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Trail’s End – Boardinghouses in Colorado

My home for the present time  You step off the train in a new town, circa 1890. You need a safe and clean place…

Western Footprintes – A respectful farewell to King Richard III

Western Footprintes – A respectful farewell to King Richard III

Gambler writer to attend ancestor’s ‘Service of Reception’ I have always wanted to go to England to look at the land of my ancestors…

Western Footprints – A Ranch in Wyoming and Utah: Strawberry Jam Part V:  Hide and Seek

Western Footprints – A Ranch in Wyoming and Utah: Strawberry Jam Part V: Hide and Seek

July 31: After getting one of their horses shod and making the animal good for at least a few more miles, George and…

Trail’s End – Thomas Fitzpatrick: An Irishman among the Indians

Trail’s End – Thomas Fitzpatrick: An Irishman among the Indians

Many Irish immigrants to America in the early 19th century fled poverty, religious oppression, and government tyranny. America represented freedom, dreams of success,…

St. Patrick’s Day – In Honor of St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day – In Honor of St. Patrick’s Day

Irish immigrants who made Colorado history By Rosemary Fetter Although the Scots-Irish (Protestant Irish from the north) began immigrating to the U.S. in…

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Going Green View all

Did you know it takes 12 bees a lifetime to produce one teaspoon of honey? Bees do a lot more than just produce honey, however. We rely on…

America is the land of plenty where food is piled high on tables in homes and restaurants, but what’s leftover gets thrown in the trash. The National Resources…

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