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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Use for: Annals

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Charles Cambridge for Colorado Reflections, 1985, 2006 January 16

Identifier: couda-cambridge
Abstract Charles Cambridge, a Navajo Indian, gives a history of Indian tribes in North America, describing the cultural and racial differences of each tribe, and touches on the tactics of warfare. This tape aired on Denver radio station KOA ai part of the "Colorado Reflections" radio program on April 18, 1985
Dates: 1985; Digitization: 2006 January 16

Dennis Gallagher for Colorado Reflections, about 1985, 2006 January 16

Identifier: couda-gallagher
Abstract Colorado legislator Dennis Gallagher discusses the social, religious, and political environment in Denver during the 1940s to 1950s, including the impact of the Ku Klux Klan on his family. He also talks about Walker's Castle owned by John Brisbane Walker who developed northwest Denver.
Dates: about 1985; Digitization: 2006 January 16

Robert Graham for Colorado Reflections, about 1985, 2006 January 16

Identifier: couda-graham
Abstract Robert Graham remembers early Glenwood Springs and the resort town's hot springs, as well as the dust bowl at Canon City. He talks about the development of the University of Colorado at Denver based on his long years of service to the campus.
Dates: about 1985; Digitization: 2006 January 16

Thomas J. Noel for Colorado Reflections

Identifier: couda-noel_thomas
Abstract Thomas Jacob Noel, better known as Tom Noel, was a professor of History at the University of Colorado Denver. Noel discusses several important people in Colorado's history, particularly influential people in Denver. Noel discusses William Newton Byers, who was the founder of the Rocky Mountain News and the rivalry between Rocky Mountain News and the Denver Post. Next, Noel discusses the role General William H. Larimer, Jr. played in naming Denver and how Governor John Evans founded Denver...
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