Colorado Flag Border

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Recent Colorado Headlines

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Pikes Peak in the winter of 1890. El Paso County

picture from National Archives

A symbolic picture of two miners and a donkey on the side of Pikes Peak. Images like this typify the rugged individual myth cherished by those in the American west. Pikes peak has long been represinative of Colorados mountain history.

see Leadville 1879

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other pictures of interest

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