Research Tools A-Z
Railway employee records for Colorado, Volume III. Listed is the employee’s name, occupation, birth date, birthplace, railroad, and archive box number containing the employee record, file number, and remarks. These records are housed at the Colorado Railroad Museum Library.
List of some 1400 names of pioneers who arrived in Colorado prior to February 26, 1861. Names organized alphabetically and include short biograhpies.
Members of the Grand Army of the Republic from Colorado who were buried in the G.A.R. burial ground at Riverside Cemetery. Includes those buried and later removed from Calvary [Catholic], Hebrew, and Old City [Mount Prospect] cemeteries, in Denver.
Index to over 5240 burial records in Riverside cemetery.
The index includes date of burial, name of deceased, age, location of burial and some additional information.
The Robinson Atlas will help you to date the construction of a building and give you a picture of neighborhood development. These maps also show the legal description of your building, which is necessary for locating many historic building records.
The Rocky Mountain News Digital Collections contains 300,000+ born digital photographs published from the 1990s to 2009. These include images of the Broncos, Colorado Rockies and other profession sports teams; events such as the visit to Denver by Pope John Paul II; the Oklahoma City trial; as well as the Rocky’s Pulitzer Prize photos.
Index to registers of burial by Rogers and Nash Mortuary.