The Denver, Colorado Blizard of 1982. Congratulations, Chris Agee, to the promotion to head of CU Denver History Department!
Here is a paper I wrote for Chris Agee’s History Class in 2010. It is timely, as we are in another mayoral run off election. I recieved an Email from … Continue reading
I did this presentation at the Aurora History Museum for the Stanley Market Place docents. They will be starting tours soon. Crafting and a historic tour … Continue reading
Pioneer Monument, Subscriber # 37 Phillip Zang The last individual name on the Pioneer Monument is Phillip Zang (1826-1899). Zang was born in Bavaria Germany. He came to the United … Continue reading
Here is a presentation I did 3/2/2019 for the Capitol Hill Walking Tour Docents People of Capitol Hill, Denver-Master Copy
This is a one hour lecture I did for Historic Denver New Docent Class, 1-26-2019 The purpose to post this is so the names and dates are available. history … Continue reading
Thomas F. Walsh, 36th name on the Pioneer Monument list of subscribers. Thomas Francis Walsh was a prospector that struck it rich. Walsh came from Ireland to the United States … Continue reading
Henry Roger Wolcott, Pioneer Monument Subscriber #35 Henry R. Wolcott is another Colorado transplant that made it big in the new territory. Wolcott was born in 1846. He arrived in … Continue reading
Colorado Pioneer Monument, Subscriber # 34 Joseph Addison Thatcher Joseph A. Thatcher was one of thirty-three millionaires that lived in Colorado in 1892. He was born in Shelby County, Kentucky … Continue reading
Colorado Pioneer Monument, Subscriber #33, Dennis Sullivan Dennis Sullivan was a Denver businessman that had many interests. Arriving in Denver near penniless he invested in mining, utilities and commodities. Sullivan … Continue reading
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Thanks you Bob Lane for letting me reproduce this on my blog.