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    • How we cook in Colorado : choice recipes

    • Cookbook created with submissions from the Ladies of First Baptist Church.
    • Cooking, American--Colorado.; First Baptist Church (Denver, Colo.); First Baptist Church (Denver, Colo.)--History.
    • 1907
    • Blackhawk, Colo.

    • Interior view of the Toll Gate Saloon, Black Hawk, Colorado; shows arched entry windows, swinging front doors, stove in front left foreground, wooden floor with stains, and calendar from 1897 on entryway wall. Three men occupy the saloon. One...
    • Blackhawk (Colo.)--1890-1900.; Bars--Colorado--Blackhawk--1890-1890.
    • 1897
    • 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.
    • Cooking, American--Colorado.; First Baptist Church (Denver, Colo.); First Baptist Church (Denver, Colo.)--History.
    • 1892
    • East High spotlight: vol 30 no 10

    • Newspaper produced by East High School of Denver, Colorado. Included in the paper are photographs of students, articles on school events and sports.
    • East High School (Denver, Colo.)--Students--Writings.; East High School (Denver, Colo.)--Periodicals.; High schools--Colorado--Denver--Periodicals.; Public schools--Colorado--Denver.; High schools--Colorado--Denver.; East High School (Denver, Colo.)
    • 1944 March 23
    • The Cosmopolitan Club of Denver, official records.

    • Includes monthly meeting minutes, financial reports, Christmas programs and ritual for initiation procedure.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Denver.; African Americans--Colorado--History--20th Century.
    • January 1934 - May 1940
    • Municipal Facts: Volume 1 Number 2, 1918 April

    • Newsletter produced monthly by the City of Denver highlighting the civic, administrative, and informational aspects of government within the City.
    • Local government--Colorado--Denver.; Cities and towns--Colorado--Denver.
    • 1918 April
    • Manualian: 1910

    • Yearbook for Denver Manual Training High School 1910.
    • Manual High School (Denver, Colo.)--Students--Yearbooks.; Denver Public Schools--Students--Yearbooks.; School yearbooks--Colorado--Denver.; High schools--Colorado--Denver--Periodicals.
    • 1910
    • Park Hill Topics Volume 8 No. 31

    • A weekly newspaper distributed to the residents of the Park Hill neighborhood. This contains articles about neighborhood events, news, and gossip. As well as advertisements for local businesses.
    • Community newspapers--Colorado--Denver.
    • 1940 August 2
    • An Index to Sons of Colorado 1906 -1908: Volume I and II

    • An index to the Sons of Colorado magazine. Index is organized alphabetically and includes the name or subject, the volume, number and page.
    • Society of Colorado Pioneers.; Sons of Colorado (Organization) ; Fraternal organizations--Colorado--Obituaries--Indexes.; Obituaries--Colorado--Indexes.; Patriotic societies--Colorado.
    • undated
    • 1929 Denver Householders' Directory and Street and Avenue Guide v.5

    • The Denver Householder Directory started in 1924 and has been continued by other publishers right up to the present. These are arranged by address, allowing you to find out who was living in the house and/or the owner or the name of a business.
    • Denver (Colo.)--Directories.
    • 1929
    • Ka-ka-kel, Little Crow, a chief of the Mdewakanton Sioux

    • Studio portrait of Ka-ka-kel (Little Crow, Tshen-tan Wa-ku-wa Ma-ni, Hawk That Hunts Walking), Native American man and chief of the Mdewakanton Sioux, wearing a dress with animal pelt around neck, leggings, moccasins, and headband with feathers;...
    • Dakota Indians--1850-1860.; Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Mdewakanton Indians--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; Little Crow, d. 1863.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • Ne-sha-du-si-di-te-n-ku, The Chief Whom They Look Upon, Head Chief Republican Pawnees

    • Studio portrait of Ne-sha-du-si-di-te-n-ku (The Chief Whom They Look Upon), Native American man and Head Chief of the Republican Pawnees, wearing a bear claw necklace, animal fur turban, leggings, moccasins, and a blanket around his waist. He holds...
    • Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Pawnee Indians--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; Whom They Look Upon, Chief.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • Ma-za Ku-te Ma-ni, He That Shoots Metal Walking, an elective Chief of the Wahpeton Sioux

    • Seated studio portrait of Ma-za Ku-te Ma-ni (He That Shoots Metal Walking), an elected Chief of the Native American Wahpeton Sioux, wearing a suit, shoes, and neck scarf with a blanket wrapped around his waist.
    • Dakota Indians--1850-1860.; Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Wahpeton Indians--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; He That Shoots Metal Walking.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • Ti-ra-wat-ka-da-huk, The Conqueror, a chief of the Grand Pawnees

    • Seated studio portrait of Ti-ra-wat-ka-da-huk (The Conqueror), Native American man and chief of the Grand Pawnees, wearing a turban with feathers, bear claw necklace, arm bands, earrings, beaded leggings, moccasins, and a animal fur skin around his...
    • Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Pawnee Indians--1850-1860.; Trial chiefs--1850-1860.; Conqueror, The Pawnee Indian chief.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • Wama non sa, The Chief, a warrior of the Mdewakanton Sioux

    • Seated studio portrait of Wama non s'a, Native American man and warrior of the Mdewakanton Sioux, wearing a feather headdress, suit, leggings and blanket around his waist. He holds a calumet.
    • Dakota Indians--1850-1860.; Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Mdewakanton Indians--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; Wama non s'a.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • 1924 Denver Householders' Directory and Street and Avenue Guide v.1

    • The Denver Householder Directory started in 1924 and has been continued by other publishers right up to the present. These are arranged by address, allowing you to find out who was living in the house and/or the owner or the name of a business.
    • Denver (Colo.)--Directories.
    • 1924
    • Ezh-na-nik-ka-ga-hi, The Lone Chief, a chief of the Poncahs

    • Seated studio portrait of Ezh-na-nik-ka-ga-hi (The Lone Chief), Native American man and chief of the Poncahs, wearing a jacket, neck scarf, moccasins, and a blanket wrapped around his waist.
    • Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Ponca Indians--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; Lone Chief, Ponca Chief.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • Winnebago Chief

    • Seated studio portrait of a Native American man and Winnebago chief wearing a turban with roach and feathers, striped shirt, earrings and wrapped in a blanket. He holds a war club.
    • Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Winnebago Indians--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • He-hu-te-dan, Little Short Horn, a warrior of the Sisiton Sioux

    • Seated studio portrait of He-hu-te-dan (Little Short Horn), Native American man and warrior of the Sisiton Sioux, wearing a headband with a feather, jacket, leggings, moccasins, and wrapped in a blanket. He holds a walking stick.
    • Sisseton Band of Sioux Indians--People--1850-1860.; Dakota Indians--1850-1860.; Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Warriors--1850-1860.; Little Short Horn.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • Ne-sha-su-ru-re-ra-hi-kuts, a chief of the Republican Pawnees

    • Seated studio portrait of Ne-sha-su-ru-re-ra-hi-kuts, Native American man and chief of the Republican Pawnees, wearing an animal fur turban with feathers, bear claw necklace, arm bands, earrings, blanket around his waist, and moccasins; he holds a...
    • Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Pawnee Indians--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; Ne-sha-su-ru-re-ra-hi-kuts.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • Wa-kin-yan Ta-wa, His Own Thunder, a warrior of the Mdewakanton Sioux

    • Seated studio portrait of Wa-kin-yan Ta-wa (His Own Thunder), Native American man and warrior of the Mdewakanton Sioux, wearing an animal fur headband with feathers, shirt and jacket, fur leg bands, moccasins, and a blanket around his waist. He...
    • Dakota Indians--1850-1860.; Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Mdewakanton Indians--1850-1860.; Warriors--1850-1860.; His Own Thunder.
    • [1858 or 1859]

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