3 edition of Place names of Colorado found in the catalog.
Place names of Colorado
Donald R. Elliott
Includes bibliographical references (p. vi-vii).
|Statement||compiled by Donald R. Elliott ; edited by Doris L. (Salmen) Elliott.|
|Contributions||Elliott, Doris L. Salmen.|
|LC Classifications||F774 .E45 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 434 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||434|
|LC Control Number||99074711|
Colorado’s mix of attractions is as diverse as its terrain of mountains, prairies, and red rock formations. Whether it’s the call of the majestic Rocky Mountains, historic monuments, or one of several cultural establishments, Colorado will have something to offer any traveler’s interests. Here’s a guide to 20 must-visit attractions throughout the Centennial State. RELATED: More About Ouray! 2. Colorado Springs, Colorado. What Detroit is to the car industry, Colorado Springs is to the mattress industry. While many people assume that the second largest city in the state derived its name from nearby hot springs, it actually pays homage to the many mattress spring manufacturers that helped to build this city during its early : Spencer Mckee.
This is an incomplete list of ghost towns in Colorado, a state of the United do has over 1, ghost towns. Currently only about remain. Due to incomplete records and legends that are now accepted as fact, no list will ever be complete. Colorado’s 10 Most Picturesque Mountain Towns. By: K.C. Dermody A visit to Colorado wouldn’t be complete without experiencing at least one of its mountain towns, and if you’re looking for charm and beauty along with impressive surrounding scenery, these are our top picks.
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The Denver Public Library - Colorado Place Names Preface This is hardly a Colorado history book. It is, rather, a directory of places in Colorado, past and present — all kinds of places.
In fact, it is the most complete such guide to be found in a single reference. No previously published directory comes close to its extent or depth of coverage. Product details Paperback: pages Publisher: Bower House; Third edition (March 1, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: ounces Customer Reviews: out of /5(4).
"A captivating look at Colorado's place names written by one of the state's premier historians. This book will settle arguments and start lively discussions--and be fun to read all the while."--Duane A.
Smith, author of Rocky Mountain West: Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana, Cited by: 5. This extensive list of novels help us understand Colorado as a place and as an idea. James Michener, “Centennial: A Novel” () is a magisterial account of early settlers on the South Platte.
It 2. “Butcher’s Crossing” () was written by a longtime University of Denver professor of. “A captivating look at Colorado’s place names written by one of the state's premier historians. This book will settle arguments and start lively discussions—and be fun to read all the while.” —Duane A.
Smith, author of Rocky Mountain West: Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana, – The origins of Colorado place names offer insightful glimpses into the state's formative years. Emanuel Saltiel named his new community along the Arkansas River Cotopaxi, after a volcano in Ecuador.
Rifle Creek and the town of Rifle earned their names thanks to a rifle left behind along the banks of the : TheHistoryPress. Animas County Archuleta County Boulder County camp Canyon Chaffee County city on U.S. Clear Creek County Colorado place names Conejos County Continental Divide Costilla County County est county seat Denver and Rio Eagle County Fremont County Garfield County Gunnison County Hinsdale County honor Huerfano County Jackson County Jefferson County.
These pages provide a directory to Colorado place names and show the county in which that place exists or existed. We have attempted to include every settlement, trading post, military post, mining camp, ghost town, stage station, railroad stop, post office, rural community, town and city from the earliest known into the present.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Rev. and enl. of: Colorado place names / Geo. Eichler. Description: xii, pages: map. Some of our favorites: Maxine Benson's Colorado Place Names and Annotations and Bibliography for Colorado Place Names () are fun, Donald Elliott's Place Names of Colorado () is an invaluable resource for tracking down locations that no longer Phil Goodstein's Denver Streets.
History of individual Colorado place names (Submitted by Tammy Clark) MORE COMING SOON!. A - B C - E F - K L - P Q - S T - Z. PLACE NAMES in COLORADO. Why communities. Were so named. of Spanish or Indian origin. by J. Frank Dawson.
Printed and published by. GOLDEN BELL PRESS. Denver, Colorado. Preface. This is a list of recent non-fiction titles about all aspects of Colorado, compiled by the Center for Colorado Studies at Denver Public Library and updated several times per year.
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The most comprehensive authority on placenames of American Indian origin American Indian words define the North American landscape. This volume combines historical research and linguistic fieldwork with Native speakers from across the United States to present the first comprehensive, up-to-date scholarly dictionary of American placenames derived from Native languages.5/5(2).
Walking into Colorado’s Past by Ben Fogelberg and Steve Grinstead. Few things are better than a hike through a Colorado landscape, and one of them is a hike that also take you through time.
This book features 50 walks to historic places for all ages, like former mines, old homesteads, art-filled canyons. Origins of Place Names Virtually all of the place names decided on up to around the 14th Century were due to the environment of the area.
For example, Doncaster would probably have originated as a Roman fort on a hill, from the Roman ' Caster ' and Celtic ' Don '.
Get this from a library! Place names of Colorado: a genealogical & historical guide to Colorado sites. [Donald R Elliott; Doris L Salmen Elliott].You can look for resources in the following ways: Name of person, place or subject; ID Number from the books (Latinos of Boulder County, Colorado, ), such as BCLHP-LHS; Type of Information, such as photos, newspaper, or videos.Whether you come from the California coastline or the snowy forests of Maine, reading a book set in your home state can make you feel a warm nostalgia for that beloved place.