Western History & Genealogy Blog

Coyote: From Western Resident to All-American Species
Charles L. Cadieux. Coyotes: Predators & Survivors. Harrisburg, PA: Stonewall Press Inc., 1983. Front Cover
Learn an Endangered (or Extinct) Language in Western History and Genealogy
Tomkins, William. Universal Indian Sign Language of the Plains Indians of North America. San Diego: William Tomkins, 1929.
Antonin Artaud – Avant-Garde French Artist or Western Adventurer
Antonin Artaud. The Peyote Dance. New York: Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 1976. Front Cover
New Castle, Colorado: A Coal Town That Survives Despite Disaster
Main Street in New Castle, Colorado. Circa 1890-1900.
American Indian Newspapers in Western History and Genealogy
Southern Ute Drum. February 20, 2013. Ignacio, CO: Southern Ute Indian Tribe. Front page.
We Got Power! A New Book From An Old Zine On Hardcore Punk
Back cover. We Got Power! Hardcore Punk Scenes From 1980's Southern California. Markey, David and Schwartz, Jordan.
Jack Dempsey: Colorado's Heavyweight Boxing Champion
Jack Dempsey and Estelle Taylor at Denver's Union Station
Wo/Men at Work: Exploring Hard Work's Reward
Women at Work. Salt Lake City: Red Butte Press, 2012. Cover
Barbara Coopersmith and Civil Rights in Denver: Exhibit January 15 – March 31 2013
1982 MLK Birthdate Anniversary March, 3 years prior to official parade. Marchers on E. Colfax Avenue, headed for Capitol. Denver
The Land of Lost Souls: Otto Kuhler's Paintings on Permanent Display
The Graves of Aguilar. Otto Kuhler. 1 painting: oil on canvas; 17 x 23 in. 1963
With the restored Graves of Aguilar