The Eagle Rock Shelter at the north end of the Gunnison Gorge is the oldest site of human occupation in Colorado and holds artifacts left by its residents.
In handmade trousers with retrofitted eyeglasses and vintage camping supplies, Ben Jenkins will re-enact the 1860s on a 35-day hike along the mountainous Colorado Trail.
Some of our favorite recent Colorado Matters interviews about state history include “Colorado Vanguards,” profiles of people who shaped the state. Then, an effort to revive Colorado’s original state song. And, the state historian on some little-known aspects of Colorado’s past.
Adopted in 1915, A.J. Fynn’s song is little known today. Constitutional law scholar Rob Natelson wants to change that.
Colorado history is full of pioneer legends like Pike, Long and Routt. But there are other, less well-known names like Sabin, Barela and Bent, too.
A collection of amorous correspondence from the past on are on display this month.
The four sites chosen for the 2016 most endangered places list collectively span over 100 years of Colorado's history.
To weed out sexual predators in youth sports, two state lawmakers want to require background checks for people who coach, but critics question if screening would do much good. Then, if I ask you to think of artifacts from Colorado's history, would you picture a tofu cauldron? Also, Denver true-crime writer Harry Maclean thinks people are too quick to separate themselves from animals and how it influences his view of murder. And, 2015 was a big year for classical music in Colorado, with the first new recording from the Colorado Symphony in years.