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Denver :: CO :: USA | 8 days ago

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Almost $111 million from casino funds were used for the History Colorado Center. (Andy Cross, The Denver Post) Millions of dollars in casino taxes that fund historic preservation projects across Colorado have been rerouted to costly projects in

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Denver :: CO :: USA | 3 months ago

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Font Resize arts and entertainment Family fun: Dia del Nino unites kids, area museums The Denver Post Posted:   04/25/2014 12:01:00 AM MDT Updated:   04/25/2014 04:19:55 AM MDT sunday. Denver's Mexican Cultural Center will celebrate all things kid-

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Albuquerque :: NM :: USA | 8 months ago

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More than 200 artifacts pottery and baskets, textiles, sandals, ceremonial objects, farm tools, axes help re- create the daily lives of indigenous people who lived in the large cliff dwellings in southwest Colorado. "Living West" explores the

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Oklahoma City :: OK :: USA | 11 months ago

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Chivington swept into a sleeping Indian village along Sand Creek in southeastern Colorado on Nov. 29, 1864. Troops killed more than 160 Cheyenne and Arapaho, most of them women, children and the elderly. Officials at the time insisted the attack was

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London :: United Kingdom | over 1 year ago

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Font Resize Historic preservationists gathered Monday to document an 1897 homestead in the Cory-Merrill neighborhood before it is demolished later this week. As snow fell, Brian Thomson, president of The Ethan James Foundation, photographed the site

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Sanford :: FL :: USA | over 1 year ago

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Forest Service says a wind-driven wildfire burning on an estimated 925 acres in southern Colorado is about 50 percent contained. The Stockade Fire was reported Sunday afternoon south of Alamosa. Forest Service spokesman Mike Blakeman says that at one

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Santa Fé :: Argentina | over 1 year ago

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Durango Herald file photo Many Native American cultural items discovered during excavations such as this one, performed in 2005 in the Ridges Basin area, fall under the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act. The act mandates certain

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Denver :: CO :: USA | over 1 year ago

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The History Colorado Center officially opened in February, but it's still filling its considerable 195,416 square feet with new attractions. Up just in time for that post-Thanksgiving free time: "Denver A to Z," which explores "the heart, the art,

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Vail :: CO :: USA | over 1 year ago

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Colorado History isn't always something you have to go searching for...The Eagle County Historical Society will demonstrate its History Take-Out' program at the annual meeting slated Nov. 29 at the Eagle Public Library. This is the hands-on program

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Platteville :: WI :: USA | 2 years ago

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Colo. (AP) American Indians in the vicinity of the Old Fort St. Vrain, west of present-day Platteville, dubbed the Fourth of July celebration there in 1843 the "Big Medicine Day" for the way fort employees and their white guests whooped it up. "These

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