Boulder County Commissioner's Journal:,1871-1874: An Annotated Transcription ... more
Directory of Genealogical and Historical Societies, Libraries and Museums in the US and Canada, 2016 ... more
Today, there are more than 22,000 historical and genealogical societies, 10,000 public and private libraries, archives and collections, and 15,000 historical, home, schoolhouse, pioneer and depot museums listed in the Directory and more information coming in daily.
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Rocky Ford, Colorado--A Walk Past Local Doors
Anyone with a connection to Rocky Ford, Colorado will enjoy over 500 historical and modern photographs collected from the public library, museum, other archives and private collectors by author and former resident David J. Muth. His fondness for the community stems from his childhood spent in the Arkansas Valley. Explore Rocky Ford, Colorado from the earliest plat around the time Colorado became a state in 1876 through the days when the melons were harvested and brought to town in horse-drawn wagons for annual Watermelon Days, a festival tradition that is carried on today. read more
AUTHOR DINA C. CARSON will be teaching a full week seminar entitled Writing and Publishing in the Digital Age, for the Salt Lake Instute of Genealogy in January 2018.
For those of you who have never attended a genealogical institute, it is a chance for you to spend an entire week diving deep in to a subject that will help your research, and in this case writing. Mark your calendars, the institute dates are January 21st-26th, 2018. Registration begins on July 8th, 2017. For more information, click here.