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  • (1884–90) History of Nevada, Colorado, and Wyoming (1890) History of the North-West Coast (1884) History of Oregon (1886–88) ([Index:History of Oregon volume
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  • Carl18811939Professor of history at Colorado College (1914-1917); lecturer in Iowa history in the State University of Iowa (1920-1922); professor at the University of California
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  • History of Nevada, Colorado, and Wyoming, 1540–1888 (1890) History of the Pacific states of North America (1890) Atlantis arisen: or, Talks of a tourist
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  • equivalent to Director) of the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History, and is considered to be its founder. Field Notes of Junius Henderson Notebook
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  • 1922 Encyclopædia Britannica Colorado 14950501922 Encyclopædia Britannica — Colorado COLORADO (see 6.717). The pop. of the state in 1920 was 939,629;
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  • Author:Theodore Roosevelt (category Presidents of the U.S.)
    opening of the Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 20 May, 1901. Manhood and Statehood, Address at the quarter-centennial celebration of Colorado statehood
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  • State Museum of Natural History, 1884:207–216, pl. 17 Pre-Carboniferous Strata in the Grand Canon of the Colorado, Arizona. American Journal of Science, 26:437–442
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  • Author:Barack Obama/Weekly addresses (category Weekly addresses of Barack Obama)
    "Presidential Radio Address" became known as the "Presidential Weekly Address" when President Obama began using YouTube as a method of delivering the address.
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  • Professional Paper No. 5 (1902) A dictionary of altitudes in the United States (1906) "Prehistoric Ruins in Southern Colorado," in Popular Science Monthly Volume
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  • three relating to the early history of Colorado. Of such are "Glimpses of Early Days," describing the site and surroundings of Denver in 1856, before there
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  • Popular Science Monthly Volume 3, September 1873 6. "The Great Cemetery in Colorado," in Popular Science Monthly Volume 4, February 1874 7. "About Crabs,"
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  • Francis18571897 "On the Modes of Distribution of Plants," in Popular Science Monthly Volume 17, July 1880 "The Colorado Desert," in Popular Science Monthly
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  • understanding the geologic history of the Colorado Plateau. Deep canyons, mountains, and lonely buttes testify to the power of geological forces and provide
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  • Handbook of Arctic Discoveries (1896) Report on the Climate of Colorado and Utah (1891) Explorers and Travellers (1904) (scan index) True Tales of Arctic
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  • Industries And Resources Of America (1896) Colorado's Golden Glories (1900) Millionaires And Kings Of Enterprise (1901) [1] Summits Of Success (1901) Studies
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  • 1914-. Synopsis of the Flora of Colorado (with Thomas Porter and Ferdinand Vandeveer Hayden), 1874. external link Handbook of plant dissection. With by Joseph
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  • spell out its intention. The legislative history of the Colorado Storage Act indicates that the inclusion of section 3 was necessary to assure its enactment
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  • 1936) With a Set of Rattlesnake Rattles (First published in Leaves #1, Summer 1937) The Beast from the Abyss The Ghost of Camp Colorado (First published
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  • BANCROFT, History of Nevada, Colorado and Wyoming (San Francisco, 1890); Biennial report of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction of Nevada (Carson
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  • of copper or lead sulphides occur at greater depths. Such was indeed the history of Leadville, Colorado ; of Bingham, Utah ; of Ely, Nevada, and of Mount
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