English and Spanish, and many relate to the settlement of the area by people of European descent and to the Indians.
Harriet P. Goodell Howard letters
Handwritten letters from Harriet P. Goodell Howard and other members of the Goodell family including M.W. Goodell. The letters discuss Goodell family matters and give insights into life in the mining camps.