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A. General & Miscellaneous........................................................................................................................2 B. Barbed Wire, Cans & Other Metal ........................................................................................................9 C. Beads.........................................................................................................................................................10 D. Bottles and Other Glass ........................................................................................................................10 E. Buttons .....................................................................................................................................................13 F. Ceramics, Pottery, Bricks, Etc...............................................................................................................14 G. Firearms, Cartridges and Knives..........................................................................................................15 H. Leather .....................................................................................................................................................17 I. Log Cabins and Nails...............................................................................................................................17 J. Military Equipment ..................................................................................................................................17 K. Historical Bibliography ..........................................................................................................................18 L. Glossary ....................................................................................................................................................43

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GENERAL & MISCELLANEOUS
Abbott, Carl, Stephen J. Leonard, and Thomas J. Noel 2005 Colorado: A History of the Centennial State. 4th ed. University Press of Colorado, Boulder. Adams, William H., Linda P. Gaw, and Frank C. Leonhardy 1975 Archaeological Excavations at Silcott, Washington: the Data Inventory. Laboratory of Anthropology, Reports of Investigations No. 53. Washington State University, Pullman. Athearn, Robert G. 1976 The Coloradans. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. Ayers, James E. (compiler) 1995 The Archaeology of Spanish and Mexican Colonialism in the American Southwest. Society for Historical Archaeology, Guides to the Archaeological Literature of the Immigrant Experience in America, Number 3. Benson, Maxine (editor) 1988 From Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains: Major Stephen Long’s Expedition of 1819–1820. Fulcrum Publishing, Golden, Colorado. Berge, Dale L. 1980 Simpson Springs Station: Historical Archaeology in Western Utah, 1974–1975. Cultural Resource Series No. 6. Bureau of Land Management-Utah, Salt Lake City. Bragonier, Reginald 1994 What’s What: A Visual Glossary of the Physical World. Smithmark Publishing Co., New York. Buckles, William G. (editor) 1978 Anthropological Investigations Near the Crest of the Continent, 1975-1978. Three volumes [see esp. Vol. II, Chapters 7–11]. Bureau of Reclamation, Denver. Buckles, William G., and Nancy B. Buckles 1984 Colorado Historical Archaeology Context. Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Carrillo, Richard F., Sarah J. Pearce, Stephen M. Kalasz, & Daniel A. Jepson 1993 The Tremont House (5DV2954): Historical Archaeological Investigations of an Early Hotel in Denver, Colorado. Colorado Dept. of Transportation Archaeological Research Series No. 1, Denver. Carson, Phil 1998 Across the Northern Frontier: Spanish Explorations in Colorado. Johnson Books, Boulder, Colorado. Cassells, E. Steve 1997 The Archaeology of Colorado. Revised ed. Johnson Books, Boulder, Colorado.

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Church, Minette C., Steven G. Baker, Bonnie J. Clark, Richard F. Carrillo, Jonathon C. Horn, Carl D. Späth, David R. Guilfoyle, and E. Steve Cassells 2007 Colorado History: A Context for Historical Archaeology. Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, Denver. Clark, Victor S. 1949 History of Manufacturers in the United States. 3 vols. Reprint of 1929 edition. Peter Smith, New York. Conner, Melissa, and Douglas D. Scott 1998 Metal Detector Use in Archaeology: An Introduction. Historical Archaeology 32(4):76–85. Crum, Sally 1996 People of the Red Earth. Ancient City Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico. DeCunzo, Lu Ann, and Bernard L. Herman (editors) 1996 Historical Archaeology and the Study of American Culture. The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Inc., Winterthur, Delaware. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville. Deetz, James 1996 In Small Things Forgotten: An Archaeology of Early American Life. Expanded and revised edition, illustrated by A.E. Gray. Anchor Books, New York. Eberhart, Perry 1981 Guide to the Colorado Ghost Towns and Mining Camps. 4th ed. Swallow Press, Athens, Ohio. Faulk, Terry R. 1969 Simple Methods of Mining Gold. Filter Press, Palmer Lake, Colorado. Ferguson, Leland 1977 editor. Historical Archaeology and the Importance of Material Things. The Society for Historical Archaeology, Special Publication Series, Number 2. 1992 Uncommon Ground: Archaeology and Early African America, 1650–1800. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.

Fike, Richard E., and H. Blaine Phillips II 1984 A Nineteenth Century Ute Burial from Northeast Utah. Cultural Resource Series No. 16. Bureau of Land Management–Utah, Salt Lake City. Flint, Richard 2005 What They Never Told You About the Coronado Expedition. Kiva 71(2):203–217. Fontana, Bernard L. 1978 On the Meaning of Historic Sites Archaeology. In: Historical Archaeology: A Guide to Substantive and Theoretical Contributions, edited by Robert L. Schuyler, pp. 23– 26. Baywood Publishing Co., Farmingdale, New York. Fontana, Bernard L., and J. Cameron Greenleaf

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Johnny Ward’s Ranch: A Study in Historic Archaeology. The Kiva 28(1–2):1–115.

Franklin, Linda C. 1991 Three Hundred Years of Kitchen Collectibles. 3rd ed. Books Americana, Inc., Florence, Alabama. FRASERdesign 1998 Railroads in Colorado, 1858–1948. OAHP Publication #625. Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Gallager, Joseph J., Alice Edwards, Lachlan F. Blair, and Hugh Davidson 1993 Historic Resources of the Santa Fe Trail, 1821–1880. OAHP Publication #624. Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Gillio, David, Francis Levine, and Douglas Scott 1980 Some Common Artifacts Found at Historical Sites. Cultural Resources Report No. 31. USDA-Forest Service, Southwestern Region, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Greene, Jerome A., and Douglas D. Scott 2004 Finding Sand Creek: History, Archeology, and the 1864 Massacre Site. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Guldbeck, Per E. 1985 The Care of Antiques and Historical Collections. 2nd expanded ed., revised by A. Bruce MacLeish. American Association for State and Local History, Nashville, Tennessee. Gunnerson, James H., and Dolores A. Gunnerson 1988 Ethnohistory of the High Plains. Cultural Resource Series No. 26. Bureau of Land Management-Colorado, Denver. Hafen, LeRoy R. 1948 editor. Colorado and Its People. Four volumes. Lewis Historical Publishing Co., New York. 1995 Fur Traders, Trappers and Mountain Men of the Upper Missouri. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln.

Hall, Martin, and Stephen Silliman (editors) 2005 Historical Archaeology. Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology. Blackwell Publishing, Malden, Massachusetts. Hanson, Jeffery R., and Sally Chirinos 1989 Ethnohistory. In: Nine Rock Art Sites in the Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site, Southeastern Colorado, by Lawrence L. Loendorf, pp. 18–38. Univ. of North Dakota, Dept. of Anthropology Contribution No. 248. Ms. #LA.DA.R28 on file, Colorado Historical Society, Office of Archaeology & Historic Preservation, Denver. Hardesty, Donald L. 1988 The Archaeology of Mining and Miners: A View from the Silver State. Society for Historical Archaeology, Special Publication Series #6.

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Toward an Historical Archaeology of the Intermountain West. Historical Archaeology 25(3):29–35.

Herskovitz, Robert M. 1978 Fort Bowie Material Culture. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona No. 31. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. Horn, Jonathon C. 1992 Historical Archaeology in Colorado. In: The State of Colorado Archaeology, edited by Philip Duke and Gary Matlock, pp. 149–172. Memoir No. 5. Colorado Archaeological Society, Cortez. n.d. Historic Artifact Portion of Historic Handbook. Appendix 1 of: Historical Archaeology Component Form—Manual. Colorado Historical Society, Denver.

Hughes, J. Donald 1987 American Indians in Colorado. 2nd ed. Pruett Press, Boulder, Colorado. Husband, Michael B. 1984 Colorado Plateau Country Historic Context. OAHP Publication #606. Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Kappler, Charles J. (compiler and editor) 1904 Indian Affairs. Laws and Treaties. Vol. II (Treaties). U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. Kessler, Ronald E. 1998 Old Spanish Trail North Branch and Its Travelers. Sunstone Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico. King, Joseph E. 1984 Colorado Engineering Context. OAHP Publication #610. Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Lecompte, Janet 1978 Pueblo, Hardscrabble, Greenhorn. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Leone, Mark P., and Neil A. Silberman (editors) 1996 Invisible America: Unearthing Our Hidden History. Henry Holt, New York. Little, Barbara J. 1994 People With History: Update on Historical Archaeology in the United States. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 1(1):5–40. 2006 Historical Archaeology: Why the Past Matters. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, California.

McAlester, Virginia, and Lee McAlester 1984 A Field Guide to American Houses. Alfred A. Knopf, New York. McTighe, James 1989 Roadside History of Colorado. Revised ed. Johnson Books, Boulder, Colorado.

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Mehls, Steven F. 1984a Colorado Mountains Historic Context. OAHP Publication #608. Colorado Historical Society, Denver. 1984b Colorado Plains Historic Context. OAHP Publication #609. Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Mehls, Steven F., and Carrol Joe Carter 1984 Colorado Southern Frontier Historic Context. OAHP Publication #607. Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Miller, George L., Olive R. Jones, Lester A. Ross, and Teresita Majewski 1991 Approaches to Material Culture Research for Historical Archaeologists. Readers in Historical Archaeology. Society for Historical Archaeology, Tucson, Arizona. Montgomery Ward and Company 1894 Montgomery Ward & Co. 1894-95 Catalogue & Buyers Guide No. 56. Reprinted 1977 by DBI Books, Inc., Northfield, Illinois. 1895 Montgomery Ward & Co. Catalogue and Buyers’ Guide, Spring and Summer 1895: No. 57. Reprinted 1969, Dover Publications, New York.

Murphy, Jack A. 1995 Geology Tour of Denver’s Buildings and Monuments. Historic Denver, Inc., and Denver Museum of Natural History, Denver. Nickens, Paul R. (editor) 1988 Archaeology of the Eastern Ute: A Symposium. CCPA Occasional Papers No. 1. Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, Denver. Noël Hume, Ivor 1975 Historical Archaeology. W.W. Norton & Co., Inc., New York. 1991 A Guide to Artifacts of Colonial America. Random House, New York.

Noel, Thomas J., Paul F. Mahoney, and Richard E. Stevens 1994 Historical Atlas of Colorado. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Orser, Charles E., Jr. 2002 editor. Encyclopedia of Historical Archaeology. Routledge, New York. 2003 Historical Archaeology. 2nd ed. Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey.

Orser, Charles E., Jr., and Brian M. Fagan 1995 Historical Archaeology. HarperCollins, New York. Pearce, Sarah J. 1983 A Guide to Colorado Architecture. Colorado Historical Society, Denver, CO. [updated on-line at http://www.coloradohistory-oahp.org/guides/ architecture/archindex.htm]

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Pohs, Henry A. 1995 The Miner’s Flame Light Book. Flame Publishing Co., Denver. Preucel, Robert W. (editor) 2002 Archaeologies of the Pueblo Revolt: Identity, Meaning, and Renewal in the Pueblo World. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. Prucha, Francis Paul 1997 American Indian Treaties: The History of a Political Anomaly. University of California Press, Berkeley. Rathje, William, and Cullen Murphy 2001 Rubbish! The Archaeology of Garbage. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. Rosenberg, Robert G., and D. Peter Kvietok 1981 A Guide to Historic Artifacts, edited by Jean Richmond. Published by the authors. Ms. on file, Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Rosenberg, S. H. (editor) 1976 Rural America a Century Ago. American Society of Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan. Rubertone, Patricia E. 2000 The Historical Archaeology of Native Americans. Annual Review of Anthropology 29:425–446. Russell, Carl P. 1977 Firearms, Traps, and Tools of the Mountain Men. Reprint ed. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. Sagstetter, Beth, and Bill Sagstetter 1998 The Mining Camps Speak: A New Way to Explore the Ghost Towns of the American West. BenchMark Publishing of Colorado, Denver. Schrire, Carmel 1996 Digging Through Darkness: Chronicles of an Archaeologist. University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville. Schuyler, Robert L. 1976 Images of America: The Contribution of Historical Archaeology to National Identity. Southwestern Lore 42(4):27–39. 1978 editor. Historical Archaeology: A Guide to Substantive and Theoretical Contributions. Baywood Publishing Co., Farmingdale, New York.

Scott, Douglas D. 1972 The Nordenskiold Campsite: a Test in Historic Archaeology. Kiva 37(3):128–140. 1982 Robidoux’s Fort on the Uncompahgre and the Matlock Homestead: The Case of the Missing Resources. Southwestern Lore 48(4):25–31.

Sears, Roebuck and Co.

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Sears, Roebuck and Co. Consumer’s Guide for 1894. Reprint ed. No publisher listed. Sears Roebuck Catalogue. Reprinted 1968 by Chelsea House Publishers, New York. Sears, Roebuck Catalogue. Reprinted by DBI Books, Northfield, Illinois. The 1902 Edition of the Sears, Roebuck Catalogue, No. 111. Reprinted 1969 by Bounty Books, New York. Sears, Roebuck and Company 1908 Catalogue, No. 117, The Great Price Maker. Reprinted 1969 by Gun Digest Co., Chicago, Illinois. Sears, Roebuck and Co., Incorporated Consumers Guide, Fall 1909, No. 118. Reprinted 1979 by Ventura Books, Inc., New York. The Sears, Roebuck Catalogue. Reprinted by Bounty Books, New York. The Best of Sears Collectibles, Nineteen Five to Nineteen Ten. Ayer Co. Publishing, Inc., North Stratford, New Hampshire.

Sloane, Eric 1985 A Museum of Early American Tools. Ballantine Books, New York. Smith, Duane A., and Richard N. Ellis 2004 Colorado: A History in Photographs. Revised ed. University Press of Colorado, Boulder. South, Stanley 1977 Method and Theory in Historical Archaeology. Academic Press, New York. 1994 editor, Pioneers in Historical Archaeology: Breaking New Ground. Plenum Publishing Corp., New York.

Spivey, Towana D. 1979 A Historical Guide to Wagon Hardware & Blacksmith Supplies. Con-tributions of the Museum of the Great Plains, No. 9. Lawton, Oklahoma. Sprague, Roderick 1980 A Functional Classification for Artifacts from 19th and 20th Century Historical Sites. North American Archaeologist 2(3):251–261. Thomas, David Hurst (editor) 1989 Columbian Consequences. Volume 1: Archaeological and Historical Perspectives on the Spanish Borderlands West. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. Tighe, James 1989 Roadside History of Colorado. Revised ed. Johnson Books, Boulder, Colorado. Ubbelohde, Carl, Maxine Benson, and Duane A. Smith 2006 A Colorado History. 9th ed. Pruett Publishing Co., Boulder, Colorado.

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Vandenbusche, Duane, and Duane A. Smith 1980 A Land Alone, Colorado’s Western Slope. Pruett Publishing Co., Boulder, Colorado. Warner, Ted J. (editor) 1995 The Dominguez-Escalante Journal—Their Expedition Through Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico in 1776. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. Washburn, Charles G. 1917 Industrial Worcester. The Davis Press, Worcester, MA. Wolle, Muriel Sibell 1991 Stampede to Timberline: The Ghost Towns and Mining Camps of Colorado. Revised & enlarged ed. Swallow Press, Athens, Ohio.

BARBED WIRE, CANS & OTHER METAL
Busch, Jane 1981 An Introduction to the Tin Can. Historical Archaeology 15(1):95–104. Clifton, Robert T. 1979 Barbs, Prongs, Points, Prickers and Stickers: A Complete & Illustrated Catalogue of Antique Barbed Wire. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Glover, Jack 1969 The “Bobbed” Wire Bible: an Illustrated Guide to the Identification and Classification of Barbed Wire. Published by author, Sunset, Texas. James, Jesse S. 1966 Early United States Barbed Wire Patents. Published by the author, Maywood, California. Martells, Jack 1976 The Beer Can Collector’s Bible. Ballantine Books, New York. Maxwell, B. S. 1993 Beer Cans: A Guide for the Archaeologist. Historical Archaeology 27(1):95–113. Rock, Jim 1984 Cans in the Countryside. Historical Archaeology 18(2):97–111. Schroeder, Bill 1970 1000 Razors Priced and Illustrated. Published by the author, Paducah, Kentucky. Simonis, Donald E. n.d. Condensed/Evaporated Milk Cans—Chronology for Dating Historical Sites. Ms. on file, Bureau of Land Management, Kingman, Arizona.

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BEADS
Dubin, Lois Sherr 1987 The History of Beads: From 30,000 B.C. to the Present. Harry N. Abrams, Inc. Publishers, New York. Kidd, Kenneth E., and Martha A. Kidd 1970 A Classification System for Glass Beads for the Use of Field Archaeologists. Canadian Historical Sites, Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History 1:45–89. Ottawa, Canada. Orchard, William C. 1975 Beads and Beadwork of the American Indian. 2nd ed. Contributions from the Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, Vol. XI. New York. Sprague, Roderick 1985 Glass Trade Beads: A Progress Report. Historical Archaeology 19(2): 87–105. Van Der Sleen, W. G. 1973 Handbook on Beads. George Shumway Publishing, York, Pennsylvania. Whitley, Phillip W. 1951 Trade Beads Among the American Indian. Denver Westerners Brandbook 7(8). Denver, Colorado. Woodward, Arthur 1989 Indian Trade Goods. Oregon Archaeological Society Publication No. 2. Reprint edition. Binford & Mort Publishing, Portland, Oregon. NOTE: Also see July 1971 issue of Arizona Highways for even more on beads.

BOTTLES AND OTHER GLASS
Anderson, Will 1973 The Beer Book: an Illustrated Guide to American Breweriana. Pyne Press, Princeton, New Jersey. Baldwin, Joseph K. 1973 A Collector’s Guide to Patent and Proprietary Medicine Bottles of the Nineteenth Century. Thomas Nelson, Inc., New York. Blumenstein, Lynn 1963 Old Time Bottles Found in the Ghost Towns. Old Time Bottle Publishing Co., Salem, Oregon. 1966a Bottle Rush U.S.A.: the Story of Our Historic Past Through Old Time Bottles. Old Time Bottle Publishing Co., Salem, Oregon.

1966b “Redigging the West” for Old Time Bottles. Revised ed. Old Time Bottle Publishing Co., Salem, Oregon.

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Clint, David K., & Co. (compilers) 1976 Colorado Historical Bottles & Etc., 1859–1915. Antique Bottle Collectors of Colorado. Johnson Publishing Co., Boulder, Colorado. Eatwell, John M. 1971 Denver’s Golden Days and Apothecary Palaces. Antique Bottle Collectors of Colorado, Denver. Fike, Richard E. 1987 The Bottle Book. Peregrine Smith Books, Salt Lake City, Utah. Firebaugh, Gail S. 1983 An Archaeologist’s Guide to the Historical Evolution of Glass Bottle Technology. Southwestern Lore 49(2):9–29. Giarde, Jeffrey 1980 Glass Milk Bottles: Their Makers and Marks. Time Travelers Press, Bryn Mawr, California. Hartung, Marion T. 1967 Carnival Glass in Color: A Collector’s Reference Book. Third printing. Published by the author, Emporia, Kansas. Jones, Olive 1971 Glass Bottle Push-Ups and Pontil Marks. Historical Archaeology 5:62–73. Jones, Olive, and Catherine Sullivan 1989 The Parks Canada Glass Glossary. Studies in Archaeology, Architecture, and History. Canadian Parks Service, Quebec. Kauffman, Don, and June Kauffman 1966 “Dig Those Crazy Bottles”: a Handbook of Pioneer Bottles. Published by the authors, Cheyenne, Wyoming. Kendrick, Grace 1964 The Antique Bottle Collector. Revised ed. Western Printing and Publishing, Sparks, Nevada. Leahy, Midge, and Phil Leahy 1967 Bottles of Leadville, Colorado, with History, Sketches, Rarity. Published by the authors, Denver. Lief, Alfred 1965 A Close-Up of Closures: History and Progress. Glass Manufacturers Institute, New York. Lockhart, Bill 2006 The Color Purple: Dating Solarized Amethyst Container Glass. Historical Archaeology 40(2):45–56. Lorrain, Dessamae

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An Archaeologist’s Guide to Nineteenth Century American Glass. Historical Archaeology 2:35–44. Colorado Breweries: a Historical Review Based on Colorado State Business Directories, City Directories and Other Sources. Albacor, Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Miller, George L., and Catherine Sullivan 1984 Machine-Made Glass Containers and the End of Production for Mouth-Blown Bottles. Historical Archaeology 18(2):83–96. Munsey, Cecil 1970 The Illustrated Guide to Collecting Bottles. Hawthorn Books, New York. Newman, T. Stell 1970 A Dating Key for Post-Eighteenth Century Bottles. Historical Archaeology 4:70–75. Preble, Glen R. 1987 Impressed in Time: Colorado Beverage Bottles & Etc., 1859–1915. Antique Bottle Collectors of Colorado, Inc., Boulder. Putnam, H. E. 1965 Bottle Identification. Published by the author [n.p.]. Schroeder, Bill 1996 One Thousand Fruit Jars Priced. Collector Books, Paducah, Kentucky. Seamans, Berna Mackey, and Mertil Mackey Robb 1969 When and Where? Colorado Bottle History. Published by the authors [n.p.]. Switzer, Ronald R. 1974 The Bertrand Bottles: a Study of 19th Century Glass and Ceramic Containers. National Park Service, Washington, D.C. Taylor, Gordon A. 1971 Milk Bottle Manual: a Collector’s Pictorial Primer & Pricing Guide. Published by the author [n.p.]. Toulouse, Julian H. 1970 High on the Hawg, or How the Western Miner Lived, as Told by the Bottles He Left Behind. Historical Archaeology 4:59–69. 1977 2001 Fruit Jars: a Collector’s Manual with Prices. Thomas Nelson Inc. Publishers, Nashville, Tennessee. Bottle Makers and Their Marks. Reprint of 1971 edition. The Blackburn Press, Caldwell, New Jersey.

Van Rensselaer, Stephen 1971 Early American Bottles and Flasks. Revised ed. Borden Publishing Co., Los Angeles.

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Van Tassel, Valentine 1950 American Glass. Gramercy Publishing Co., New York. Weatherman, Hazel Marie 1970 Colored Glassware of the Depression Era. 2nd ed. Published by the author, Springfield, Missouri. White, John R. 1978 Bottle Nomenclature: a Glossary of Landmark Terminology for the Archaeologist. Historical Archaeology 12:58–67. Wills, Geoffrey 1966 The Collector’s Pocket Book of Glass. Hawthorn Books, New York. Wilson, Bill, and Betty Wilson 1968 Spirits Bottles of the Old West. Published by the authors, Santa Rosa, California. 1971 19th Century Medicine in Glass. 19th Century Hobby & Publishing Co., Amador City, California.

Wilson, Rex L. 1981 Bottles on the Western Frontier, edited by Edward Staski. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. Zumwalt, Betty 1980 Ketchup, Pickles, Sauces: 19th Century Food in Glass. Mark West Publishing, Sandpoint, Idaho.

BUTTONS
Houart, Victor 1977 Buttons: a Collector’s Guide. Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York. Johnson, David F. 1948 Uniform Buttons: American Armed Forces, 1784–1948. Two volumes. Century House, Watkins Glen, New York. Luscomb, Sally C. 1993 The Collector’s Encyclopedia of Buttons. Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., Atglen, Pennsylvania. Olsen, Stanley J. 1963 Dating Early Plain Buttons by Their Form. American Antiquity 28(4):551–554. Olsen, Stanley J., and J. D. Campbell 1962 Uniform Buttons as Interpretive Aids for Military Sites. Curator V(4):346–352. Sprague, Roderick

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China or Prosser Button Identification and Dating. Historical Archaeology 36(2):111–127.

CERAMICS, POTTERY, BRICKS, ETC.
DeBolt, C. Gerald 1994 DeBolt’s Dictionary of American Pottery Marks: Whiteware & Porcelain. Collector Books, Paducah, Kentucky. Dick, Herbert W. 1968 Six Historic Pottery Types from Spanish Sites in New Mexico. In: Collected Papers in Honor of Lyndon Lane Hargrave, edited by Albert H. Schroeder, pp. 77-94. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico No. 1. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe. Gaimster, David 1997 German Stoneware 1200–1900. British Museum Press, London, UK. Gates, William C., Jr., and Dana E. Ormond 1984 The East Liverpool, Ohio Pottery District: Identification of Manufacturers and Marks. Historical Archaeology 16(1–2). Godden, Geoffrey A. 1991 Encyclopaedia of British Pottery and Porcelain Marks. Barrie & Jenkins (UK), distributed by Trafalgar Square, North Pomfret, Vermont. Griffiths, Dorothy M. 1978 Use-Marks on Historic Ceramics: a Preliminary Study. Historical Archaeology 12:68– 81. Gurcke, Karl 1987 Bricks and Brickmaking: A Handbook for Historical Archaeology. The University of Idaho Press, Moscow. Ketchum, William C. 1994 American Pottery and Porcelain: Identification and Price Guide. Avon Books, New York. Kovel, Ralph, and Terry Kovel 1995 Kovels’ Dictionary of Marks: Pottery and Porcelain. Crown Publishing Group, New York. Kowalsky, Arnold A., and Dorothy E. Kowalsky 1999 Encyclopedia of Marks on American, English, and European Earthenware, Ironstone, and Stoneware (1780–1980). Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., Atglen, Pennsylvania. Lehner, Lois 1988 Lehner’s Encyclopedia of U.S. Marks on Pottery, Porcelain and Clay. Collectors Books, Paducah, Kentucky.

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Lister, Florence C., and Robert H. Lister 1976 A Descriptive Dictionary for 500 Years of Spanish-Tradition Ceramics (13th through 18th Centuries). Society for Historical Archaeology, Special Publication Series, Number 1. Miller, George L. 1980 Classification and Economic Scaling of 19th Century Ceramics. Historical Archaeology 14:1–40. Thorn, C. Jordan 1947 Handbook of Old Pottery and Porcelain Marks. Tudor Publishing Co., New York.

FIREARMS, CARTRIDGES AND KNIVES
Abels, Robert 1967 Classic Bowie Knives. Robert Abels, Inc., New York. Barnes, Frank C. 2003 Cartridges of the World. 10th ed. Stan Skinner, editor. Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin. Bearse, Ray 1966 Centerfire American Rifle Cartridges 1892–1963. A.S. Barnes & Co., South Brunswick, New Jersey. Chapel, Charles Edward 1947 The Gun Collector’s Handbook of Values. Revised ed. Coward-McCann, New York. 1961 Guns of the Old West. Coward-McCann, New York.

Flayderman, Norm 1994 Flayderman’s Guide to Antique American Firearms and Their Values. 6th edition. DBI Books, Inc., Northbrook, Illinois. Gleichman, Peter J., and Dock M. Teegarden 2005 Cartridges, Caps, and Flints: A Primer for Archaeologists. Southwestern Lore 71(3):3– 27. [Also see errata in vol. 72, #1] Gluckman, Arcadi 1965 Identifying Old U.S. Muskets, Rifles and Carbines. Bonanza Books, New York. Greener, W. W. 1971 Modern Breech-Loaders: Sporting and Military. Reprint of 1870s edition. Normount Technical Publications, Forest Grove, Oregon. Hackley, F. W., W. H. Woodin, and E. L. Scranton 1967 History of Modern U.S. Military Small Arms Ammunition. Vol. I, 1880–1939. MacMillan, New York.

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Hardin, Albert N., Jr., and Robert W. Hedden 1973 Light But Efficient: a Study of the M1880 Hunting and M1890 Intrenching Knives and Scabbards. Published by the authors, Washington, D.C. Keener, William G. 1962 Bowie Knives from the Collections of Robert Abels and the Ohio Historical Society. Ohio Historical Society, Columbus. Logan, Herschel C. 1944 Hand Cannon to Automatic: a Pictorial Parade of Hand Arms. Standard Publications, Huntington, West Virginia. 1948 1959 Cartridges: a Pictorial Digest of Small Arms Ammunition. Standard Publications, Huntington, West Virginia. Cartridges. Bonanza Books, New York.

McLean, Donald B. 1971 Pictorial History of Firearms to 1905: the U.S. Cartridge Company Collection. Reprint ed. Normount Technical Publications, Forest Grove, Oregon. Peterson, Harold L. 1956 Arms and Armor in Colonial America 1526–1783. Bramhall House, New York. 1980 American Knives. Gun Room Press, Highland Park, New Jersey.

Rogers, Albert Henry 1953 Firearms of Yesterday. Vantage Press, New York. Russell, Carl P. 1977 Firearms, Traps and Tools of the Mountain Men. Reprint ed. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. Satterlee, Leroy Deforest, and Arcadi Gluckman 1953 American Gun Makers. 2nd ed., revised. Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Sellers, Frank M. 1983 American Gunsmiths: A Sourcebook. Gun Room Press, Highland Park, New Jersey. Sellers, Frank, and John Dutcher (compilers) 1972 Gunsmiths of Early Colorado. In: The Colorado Gun Collectors 1972 Annual, pp. 5–10. Colorado Gun Collectors, Denver. Sharpe, Philip 1987 The Rifle in America. Reprint ed. Wolfe Publishing Co., Prescott, Arizona. Thalheimer, Roland 1970 Percussion Revolvers of the United States. Published by the author, St. Louis, Missouri. Wigginton, Eliot (editor)

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Foxfire 5. Anchor Books–Anchor Press/Doubleday, Garden City, New York.

Wolff, Eldon G. 1968 Revolver Classification: Laboratory Textbook of Firearms Identification for Collectors and Students. Milwaukee Public Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

LEATHER
Anderson, Adrienne 1968 The Archaeology of Mass-Produced Footwear. Historical Archaeology 2:56–65. Brinckerhoff, Sidney B. 1976 Boots and Shoes of the Frontier Soldier, 1865–1893. Museum Monograph No. 7. Arizona Historical Society, Tucson. Moseman, C. M., and Brother 1987 Moseman’s Illustrated Catalog of Horse Furnishing Goods: An Unabridged Republication of the Fifth Edition. Dover Publications, New York.

LOG CABINS AND NAILS
Goodall, Harrison, and Renee Friedman 1980 Log Structures: Preservation and Problem-Solving. The American Association for State and Local History, Nashville, Tennessee. Nelson, Lee H. 1968 Nail Chronology as an Aid to Dating Old Buildings. Technical Leaflet No. 48. American Association for State and Local History, Nashville, TN. (Also in Nov. 1968 issue: History News, vol. 24) Reed, Douglass C. 1977 Log Cabin Mythology. Creative Printing, Hagerstown, Maryland. Wells, Tom 1998 Nail Chronology: The Use of Technologically Derived Features. Historical Archaeology 32(2):78–99. Wilson, Mary 1984 Log Cabin Studies. USDA–Forest Service, Intermountain Region, Ogden, Utah.

MILITARY EQUIPMENT
Brinckerhoff, Sidney B. 1972 Metal Uniform Insignia of the Frontier U.S. Army 1849–1902. Museum Monograph No. 3. Arizona Historical Society, Tucson.

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Hutchins, James S. 1970 Horse Equipment and Cavalry Accoutrements as Prescribed by G.O. 73, A.G.O., 1885. Reprint of 1891 Ordnance Memoranda No. 29. Socio-Technical Publications, Pasadena, California. McChristian, Douglas C. 1995 The U.S. Army in the West, 1870–1880: Uniforms, Weapons and Equipment. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Steffen, Randy 1977-79 The Horse Soldier 1776–1943: The United States Cavalryman: His Uniforms, Arms, Accoutrements, and Equipments. Four volumes. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman.

Historical Bibliography
NOTE: The following bibliography includes both somewhat outdated titles as well as more recent references, and there are many fine, newer books not on this list. Check your local library, the Denver Public Library, Norlin Library in Boulder or the Colorado Historical Society library in Denver for details. However, late 19th and early 20th century titles should not be dismissed out-ofhand, as they sometimes include first-person accounts and original research on materials no longer available. BIBLIOGRAPHY Many local public and college libraries have excellent collections of regional material. You will find the State Historical Society of Colorado’ Stephen H. Hart Library, the Western History Collections of the Denver Public Library, and the University of Colorado at Boulder to be especially valuable as sources of books, periodicals, newspapers and clipping files, city and business directories, photographs, and maps. The Work Projects Administration files at the State Historical Society are often helpful in research on local subjects. To help you find some useful sources of published and unpublished works, a bibliography of reference materials follows. Items listed in it are organized according to this outline: I. History Periodicals II. History Books, theses, and other unpublished material A. Bibliographies B. General histories C. Local or regional histories, arranged by section of state D. Historic sites survey reports and publications E. U.S. Geological Survey Maps III. Architectural Identification Guides A. Architecture History Reference B. Architectural Surveys and Guidebooks C. Architecture History 1. General Works

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2. General Types and Periods 3. General Colorado 4. Colorado Types and Periods 5. Local Colorado D. Architects and Builders’ Handbooks E. Landscape Architecture I. Periodicals
The Brand Book, February 1945–December 1954.

(Supplanted by The Denver Westerners’ Monthly Roundup)
The Colorado Magazine, 1923–1980.

(Publication of the State Historical Society of Colorado)
Colorado Heritage, 1981—.

(Publication of the Colorado Historical Society) The Denver Westerners’ Monthly Roundup, January 1955—. (See also The Brand Book periodical) Sons of Colorado, June 1905–May 1908. (Monthly publication devoted to the organization) The Trail, June 1908–March-April 1928. (Official organ of the Society of Sons of Colorado) II. Books, theses and other unpublished material A. Bibliographies Oehlerts, Donald E. (editor) 1964 Guide to Colorado Newspapers 1859–1963. Denver: Bibliographical Center for Research Rocky Mountain Region. National Alliance of Preservation Commissions (compilers) 1999 Local Preservation Reference Shelf. Cultural Resources Partnership Notes. Susan L. Henry Renaud, series editor. Heritage Preservation Services, National Park Service, Washington, D.C. Stewart, Omer C. 1971 Ethnohistorical Bibliography of the Ute Indians of Colorado. University of Colorado Studies, Series in Anthropology No. 18. University of Colorado Press, Boulder. Wilcox, Virginia Lee 1954 Colorado: A Selected Bibliography of Its Literature, 1858–1952. Sage Books, Denver. Winther, Oscar Osburn 1961 A Classified Bibliography of the Periodical Literature of the Trans-Mississippi West (1811–1957). Indiana University Press, Bloomington. [See section on “Colorado.”] Winther, Oscar Osburn, and Richard A. Van Orman 1970 A Classified Bibliography of the Periodical Literature of the Trans-Mississippi West, A Supplement (1957–1967). Indiana University Press, Bloomington. [See section on “Colorado.”] WPA Writers’ Program

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“Colorado Bibliography.” Typescript in the Colorado Historical Society’s Stephen H. Hart Library (hereafter CHS Library).

B. General histories Abbott, Carl, Stephen J. Leonard, and Thomas J. Noel 2005 Colorado: A History of the Centennial State. 4th ed. University Press of Colorado, Boulder. Adams, Robert Hickman 1970 White Churches of the Plains: Examples from Colorado. Colorado Associated University Press, Boulder. Anonymous 1893 Historical and Descriptive Review of Colorado’s Enterprising Cities: Their Leading Business Houses, and Progressive Men. Jno. Lethem, Denver. Athearn, Robert G. 1976 The Coloradans. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Backus, Harriet Fish 2000 Tomboy Bride: A Woman’s Personal Account of Life in Mining Camps of the West. Pruett, Publishing Co., Boulder, Colorado. Baker, James H., and LeRoy R. Hafen (editors) 1927 History of Colorado. Prepared under the Supervision of the State Historical and Natural History Society of Colorado. 5 vols. Linderman Co., Denver. Bauer, William H., James L. Ozment, and John H. Willard 1971 Colorado Postal History: The Post Offices. J-B Publishing Co., Crete, Nebraska. Brown, Robert L. 1963 Jeep Trails to Colorado Ghost Towns. Caxton Printers, Caldwell, Idaho. 1972 Colorado Ghost Towns: Past and Present. Caxton Printers, Caldwell, Idaho. 1991 Ghost Towns of the Colorado Rockies. Caxton Printers, Caldwell, Idaho. Carson, Phil 1998 Across the Northern Frontier: Spanish Explorations in Colorado. Johnson Books, Boulder, Colorado. Dallas, Sandra 1967 No More Than Five in a Bed: Colorado Hotels in the Old Days. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Dallas, Sandra 1984 Gaslights and Gingerbread: Colorado’s Historic Homes. Revised ed. Swallow Press, Athens, Ohio. The Denver Westerners’ Brand Book. 1946—. Dorset, Phyllis Flanders 1970 The New Eldorado: The Story of Colorado’s Gold and Silver Rushes. Macmillan Co., New York. Eberhart, Perry 1981 Guide to the Colorado Ghost Towns and Mining Camps. 4th revised ed. Swallow Press, Athens, Ohio. Fossett, Frank

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Colorado: Its Gold and Silver Mines, Farms and Stock Ranges, and Health and Pleasure Resorts. Tourist’s Guide to the Rocky Mountains. Reprint edition. Arno

Press, New York (first published 1879). FRASERdesign 1998 Railroads in Colorado, 1858–1948. OAHP Context Publication #625. Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Gallager, Joseph J., Alice Edwards, Lachlan F. Blair, and Hugh Davidson 1993 Historic Resources of the Santa Fe Trail, 1821–1880. OAHP Context Publication #624. Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Greene, Jerome A., and Douglas D. Scott 2004 Finding Sand Creek: History, Archeology, and the 1864 Massacre Site. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Gunnerson, James H., and Dolores A. Gunnerson 1988 Ethnohistory of the High Plains. Bureau of Land Management–Colorado, Cultural Resource Series No. 26. Denver, Colorado. Griswold, Don, and Jean Griswold 1958 Colorado’s Century of Cities. Smith-Brooks, Denver, Colorado. Hafen, LeRoy R. (editor) 1948 Colorado and Its People: A Narrative and Topical History of the Centennial State. 4 vols. Lewis Historical Publishing Co., New York. Hall, Frank 1889–1895 History of the State of Colorado. 4 vols. Blakely Printing Co., Chicago. “Historical Markers Edition” 1970 The Colorado Magazine 47(3), Summer issue. Hollister, Ovando J. 1973 The Mines of Colorado. Reprint ed. Arno Press, New York (first published 1867). King, Joseph E. 1984 Colorado Engineering Context. OAHP Context Publication #610. Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Mehls, Steven F. 1984a Colorado Mountains Historic Context. OAHP Context Publication #608. Colorado Historical Society, Denver. 1984b Colorado Plains Historic Context. OAHP Context Publication #609. Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Mehls, Steven F., and Carrol Joe Carter 1984 Colorado Southern Frontier Historic Context. OAHP Context Publication #607. Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Moulton, Candy 2006 Roadside History of Colorado. Mountain Press Publishing Co., Missoula, Montana. Noel, Thomas J., Paul F. Mahoney, and Richard E. Stevens 1994 Historical Atlas of Colorado. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Paul, Rodman 1963 Mining Frontiers of the Far West, 1848–1880. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York. [See Chapter 6, “Colorado, 1859–1860.”]

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Rogers, James Grafton 1961 “A List of Historical Sights and Places in Colorado.” Photocopy of typescript, CHS Library, Denver. Smiley, Jerome C., Frank C. Goudy, Fred P. Johnson, et al. 1913 Semi-Centennial History of the State of Colorado. 2 vols. Lewis Publishing Co., Chicago. Smith, Duane A. 1992 Rocky Mountain Mining Camps: The Urban Frontier. University Press of Colorado, Boulder. Smith, Duane A., and Richard N. Ellis 2004 Colorado: A History in Photographs. Revised ed. University Press of Colorado, Boulder. Stone, Wilbur Fisk (editor) 1918 History of Colorado. 4 vols. S. J. Clarke Publishing Co., Chicago. Tighe, James 1989 Roadside History of Colorado. Revised ed. Johnson Books, Boulder, Colorado. Townshend, R. B. 1968 A Tenderfoot in Colorado. Reprint ed. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Ubbelohde, Carl, Maxine Benson, and Duane A. Smith 2006 A Colorado History. 9th ed. Pruett Publishing Co., Boulder, CO. Vandenbusche, Duane, and Duane A. Smith 1980 A Land Alone, Colorado’s Western Slope. Pruett Publishing Co., Boulder. Varney Philip 1999 Ghost Towns of Colorado: Your Guide to Colorado’s Historic Mining Camps and Ghost Towns. Voyageur Press, Stillwater, Minnesota. Warner, Ted J. (editor) 1995 The Dominguez-Escalante Journal—Their Expedition Through Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico in 1776. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. Westermeier, Clifford P. 1970 Colorado’s First Portrait: Scenes by Early Artists. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. Wolle, Muriel Sibell 1991 Stampede to Timberline: The Ghost Towns and Mining Camps of Colorado. Revised and enlarged edition. Swallow Press, Athens, Ohio. C. Local or regional histories 1. Northwest a. General Husband, Michael B. 1984 Colorado Plateau Country Historic Context. OAHP Context Publication #606. Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Leckenby, Charles H. 1945 The Tread of the Pioneers: Some Highlights in the Dramatic and Colorful History of Northwestern Colorado. Pilot Press, Steamboat Springs, Colorado. b. Eagle County

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Brown, Robert L. 1970 Holy Cross: The Mountain and the City. Caxton Printers, Caldwell, Idaho. Dallas, Sandra 1969 Vail. Pruett Publishing Co., Boulder, Colorado. Danielson, Clarence L., and Ralph W. Danielson 1965 Basalt: Colorado Midland Town. Pruett Publishing Co., Boulder, Colorado. Shoemaker, Leonard C. 1943 “History of the Holy Cross National Forest.” Revised Typescript. CHS Library, Denver [first edition 1928]. c. Garfield County Nelson, Jim 1999 Glenwood Springs: The History of a Rocky Mountain Resort. Western Reflections, Ouray, Colorado. Urquhart, Lena M. 1970 Glenwood Springs: Spa in the Mountains. Pruett Publishing Co., Boulder, Colorado. d. Mesa County Crawford, George A. n.d. “Grand Junction Town Company Plat Book.” Photocopy of typescript, CHS Library, Denver. Rait, Mary 1931 “Development of Grand Junction and the Colorado River Valley to Palisade from 1861 to 1931.” Unpublished Master’s thesis, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado. e. Pitkin County O’Rear, John, and Frankie O’Rear 1966 The Aspen Story: Including Skiing the Aspen Way. Introduction by Lowell Thomas. A.S. Barnes and Co., New York. Shoemaker, Len 1958 Roaring Fork Valley: An Account of Its Settlement and Development. Sage Books, Denver. Shoemaker, Len 1965 Pioneers of the Roaring Fork. Sage Books, Denver. Wentworth, Frank L. 1950 Aspen on the Roaring Fork. Francis B. Rizzari, Lakewood, Colorado. f. Summit County Fiester, Mark 1973 Blasted, Beloved Breckenridqe. Pruett Publishing Co., Boulder, Colorado. Gilliland, Mary Ellen 1980 Summit: A Gold Rush History of Summit County Colorado. Alpenrose Press, Silverthorne, Colorado. 2. Southwest

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a. General Brown, Robert L. 1965 An Empire of Silver: A History of the San Juan Silver Rush. Caxton Printers, Caldwell, Idaho. Jocknick, Sidney 1913 Early Days on the Western Slope of Colorado and Campfire Chats with Otto Mears the Pathfinder. Carson-Harper Co., Denver. Kluckhohn, Clyde 1968 To the Foot of the Rainbow: A Tale of Twenty-five Hundred Miles of Wandering on Horseback through the Southwest Enchanted Land. Reprint edition. Rio Grande Press, Glorieta, New Mexico. Marshall, Terry 1973 Saguache County Profile. Saguache County Community Council, Center, Colorado. Rockwell, Wilson 1956 Sunset Slope: True Epics of Western Colorado. Big Mountain Press, Denver. 1965 Uncompahgre Country. Sage Books, Denver. Sarah Platt Decker Chapter D.A.R., Durango, Colorado 1942 Pioneers of the San Juan Country. Out West Printing Co., Colorado Springs, Colorado. Smith, Duane A. 1988 Guide to Historic Durango & Silverton. Johnson Books, Boulder, Colorado. Weber, Rose 1974 A Quick History of Telluride. Little London Press, Colorado Springs, Colorado. b. Gunnison County Brown, William M. 1935 “History of the Cebolla–Powderhorn Country.” Unpublished Master’s thesis, Western State College, Gunnison, Colorado. Haase, Carl L. 1971 “Gothic, Colorado: City of Silver Wires.” Unpublished Master’s thesis, Western State College, Gunnison, Colorado. CHS Library, Denver. Multiple Authors n.d. Remembrances of Pioneer Days in the Gunnison Country. Two vols. Scrapbook compilation of articles in the Gunnison News-Champion. CHS Library, Denver. Mumey, Nolie 1963 History of Tin Cup, Colorado (Virginia City): An Alpine Mining Camp Which Refused to Become a Ghost Town. Johnson Publishing Co., Boulder, Colorado. Taylor, Clara R. 1930 “A Brief History of Irwin: A Ghost Town.” Unpublished Master’s thesis, Western State College, Gunnison, Colorado. CHS Library, Denver. Vandenbusche, Duane

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Early Days in the Gunnison Country. Western State College, Vandenbusche

Books, Gunnison, Colorado. 1980 The Gunnison Country. Western State College, Vandenbusche Books, Gunnison, Colorado. Vandenbusche, Duane, and Rex Myers 1970 Marble, Colorado: City of Stone. Golden Bell Press, Denver. Wallace, Elizabeth Virginia Steele 1960 Gunnison Country. Sage Books, Denver. 1964 Gunnison: A Short Illustrated History. Sage Books, Denver. 1965 History with the Hide Off. Sage Books, Denver. c. Hinsdale County Bates, Margaret 1973 A Quick History of Lake City, Colorado. Little London Press, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Thompson, Thomas Gray 1961 “The Social and Cultural History of Lake City, Colorado, 1876 to 1900.” Unpublished Master’s thesis, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma. Wright, Carolyn, and Clarence Wright 1964 Tiny Hinsdale of the Silvery San Juan. Big Mountain Press, Denver. d. La Plata County Culhane, Albert Edward 1934 “A History of the Settlement of La Plata County, Colorado.” Unpublished Master’s thesis, University of Colorado, Boulder. e. Mineral County Bennett, Edwin Lewis 1966 Boom Town Boy in Old Creede, Colorado. Sage Books, Chicago. 196(?) “Names of Residents and Business Firms of Creede, Colorado, to 1901. Compiled from Old Records and From Memory.” Typescript, CHS Library, Denver. Mumey, Nolie 1949 Creede: History of a Colorado Silver Mining Town. Artcraft Press, Denver. f. Montezuma County Freeman, Ira S. 1958 A History of Montezuma County, Colorado: Land of Promise and Fulfillment. Johnson Publishing Co., Boulder, Colorado. g. Montrose County Croke, Frances M. n.d. “A History of the Colorado Co-operative Colony and the Town of Nucla.” Typescript, CHS Library, Denver. Selig, Hugo 1939 Early Recollections of Montrose, Colorado. Montrose Daily Press, Montrose, Colorado.

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h. Ouray County Crum, Josie Moore 1965? Ouray County, Colorado: the Agency and the Indians; Ouray and Mining; Dallas, Ridgway; We the Kids. San Juan History, Durango, Colorado. 3. North-Central a. General Anonymous 1971 History of Clear Creek and Boulder Valleys, Colorado: Containing a Brief History of the State of Colorado...and Account of the Ute Trouble; A History of Gilpin, Clear Creek, Boulder and Jefferson Counties, and Biographical Sketches. Reprint edition. Unigraphic, Inc., Evansville, Indiana [first published 1880]. Bair, Everett 1959 This Will Be an Empire. Pageant Press, New York. Betz, Larry 1972 Globeville, a Part of Colorado’s History. Privately printed, Denver. Brettell, Richard R. 1973 Historic Denver: the Architects and the Architecture, 1858–1893. Historic Denver, Inc., Denver. Dallas, Sandra 1971 Cherry Creek Gothic: Victorian Architecture in Denver. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Dunning, Harold Marion 1956–1962 Over Hill and Vale: In the Evening Shadows of Colorado’s Longs Peak. 2 vols. Johnson Publishing Co., Boulder, Colorado. Etter, Don D. 1972 Auraria: Where Denver Began. Colorado Associated University Press, Boulder, Colorado. Gladden, Sanford Charles 1970 Index to History of Clear Creek and Boulder Valley, Colorado (1860). Empire Printing Co., Boulder, Colorado. Hicks, Dave 1971 Englewood from the Beginning. A-T-P Publishing Co., Denver. Mariette, Eva B. 1968 “Memories of North Park.” Photocopy of typescript, CHS Library, Denver. Mitchell, Emma 1970 Comanche Crossing Centennial 1870–1970. Eastern Colorado News, Strasburg, Colorado. Simmons, Virginia McConnell 2002 Bayou Salado: The Story of South Park. Revised ed. University Press of Colorado, Boulder. Smiley, Jerome 1901 Denver. Unigraphic, Inc., Evansville, Indiana. Willard, James F., and Colin B. Goodykoontz, (editors)

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Experiments in Colorado Colonization, 1869–1872: Selected Contemporary Records Relating to the German Colonization Company and the Chicago– Colorado, St. Louis–Western and Southwestern Colonies. University of

Colorado Historical Collections vol. 3, Colony Series vol. 2. HartmannBruderlin Co., Denver. b. Boulder County Anonymous 1971 Longmont Centennial Edition, 1871–1971. Daily Times Call, March 27–28, Longmont, Colorado. CHS Library, Denver. Boyles, B. L. (Billy) 1967 The Saint Vrain Valley: Its Early History. Times-Call Publishing Co., Longmont, Colorado. Erie High School Sociology Classes 1974 “Erie: Yesterday and Today.” Photocopy of typescript, revised from 1967 version. CHS Library, Denver. Frink, Maurice 1965 The Boulder Story: Historical Portrait of a Colorado Town. Pruett Press, Boulder, Colorado. Kemp, Donald C. 1960 Silver, Gold and Black Iron: A Story of the Grand Island Mining District of Boulder County, Colorado. Sage Books, Denver. Meyring, Geneva 1941 Nederland, Then and Now. Boulder Publishing Co., Boulder, Colorado. Newberry, Francis, and Walter B. Lovelace 1968 The Pioneer Trail Through Historic Boulder. Boulder Historical Society, Boulder, Colorado. Perrigo, Lynn I. 1946 “A Municipal History of Boulder, Colorado. 1871–1946.” Typescript written under the sponsorship of the Boulder County Historical Society. CHS Library, Denver. Puffer, Rodney A. 1915? “The Organization and Early History of Longmont: (The Chicago– Colorado Colony).” Typescript of a Master’s thesis, University of Colorado, Boulder. CHS Library, Denver. Schoolland, John B. 1967 Boulder Then and Now: Picturesque Boulder and Gems of Boulder County. Pruett Press, Boulder, Colorado. c. Chaffee County Everett, George G., and Wendell F. Hutchinson 1963 Under the Angel of Shavano. Golden Bell Press, Denver. Ward, Louisa A. 1940 Chalk Creek, Colorado. The Old West Series No. 9. John Van Male, Denver. d. Clear Creek County

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Copeland, W. D. 1968 “One Man’s Georgetown.” Mimeographed manuscript. CHS Library, Denver. Harrison, Louise C. 1964 Empire and the Berthoud Pass. Big Mountain Press, Denver. Horner, John Willard 1950 Silver Town. Caxton Printers, Caldwell, Idaho. [re: Georgetown] Wadsworth, Cynthia 1973 Georgetown: A Walking Tour Guide. Georgetown Historical Society, Georgetown, Colorado. e. Douglas County Sabin, Marion Savage 1957 Palmer Lake: A Historical Narrative, edited by Lloyd McFarling. Sage Books, Denver. Smith, Upton Treat n.d. “Historical Sketch of the Portion of Douglas County, Colorado, Known as West Plum Creek, Covering the Years 1869–1900.” Typescript on file, CHS Library, Denver. f. Gilpin County Bancroft, Caroline 1958 Gulch of Gold: A History of Central City, Colorado. Sage Books, Denver. Harris, George D. 1970 The Little Kingdom of Gilpin: Central City, Colorado, 1850 to 1870. General Publishing, Iowa Falls, Iowa. Hollenback, Frank R. 1961 Central City and Blackhawk, Then and Now. Sage Books, Denver. Kemp, Donald C. 1949 Colorado’s Little Kingdom. Sage Books, Golden, Colorado. Perrigo, Lynn I. 1936 “A Social History of Central City, Colorado, 1859–1900.” Unpublished PhD dissertation, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado. g. Grand County Black, Robert C., III 1968 Island in the Rockies: The History of Grand County, Colorado, to 1930. Published for the Grand County Pioneer Society by Pruett Publishing Co., Boulder, Colorado. Cairns, Mary Lyons 1946 Grand Lake: Pioneers. World Press, Denver. McQueary, Lola 1962 Widening Trails: Narration of Pioneer Days in Middle Park on the Western Slope of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. World Press, Denver. h. Jackson County Colorado Young Citizen’s League (compilers)

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1967? Photocopy of newspaper articles, handwritten reports, drawings, letters, typewritten letters and reports pertinent to Jackson County past and present. CHS Library, Denver. i. Jefferson County Grain, Mary Helen 1969 Evergreen, Colorado. Pruett Publishing Co., Boulder, Colorado. Holland, Pricilla 1963 “The Birth of a City—Golden, Colorado.” Photocopy on file, CHS Library, Denver. Robbins, Sara R. 1962 Jefferson County, Colorado: The Colorful Past of a Great Community. Jefferson County Bank, Lakewood, Colorado. j. Lake County Blair, Edward, and E. Richard Churchill 1971 Everybody Came to Leadville. Timberline Books, Leadville, Colorado. Coquoz, Rene L. 1969 King Pleasure Reigned in 1896: The Story of the Fabulous Leadville Ice Palace. Johnson Publishing Co., Boulder, Colorado. Griswold, Don L., and Jean Harvey Griswold 1951 The Carbonate Camp Called Leadville. University of Denver Press, Denver. k. Larimer County Bancroft, Caroline 1968 Trail Ridge Country: The Romantic History of Estes Park and Grand Lake. Johnson Publishing Co., Boulder, Colorado. Historical Records Survey (Colorado) 1941 Inventory of the County Archives of Colorado–Larimer County (Fort Collins). Colorado Department of State, Denver. Mills, Enos A. 1905 The Story of Estes Park and a Guide Book. Outdoor Life Publishing Co., Denver. Swanson, Evadene Burris 1971 Red Feather Lakes: The First Hundred Years. Privately printed, Fort Collins, Colorado. Watrous, Ansel 1911 History of Larimer County, Colorado. Courier Printing and Publishing Co., Fort Collins, Colorado. l. Park County Davidson, Roy Allyn 1940 “A History of Park County, Colorado.” Unpublished Master’s thesis, University of Denver, Denver. m. Weld County Allison, Pauline

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1942 The History of Eaton. Colorado. Self published, Eaton, Colorado. Ball, George S. 1966 Into the Sunset: Reminiscent of Early Days in Northern Weld County. Greeley Tribune-Republican Publishing Co., Greeley, Colorado. Boyd, David 1890 A History: Greeley and the Union Colony of Colorado. Greeley Tribune Press, Greeley, Colorado. Geffs, Mary L. 1938 Under Ten Flags: A History of Weld County, Colorado. McVey Printing, Greeley, Colorado. Krakel, Dean F. 1954 South Platte Country: A History of Old Weld County. Colorado, 1739–1900. Powder River Publications, Laramie, Wyoming. O’DonnelI, Mary 1936 “Pleasant Platteville.” Unpublished Bachelor’s thesis, Loretto Heights College, Denver. Ray, Roy (compiler) 1980 Highlights in the History of Windsor, Colorado. Reprint with new introduction. Windsor Beacon, Windsor, Colorado. [first published 1940] Willard, James F. (editor) 1918 The Union Colony at Greeley, Colorado, 1869–1871. University of Colorado Historical Collections vol. I; Colony Series vol. I. W. F. Robinson Printing Co., Denver. 4. South-Central a. General Bean, Luther 1964 Land of the Blue Sky People: A Story of the San Luis Valley. 2nd revised ed. Monte Vista Journal, Monte Vista, Colorado. Campbell, Rosemae Wells 1972 From Trappers to Tourists: Fremont County, Colorado, 1830–1950. Filter Press, Palmer Lake, Colorado. Conner, Daniel Ellis 1970 A Confederate in the Colorado Gold Fields. Reprint ed. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Harvey, M. Florence (indexer) 1976 History of the Arkansas Valley, Colorado. Reprint of the 1881 edition published by O. L. Baskin, Chicago. Unigraphic, Inc., Evansville, Indiana. Made available for this reproduction by Penrose Public Library, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Lecompte, Janet 1978 Pueblo, Hardscrabble, Greenhorn. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Pelton, A.R. 1891 The San Luis Valley. Carson, Hurst & Harper Art Printers, Denver. Simmons, Virginia McConnell

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The San Luis Valley: Land of the Six-Armed Cross. 2nd ed. University Press of

Colorado, Boulder. Spencer, Frank C. 1925 The Story of the San Luis Valley. Alamosa Journal, Alamosa, Colorado. b. El Paso County Buckman, George Rex 1893 Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Its Famous Scenic Environs. Second edition. Trow Print, New York. Daniels, Bettie Marie, and Virginia McConnell 1964 The Springs of Manitou. Sage Books, Denver. Fetler, John 1966 The Pikes Peak People: The Story of America’s Most Popular Mountain. Introduction by Marshall Sprague. Caxton Printers, Caldwell, Idaho. Hall, Francesca Tudor 1937 “Colorado Springs Fifty-Two Years Ago.” Unpublished Master’s thesis, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Howbert, Irving 1925 Memories of a Lifetime in the Pikes Peak Region. G. P. Putnam’s Sons, New York. Kitch, John I., Jr., and Betsy B. Kitch 1970 Woodman Valley: Stage Stop to Suburb. Filter Press, Palmer Lake, Colorado. McConnell, Virginia 1963 Ute Pass. Route of the Blue Sky People. Sage Books, Denver. Naeve, Milo M., and Robert E. McIntyre 1972 A Century of Building in the Pikes Peak Region: An Architectural Guidebook. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Ormes, Manly Dayton, and Eleanor R. Ormes 1933 The Book of Colorado Springs. Denton Printing Co., Colorado Springs, Colorado. Peyton High School Senior Class (compilers) 1968 “Peyton, Colorado: 1860–1968.” Mimeographed paper on file, CHS Library, Denver. Sprague, Marshall 1961 Newport in the Rockies: The Life and Good Times of Colorado Springs. Sage Books, Denver. 1971 One Hundred Plus: A Centennial Story of Colorado Springs. Colorado Springs Centennial, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Villard, Henry 1972 The Past and Present of the Pike’s Peak Gold Regions, edited by LeRoy R. Hafen. Da Capo Press, New York. Whittemore, Loren R. 1967 An Illustrated History of Ranching in the Pikes Peak Region. DentanBerkeland Printing Co., Colorado Springs, Colorado. c. Pueblo County Pueblo Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution

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1939 “Pueblo County History.” Mimeograph on file, CHS Library, Denver. Whittaker, Milo Lee 1917 Pathbreakers and Pioneers of the Pueblo Region: Comprising a History of Pueblo from the Earliest Times. Franklin Press Co., Pueblo, Colorado. d. Teller County Anonymous 1896 Cripple Creek and Colorado Springs Illustrated. Warren & Stride, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Hall, Mabel 1972 Upper Beaver Creek: Pioneer Life in Early Colorado. Exposition Press, New York. Lee, Mabel Barbee 1958 Cripple Creek Days. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, New York. Rinker, Catherine 1934 “The History of Cripple Creek, Colorado, 1891–1917.” Unpublished Master’s thesis, University .of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado. Sprague, Marshall 1953 Money Mountain: The Story of Cripple Creek Gold. Little, Brown and Co., Boston, Massachusetts. Taylor, Robert Guilford 1966 Cripple Creek. Geographic Monograph Series vol. I. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana. 5. Northeast a. Kit Carson County Bader, Avis, and Roy Bader 1962 Kit Carson County and Its Cattlemen. Kit Carson County Cattleman’s Association, Burlington, Colorado. Reeves–Cassity, Dessie 1967 Narratives of Stratton, Colorado, Over an Eighty-Year Period. DentonBerkeland Printing Co., Colorado Springs, Colorado. b. Logan County Conklin, Emma Burke 1928 A Brief History of Logan County, Colorado, with Reminiscences by Pioneers. Compiled and arranged for the Elbridge Gerry Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. CHS Library, Denver. c. Morgan County Baer, Robert A., and Anna C. Baer 1966? “History of Morgan County, Wiggins, Hoyt and Surrounding Areas, Including Early Area Pioneers: Churches, Schools and Various Organizations, World War I and II, Drouth, Depression, and the Farm Programs, Early Irrigation, Bijou and Kiowa Creeks and Their Tributaries. History of the Early Pioneers of Wiggins, Hoyt and

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Surrounding Areas.” Two vols. Mimeographed paper on file, CHS Library, Denver. Dille, John M. 1960 Irrigation in Morgan County. Published by the author, Fort Morgan, Colorado. Mills, James E. 1964 “A History of Brush, Colorado.” Unpublished Master’s thesis, University of Colorado, Boulder. d. Sedgwick County Cavender, Mabel 1957 “History of the Town of Ovid.” Photocopy of typescript on file, CHS Library, Denver. 6. Southeast a. General Van Hook, Joseph Orlando 1926 “Settlement and Economic Development of the Arkansas Valley from Pueblo to the Colorado-Kansas Line, 1860–1900.” Unpublished PhD dissertation, University of Colorado, Boulder. b. Baca County Austin, J. R. 1936 “A History of Baca County.” Photocopy of typescript on file, CHS Library, Denver. c. Bent County Clark, Bonnie J. 1998 The Women of Boggsville, Las Animas, Colorado. Boggsville Historical Site, La Junta, Colorado. Pamphlet #BN.SHF.R13 on file, Colorado Historical Society–OAHP, Denver. Hurd, C. W. 1957 Boggsville: Cradle of the Colorado Cattle Industry. Bent County Democrat, Las Animas, Colorado. Peterson, Phil 1990 Boggsville: Path to Permanent Settlement, 1863–1873. Tour Guide #BN.PA.R6 on file, Colorado Historical Society–OAHP, Denver. d. Las Animas County Beshoar, Barren B. 1973 Hippocrates in a Red Vest: The Biography of a Frontier Doctor. American West Publishing Co., Palo Alto, California. Beshoar, M. 1882 All about Trinidad and Las Animas County, Colorado. Times Steam Printing House and Black Book Manufactory, Denver. McGovern, George S., and Leonard F. Guttridge 1972 The Great Coalfield War. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, Massachusetts.

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Smith, Honora DeBusk 1930 “Early Life in Trinidad and the Purgatory Valley.” Unpublished Master’s thesis, University of Colorado, Boulder. Taylor, Morris F. 1964 Pioneers of the Picketwire. O’Brien Printing and Stationery Co., Pueblo, Colorado. 1966 Trinidad, Colorado Territory. Trinidad State Junior College, Trinidad, Colorado. D. Historic Sites Survey Reports and Publications in the Colorado Historical Society Library 1. U.S. Department of Interior, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places, History and Education, National Register Bulletin Series Anonymous 1997 How to Complete the National Register Registration Form. Revised ed. National Register Bulletin No. 16A. National Park Service, Washington, D.C. Noble, Bruce J., Jr., and Robert Spude 1997 Guidelines for Identifying, Evaluating, and Registering Historic Mining Properties. Revised ed. National Register Bulletin No. 42. National Park Service, Washington, D.C. O’Donnell, Eleanor 1998 Researching a Historic Property. Revised edition. National Register Bulletin No. 39. National Park Service, Washington, D.C. Parker Patricia L. Anne Derry, H. Ward Jandl, Carol D. Shull, and Jan Thorman 1985 Guidelines for Local Surveys: A Basis for Preservation Planning. Revised ed. National Register Bulletin No. 24. National Park Service, Washington, D.C. Also see this web site: www.cr.nps.gov/nr/publications/index.htm 2. U.S. Department of Interior, National Park Service, National Survey of Historic Sites and Buildings Series. Edited by Robert G. Ferris.
Explorers and Settlers: Historic Places Commemorating the Early Exploration and Settlement of the United States. Vol. 5 in the series, 1968. U.S. Government Printing Office,

Washington, D.C.
Prospector, Cowhand, and Sodbuster: Historic Places Associated with the Mining, Ranching, and Farming Frontiers in the Trans-Mississippi West. Vol. 11 in the series, 1967. U.S.

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GLOSSARY OF TERMS

Aboriginal: the original population of a geographic region Annealing: the gradual cooling of hot glass or metal to make less brittle and to strengthen. Applied Lip: a finish attached after a bottle has been formed. May be only a ring of glass around the neck. Bakelite: synthetic plastic used in buttons, telephones, electrical insulation ca. 1909–1930; name “Bakelite” molded on button backs. Barbed Wire: twisted wire armed with barbs or sharp points. Blob Top: the thick, round lip found on early soda and mineral bottles. A heavy top or lip was needed because the bottles often contained carbonated liquids. Blowpipe: hollow iron tube wider and thicker at the gathering end than at the blowing end. Used in the production of bottles. Bottle: a rigid or semi-rigid container typically of glass or plastic, having a comparatively narrow neck or mouth and no handle. Cache: materials stored for later retrieval; an archaeological feature type. Case Bottle: four-sided, square bottles generally about one quart in size. Chinking: to caulk; to fill the small cleft, rent or fissure as in sealing the gaps between log courses in a log cabin. Crimp: to roll the edge of, as in modern-type tinned cans. Dendrochronology: study of tree-ring patterns, used as a dating method. Embossed Lettering: the raised symbols, words, figures, monograms or trade marks on a glass/metal/plastic object denoting the name, manufacturer, code, date, etc. Flume: an above-ground channel to move/divert water away from or to a mine. Flux: a substance added to a body to enable it to fuse more readily.

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Free Blown Glass: items produced solely using a blowpipe without the use of a mold or machinery. Gather: the gob of molten glass adhering to the blowpipe. Glass: amorphous, inorganic, transparent or translucent substance formed by fusion of silica or oxides of boron or phosphorus with flux and a stabilizer into a mass that cools to a rigid condition without crystallization. A supercooled liquid, not a true solid. Insulator: a material that is a poor conductor of electricity or a device made for such material and used for separating or supporting conductors to prevent undesired flow of electricity. Jar: wide-mouth container typically made of ceramic or glass. Metal: molten glass; elements usually whitish, lustrous, ductile and malleable with high tensile strength. Mortar: a plastic building material that hardens and is used in masonry and plastering. Oakum: loosely twisted hemp or jute fiber impregnated with tar and used in caulking seams (chinking) and packing joints. Patent: a writing, securing to an inventor for a term of years (currently twenty) the exclusive right to make, use or sell their invention. Pontil: iron rod attached to the base of a bottle by a gob of glass to hold it during finishing. Pressed Glass: glass which has been pressed into a mold to take the shape of the mold or the pattern of the mold. Protohistoric: early part of historic period, applied to aboriginal sites. Sluice: a long, inclined trough for conducting water, as for carrying logs or separating gold ore (in placer mining). Smelter: any apparatus for melting or fusing ores, to separate the metallic constituents. Solder: metal or metallic alloy used when melted to join metallic surfaces. Tears: bubbles of air imprisoned in the glass. Treaty: a legally binding contract between parties that cannot be changed or cancelled without agreement by all parties. Trunnels: “tree nails,” i.e., wooden pins used as fasteners in furniture, ships, etc. Viga: the ends of roof joists exposed on the exterior of adobe buildings. Wickiup: free-standing or lean-to temporary shelter framed with poles and covered with brush, hides, bark, etc.; from a Fox Indian word meaning house, commonly applied to such features in western Colorado and adjoining regions.

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Wrought: fashioned, formed or manufactured. Part II: An Architectural Glossary Architrave: lowest of the three main parts of an entablature. Balustrade: short post or pillar in a series supporting a rail. Bay Window: angular or curved projection of a house front. Belvedere: small look-out tower on the roof of a house. Colonnade: a row of columns carrying an entablature or arches. Cornice: any projecting ornamental moulding along the top of a wall or building. Dentil: small square block used in series in some types of cornices. Dormer: window placed vertically in a sloping roof, and with a roof of its own. Eaves: underpart of a sloping roof overhanging a wall. Entablature: upper stepped part of a column or wall, with three components. Frieze: middle of three main parts of an entablature, usually decorated. Gable: triangular wall segment at the end of a double-pitched or gabled roof. Gable Roof: pitched roof having a gable at each end. Gambrel: double pitch roof, as on most barns. Hip: gable roof with sloping instead of vertical ends. Mansard Roof: roof with a steep lower slope and a flatter upper slope on all sides, either of convex or concave shape. Parapet: low wall placed to protect any spot where there is a sharp drop. Pilaster: shallow rectangular column projecting only slightly from a wall. Portico: roofed space forming the entrance of a temple, house, church, etc. Spindle: a short turned wood part, as in a balustrade. Tower: a building, or portion thereof, characterized by relatively great height. Turret: a very small and slender tower.

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