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Main Title Colorado experience. Colorado's premier history series / Season 1 :
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Convery, William Joseph,
Noel, Thomas J.
Rucker, Kevin E.,
Speer, Julie,
Sanford, Donna,
Rodriguez-McGill, Mariel,
Betts, Donnie I.,
Publisher Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network, Inc.,
Year Published 2013
OCLC Number 881184055
Subjects Colorado--History ; Pioneers--Colorado--History ; Frontier and pioneer life--Colorado ; African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills ; Resorts--Colorado--Lincoln Hills ; Lincoln Hills (Colo) ; African American women physicians--Colorado--Denver ; Keota (Colo)--History ; Land settlement--Colorado--History ; Mines and mineral resources--Colorado--History ; Colorado Springs (Colo)--History ; Cripple Creek (Colo)--History ; Pueblo (Colo)--History ; Industries--Colorado--Pueblo ; Coal Strike, Colo, 1913-1914 ; Massacres--Colorado--Ludlow--History--20th century ; Businessmen--Colorado--Denver ; Businessmen--Colorado--History ; Constitutional amendments--Colorado ; Women air pilots--United States--History ; Philanthropists--Colorado--History ; Philanthropists--Colorado--Biography ; Charities--Colorado--History ; Bent's Fort (Colo)--History ; Ute Indians--History
Additional Subjects Lincoln Hills Company (Colo) ; Ford, Justina,--1871-1952 ; Penrose, Spencer,--1865- ; Penrose, Julie ; Boettcher, Charles,--1852-1948 ; Boettcher, Claude K,--1875-1957 ; Colorado--Constitution ; Women Airforce Service Pilots (US) ; Bent, William,--1809-1869 ; Bent, Charles,--1799-1847
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EJAM  F776.C643 2013 Disk 1 Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA 01/11/2016
Collation 5 videodisks (approximately 450 min.) : sound, color, with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents Notes
Disk 1. Lincoln Hills -- Justina Ford, M.D. -- Keota -- Spencer & Julia Penrose. -- disk 2. Amache -- Amache Extended Version -- disk 3. Pueblo Border Wars -- The Ludlow Massacre -- The Boettchers -- disk 4. Colorado Constitution -- Flygirl -- Colorado Philanthropy -- disk 5. Bent's Fort -- The Original Coloradans. Celebrate the past with 13 stories of the fascinating people, places and events from Colorado history. Lincoln Hills, during the time of racial segregation the only all African-American resort west of the Mississippi River, provided a shelter from the storm. Justina Ford, M.D., born with two strikes against her, Dr. Ford overcome barriers of race and gender to become the first African-American woman to practice medicine in Colorado. Keota, the boom and bust of a homesteading community of Colorado's eastern plains. Spencer & Julie Penrose, from exotic animals to opposing prohibition, nothing was too extraordinary for the entrepreneur dubbed a master "promoter" and his sophisticated wife. Amache, during World War II, over 7500 Japanese-Americans found themselves interned in the Granada War Relocation Center. (Original and Extended 60-minute version) Pueblo Border Wars, Colorado's once industrial capital has long been the battleground for competing countries and interests. The Ludlow Massacre, examine the bloody history of Colorado coal miners' struggle for workers' rights. The Boettchers, discover the rags-to-riches story of one of Colorado's most pioneering families, both in business and philanthropy. Colorado Constitution, Colorado's top lawyers and historians unravel the unintended consequences of the state's constitution. Flygirl, flying on an AT-6 trainer plane in World War II was only the beginning of Grand Junction resident Annabelle Craft Moss's inspirational life. Colorado Philanthropy, from the beginning of its settlement, Colorado has demonstrated a legacy of giving and philanthropy. Bent's Fort, during the height of the Fur Trade, Bent's Fort was a great western hub of commercial and cultural exchange. The Original Coloradans, discover The Ute Nation, the original residents of Colorado and their lasting impact on the state.