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Carl Abbott. Colorado: A History of the Centennial State. Colorado Associated University Press. 1976. 324pp.

Robert W. Adler. Restoring Colorado River Ecosystems: A Troubled Sense of Immensity. Island Press. 2007. 311pp.

Mel Griffiths; Lynnell Rubright. Colorado: A Geography. Westview Press. 1983. 325pp.

Andrew Gulliford. Boomtown Blues: Colorado Oil Shale, 1885-1985. University Press of Colorado. 1989. 302pp.

Le Roy Reuben Hafen. Colorado: The Story of a Western Commonwealth. Peerless Publishing Co.. 1933. 328pp.

J. Donald Hughes. American Indians in Colorado. Pruett Publishing Co.. 1987. 145pp.

Stephen J. Leonard. Trials and Triumphs: A Colorado Portrait of the Great Depression, With FSA Photographs. University Press of Colorado. 1993. 313pp.

Thomas J. Noel; Debra B. Faulkner. Colorado: An Illustrated History of the Highest State. American Historical Press. 2006. 400pp.

Dale A. Oesterle; Richard B. Collins. The Colorado State Constitution: A Reference Guide. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2002. 489pp.

Eugene Parsons. The Making of Colorado: A Historical Sketch. Chicago: A. Flanagan Company. 1908. 324pp.

Carl Ubbelohde; Duane A. Smith; Maxine Benson. A Colorado History. Boulder, CO: Pruett Publishing. 1976. 390pp.

James Whiteside. Colorado: A Sports History. University Press of Colorado. 1999. 494pp.

William Wyckoff. Creating Colorado: The Making of a Western American Landscape, 1860-1940. Yale University Press. 1999. 336pp.




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