Western History & Genealogy Blog

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
Milk and Honey: Contemporary Art in California
Milk and Honey: Contemporary Art in California by Justin Van Hoy. Pasadena, CA: Ammo Books. 2012. Front Cover.