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    • 300 choice recipes

    • Cookbook created by the Ladies of the First Baptist Church in Denver, Colorado. Included in the cookbook are various recipes and household tips provided by the ladies.
    • First Baptist Church (Denver, Colo.)
    • 1892
    • '"Say, Men!" Cried Hal in a clear, calm voice'

    • Men point rifles at a Mexican man beside a card table. One man holds a bowie knife; another man restrains the Mexican man by the hair. A crowd of men holds torches and stands nearby.
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    • A hunter's "shack" in the Rocky Mountains

    • Hunters are beside a creek outside a vertical-log wall cabin with a sod roof. One man uses a knife to probably gut a deer on the ground. A second hunter wears a wide-brimmed hat, holds a rifle, and rides a horse. Dead deer hang from a wooden post....
    • Graham, Charles, 1852-1911.
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    • A picnic party at timberline on Monarch Pass

    • Women, girls, boys and men eat by gnarled pine trees on Monarch Pass in the Cochetopa Forest Reserve (later the Gunnison National Forest), Gunnison or Chaffee County, Colorado. A man holds a chunk of bread on his pocket knife; a dog is nearby.
    • Hutchinson, W. I.
    • [between 1900 and 1905?]
    • A Sioux brave

    • Indoor portrait of an unidentified Native American Dakota Santee Sioux sitting cross legged with a ceremonial pipe, club, knife in a sheath and rifle. He wears a headband, checked jacket, leggings and moccasins.
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    • 1871?
    • Amos Wooden Knife - warrior in Custer Battle

    • Amos Wooden Knife, an elderly Native American Sioux who fought in the Little Bighorn, sits outside a log cabin in South Dakota, wearing overalls and holding a cane.
    • Masters, Joseph G., 1873-
    • [1936]
    • Amos Wooden Knife, warrior in Custer Battle

    • Amos Wooden Knife, an elderly Native American Sioux man who fought in the Little Bighorn, sits outside at a table, next to evergreen trees, in South Dakota. He holds a cane and wears overalls and has large pierced lobe holes.
    • Masters, Joseph G., 1873-
    • 1936
    • Amos Wooden Knife, warrior in Custer Battle

    • Amos Wooden Knife, an elderly Native American Sioux man, who fought in the Little Bighorn sits outside at a table next to evergreen trees in South Dakota. He holds a cane and wears overalls; he has large pierced earlobe holes.
    • Masters, Joseph G., 1873-
    • 1936
    • Auraria Remembered

    • Oral history of former residents of the Westside neighborhood that were displaced by the building of the Auraria Higher Education Center in the 1970s.
    • Source unknown
    • 1991
    • Bag

    • Shows an oval buckskin bag made by Native American Sioux, Lucy Knife, from Pine Ridge, South Dakota. The bag features decorative multicolor and white beadwork, a flap, tin jingler, a chicken feather dyed red and a thong with green quillwork. The...
    • Knife, Lucy.
    • [between 1880 and 1910]
    • Belt

    • Shows a loom woven belt with muti-colored beads and geometric designs. The belt was made by Native American Sioux, Lucy Knife, in Pine Ridge, South Dakota.
    • Knife, Lucy.
    • [between 1900 and 1930]
    • Big Bow Kiowa Chief

    • Studio portrait (standing and sitting) of Big Bow (Zipkiyah, Zipkoheta, Zepko-eete), Satanwan, and Parose, Native American (Kiowa) men. The men pose near a buffalo head. One man wears fringed leggings and shirt, a leather belt, a sheathed knife,...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Big Bow Kiowa Chief

    • Studio portrait (sitting and standing) of Big Bow, Satanwu, Porose, and another Native American (Kiowa) man. One man wears fringed leggings and shirt, and a metal bandolier. Another man wears a sheathed knife and a hair pipe breastplate.
    • Wittick, Ben, 1845-1903.
    • [between 1880 and 1903]
    • Buffalo Bill with group

    • William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody stands in the left center of a group of Native American chiefs. The group includes, from left, Brave Chief, Eagle Chief, Knife Chief, Young Chief, Buffalo Bill, American Horse, Rocky Bear, Flys Above and Long...
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    • [between 1885 and 1900?]
    • Buffalo Bill's Wild West

    • Sioux Chief American Horse poses with a woman and child in front of a teepee in a camp for Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show while touring at Erastina in Staten Island, New York. American Horse wears a feather headdress and a breastplate, possibly made...
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    • [1886?]
    • Capitol Hill Review

    • Collection of artwork, short stories, poems, plays and reviews.
    • Capitol Hill Review
    • 1971 March 15
    • Charles S. Stobie

    • Studio portrait of Charles S. Stobie, Indian scout and western artist. He kneels in front of a painted backdrop and artificial rock. He holds a rifle and looks at the camera. He wears a brimmed hat, a shirt, bandanna, and striped pants. He has a...
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    • [1869?]
    • Charles S. Stobie

    • Studio portrait of Charles S. Stobie, Indian scout and western artist. He kneels in front of a painted backdrop and artificial rock. He holds and aims a rifle. He wears a brimmed hat, a shirt, bandanna, and striped pants. He has a cartridge belt...
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    • [1869?]
    • Charles S. Stobie

    • Studio portrait of Charles S. Stobie, Indian scout and western artist. He stands in front of a painted backdrop and artificial rock. He holds a rifle by its barrel, and wears a shirt with a buttoned bib, a bandanna, striped pants and leather...
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    • [1869?]
    • Charles S. Stobie

    • Studio portrait of Charles S. Stobie, Indian scout and western artist. He stands in front of a painted backdrop of trees and rocks with his arms folded. He has a beard with a large waxed mustache. He wears a large brimmed cowboy hat, a fringed...
    • Rinehart, A. E. (Alfred Evans)
    • [between 1872 and 1875?]
    • Cheesman Park Hill History

    • Article based on a TV talk given be Louisa Arps on Channel 6 in Feb 1956. Article discusses the history of Cheesman Park Hill from Denver's first settlers to the twentieth century.
    • Arps, Louisa Ward, 1901-
    • 1959
    • Chiefs of the Pawnee and Sioux Nations

    • Four Pawnee chiefs (on the left) and four Sioux chiefs (on the right), pose for a group portrait while touring with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Included are, from the left, Eagle Chief, Knife Chief, Brave Chief, Young Chief, American Horse,...
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    • [between 1885 and 1900?]
    • Chippin, Utah

    • A studio portrait (standing) of Chippin (Always Riding), a Native American (Ute) warrior. He wears a bead and naja ornament woven into his shoulder length hair. He has several large metal hoop earrings and a multi-strand hair pipe (bone) choker...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1869 and 1874.]
    • Coal miners cooking

    • UMWA coal miners on strike against CF&I pose in a tent near the Mt. San Raphael Hospital in Trinidad (Las Animas County), Colorado. The men wear aprons and stand by an ornate cast iron stove. One holds a knife and sharpening rod; the other checks a...
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    • 1913 or 1914
    • Colorado Penitentiary escapes

    • Tools used in a prison break from the State Penitentiary in Canon City, Colorado, include hacksaw blades, drill brace and bits, pliers, a screwdriver, putty knife, batteries, string, wire, and tape. In a Fedora, tweed jacket and tie, associate...
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    • 1962
    • Colorado World War I Selective Service Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

    • The Colorado registration cards are on 40 rolls of microfilm (v.1 through v.40), Denver Public Library catalog number G973.91, W893co. The draft registration cards are arranged alphabetically by county or city. Within the county or city, names are...
    • Sherard, Gerald E. (Gerald Emerson), 1947-;
    • 2005
    • Coopers

    • View of a group of barrel makers (coopers). Men and boys pose with barrels and tools. Shows barrels in various stages of construction, staves, adzes, possibly a draw knife, and a cooper's driver.
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    • [between 1900 and 1910?]
    • Copy of tintype of Addison Spangler

    • Copy photographic print of tintype portrait of Addison Spangler; he wears boots, a hat, a knife in a sheath, and a pistol in a holster.
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    • [between 1860 and 1880?]
    • Daniels & Fisher kitchen

    • Interior view of a Daniels and Fisher store kitchen, in Denver, Colorado; shows a woman with a knife. Loaves of bread are under a table; ice boxes are in the background.
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    • 1903 January
    • Deadly peril of a huntsman in the Rockies

    • A bear attacks a hunter in a narrow canyon in the Rocky Mountains. The man has fallen to the ground; his shirt is torn at the shoulder and his bowie knife is out of reach on the ground. A second hunter on horseback holds a pistol, and approaches...
    • Gleason, J. Duncan (Joe Duncan), 1881-1959.
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