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Boulder: Evolution of a City Boulder: Evolution of a City
by Silvia Pettern  
A memorable stroll through time. More than three hundred black and white photographs many never before published show how Boulder has grown and changed over the past century, while emphasizing what has been preserved. The book's inviting format features current photographs of various locations contrasted with one, two, sometimes three historical photographs of the same locations. No current publication covers Boulder's history so thoroughly and enjoyably. Newcomers, tourists, and even longtime residents are sure to learn something new in these pages. Buy this book now
The Last War Trail The Last War Trail  
by Robert Emmitt  
The Utes and the Settlement of Colorado - The late writer and editor Robert Emmitt spent time on the Ute reservation in Whiterocks, Utah and in Colorado to research his 1954 book The Last War Trail: The Utes & the Settlement of Colorado. The well-told history, complete with the voices of Indians surviving the encroachment of white settlers, has been reissued by University Press of Colorado and provides a compelling look at the conquering of the West from a Native perspective. It includes photos, drawings and maps. Buy this book now
Colorado, 1870-2000 Colorado, 1870-2000 by William Henry Jackson, John Fielder (Photographer)
The images of early west photographer William Henry Jackson captured a Colorado landscape both pristine and already affected by the onslaught of western civilization. Standing exactly where Jackson stood, and pointing his own camera in precisely the same direction, John Fielder has re-photographed Jackson's Colorado and captured the often startling changes that have occurred over the last 100 years. Breathtaking and stark, hopeful and disquieting these photographs are accompanied by the thoughtful essays of Roderick Nash, Ed Marston and Eric Paddock.

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