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    • Central City fire dept.

    • Members of the Central City Fire Department, who include an African American, stand in a large semicircle in the middle of Main Street in Central City, Colorado. They wear rolled up shorts over their long underwear and their arms are folded across...
    • African Americans--1890-1900.; Central City (Colo.)--1890-1900.; Commercial streets.; Fire fighters.
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    • Letter from G.L. Prince to the Lincoln Hills Company

    • G.L Prince, the Pastor of Zion Baptist Church writes to the Lincoln Hills Company to endorse the Lincoln Hills community and describes the unique advantages that the area has for African Americans.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 1926 March 17
    • The Denver Star

    • Weekly newspaper about the African American community in Denver, Colorado.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Newspapers.; African Americans--Colorado--Denver--History.
    • circa 1913
    • Marker by train in park at Alamosa, Colo.

    • Close-up of a bronze monument marker, set in concrete, in a park in Alamosa, Colorado. An iron fence surrounds the monument and a train's cow-cathcher is in a corner of the background.
    • Alamosa (Colo.)--1950-1960.; Monuments & memorials--Colorado--Alamosa--1950-1960.; Railroads--Colorado--1950-1960.
    • [between 1950 and 1960]
    • Laramie Peak and La Bonte Creek, Wyo.

    • A wagon train moves toward a steep valley on the Oregon Trail in Albany County, Wyoming. La Bonte Creek is in the valley and Laramie Peak is in the distance.
    • Albany County (Wyo.)--1850-1870.; La Bonte Creek (Wyo.)--1850-1870.; Laramie Peak (Wyo.)--1850-1870.; Oregon National Historic Trail--1850-1870.; Streams--Wyoming--Albany County--1850-1870.; Valleys--Wyoming--Albany County--1850-1870.; Wagon...
    • [between 1932 and 1938?]
    • "Dick" Wilson- controversial council pres

    • Dick Wilson, a Native American (Oglala Sioux) man, president of the Oglala Sioux Tribal Council, and a white man stand near a marble monument during the 1973 AIM occupation of Wounded Knee, South Dakota. Dick Wilson wears a beaded necklace with a...
    • American Indian Movement--1970-1980.; Dakota Indians--South Dakota--Wounded Knee--1970-1980.; Indians of North America--South Dakota--Wounded Knee--1970-1980.; Oglala Indians--South Dakota--Wounded Knee--1970-1980.; Wilson, Dick, Dakota Indian.
    • [1973]
    • Oak Ames Monument U.P.R.R.

    • View of the Ames Monument on the Union Pacific Railroad near Sherman, Wyoming. The granite brick pyramid has a bas relief of Oakes Ames near the top.
    • Ames, Oakes, 1804-1873--Monuments.; Ames, Oliver, 1807-1877--Monuments.; Union Pacific Railroad Company--1880-1900.; Sherman (Wyo.)--1880-1900.; Monuments & memorials--Wyoming--Sherman--1880-1900.
    • [between 1882 and 1900?]
    • Oakes Ames Monument

    • View of Ames Monument on the Union Pacific Railroad near Sherman, Wyoming. The granite brick pyramid has a bas-relief of Oakes Ames near the top. Words engraved on the monument read: "In Memory of Oakes Ames and Oliver Ames."
    • Ames, Oakes, 1804-1873--Monuments.; Ames, Oliver, 1807-1877--Monuments.; Union Pacific Railroad Company--1890-1920.; Ames Monument (Wyo.)--1890-1920.; Sherman (Wyo.)--1890-1920.; Monuments & memorials--Wyoming--Sherman--1890-1920.
    • [between 1890 and 1920?]
    • Ames Monument at Sherman, U.P. Ry.

    • View of the Ames Monument on the Union Pacific Railway near Sherman, Wyoming. The granite brick pyramid has a bas relief of Oakes Ames near the top.
    • Ames, Oakes, 1804-1873--Monuments.; Ames, Oliver, 1807-1877--Monuments.; Union Pacific Railway Company--1880-1900.; Sherman (Wyo.)--1880-1900.; Monuments & memorials--Wyoming--Sherman--1880-1900.
    • [between 1882 and 1900?]
    • The Ames Monument near Sherman, U.P.R.Y.

    • View of the Ames Monument on the Union Pacific Railway near Sherman (Albany County), Wyoming. The granite brick pyramid has a bas relief of Oakes Ames near the top. A man stands next to the base of the monument. The monument plaque reads: "Born...
    • Ames, Oakes, 1804-1873--Monuments.; Sherman (Wyo.)--1880-1900.; Monuments & memorials--Wyoming--Sherman--1880-1900.
    • [between 1882 and 1900?]
    • Monument at Arapahoe Bar, 2 miles west of Golden, Colorado

    • Charles L. Palmer, one of the first white people born in Jefferson County, Colorado, and the Sioux, Chief Big Snake pose at the dedication of a Arapahoe City marker. Chief Big Snake dressed in full regalia with a feather headdress and finged...
    • Arapahoe City (Colo.)--1940-1950.; Monuments & memorials--Colorado--Arapahoe City--1940-1950.; Plaques--Colorado--Arapahoe City--1940-1950.
    • [1946]
    • Monument dedicated April 28, 1946

    • Detail of a bronze plaque set into river cobbles and concrete reads: "This tablet is the property of the state of Colorado. In this immediate area once stood Arapahoe City, a pioneer placer mining camp, the earliest town in Jefferson County. Named...
    • Arapahoe City (Colo.)--1940-1950.; Monuments & memorials--Colorado--Arapahoe City--1940-1950.; Plaques--Colorado--Arapahoe City--1940-1950.
    • [1946 April 28]

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