BIBLIOGRAPHY VIGNETTES OF HISTORY REFLECTIONS OF COLORADO WOMEN

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VIGNETTES OF HISTORY: REFLECTIONS OF COLORADO WOMEN

Backus, Harriet Fish. Tomboy Bride. Boulder, Colorado: Pruett Press, 1969.

Bancroft, Caroline. Silver Queen:The Fabulous Story of Baby Doe Tabor. Boulder, Colorado:
       Johnson Printing Company, 2004.

Becker, Cynthia and Smith, P. David. Chipeta Queen of the Utes. Montrose: Western Reflections
       Publishing Company, 2003.

Benson, Maxine; Cuba, Stanley; Dallas, Sandra; and Gehres, Eleanor M.,eds. The Colorado
      Book. Golden, Colorado: Fulcrum Publishing, 1993.

Cornerrl, Virginia. Doc Susie: The True Story of a Country Physician in the Colorado Rockies,
       Carpinteria, California: Manifest Publications, 1991.

Cox, Marilyn S. and Norman, Cathleen. Montrose: Take a Closer Look. Lakewood, Colorado:
      Preservation Publishing, 2006.

Danneberg, Julie. Women Writers of the West. Golden, Colorado: Fulcrum Publishers, 2003.

De Baca, Vincent C., ed. La Gente: Hispano History and Life in Colorado. Canada: The
      Colorado Historical Society, 1998.

Gregory, Doris H. History of Ouray Volume II – Historical Homes, Buildings and People.
       Ouray, Colorado: Cascade Publications, 1997.

Gregory, Doris H. History of the Wright Opera House. Long Beach, California: Cascade
       Publications, 1983.

Hafen, Leroy R and Hafen, Ann. The Colorado Story: A History of Your State and Mine.
       Denver, Colorado: The Old West Publishing Company, 1953.

Halaas, David Fridtjof. “The Frontiers of Teresita Sandoval,” Colorado History NOW. October,
       1997.

Harrington, Virginia. “Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame – Marie Scott nomination.” August,
       2007.

Hughes, J. Donald. American Indians in Colorado. Boulder, Colorado: Pruett Publishing
      Company, 1987.

Jones, Elaine Hale. “A Cowgirl’s Life takes Center Stage.” Montrose Daily Press. March 7,
        1999, B1,B4.
Jones, Elaine Hale. “Women who Made a Difference: Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame
        recognizes those who left their mark.” Montrose Daily Press. May 22, 2005, C1.

Lowery, Linda. One More Valley, One More Hill: The Story of Aunt Clara Brown. New York:
      Random House: 2002.

McLean, Evalyn Walsh. Queen of Diamonds: A Commemorative Edition of Father
Struck it Rich. Franklin, Tennessee: Hillsboro Press, 2000. (First edition, 1936).

Ranching History of Ouray County at Ridgway Library. Ranching History of Ouray County.
      Volume II. Bartley Marie Scott Ranching Legend-A Lasting Legacy by Ginny
      Harrington. Ridgway, Colorado: San Juan Publishing Group, Inc., 2006.

Sammons, Judy Buffington. Riding, Roping, and Roses. Montrose, Colorado: Western
     Reflections Publishing Company, 2006.

Shirley, Gayle C. More Than Petticoats – Remarkable Colorado Women. Guilford, Connecticut:
        The Globe Pequot Press, 2002.

Smith, Beatrice. The Babe: Mildred Didrikson Zaharias. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Raintree
       Editions, 1976.

Smith, Duane A. A Visit with the Tomboy Bride. Montrose, Colorado: Western Reflections
       Publishing Company, 2003.

Smith, Duane A. Women to the Rescue: Creating Mesa Verde National Park. The Durango
       Herald Small Press, Printed in Korea, 2005.

Smith, P. David. Ouray Chief of the Utes. Ridgway, Colorado: Wayfinder Press, 1990.

Varnell, Jeanne. Women of Consequence. Boulder, Colorado: Johnson Printing, 1999.

				
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