Chronicling the people, places, and events of the
state's colorful history, Colorado: The
Highest State is the story of how Colorado grew up. Through
booms and busts in farming and ranching, mining and railroading,
and water and oil, Colorado's past is a cycle of
ups and downs as high as the state's peaks and as
low as its canyons. The second edition is the result of a major
revision, with updates on all material, two new chapters, and
ninety new photos.
Each chapter is followed by questions, suggested activities,
recommended reading, a "Did you know?" trivia section, and
recommended websites, movies, and other multimedia that highlight
the important concepts covered and lead the reader to more
information. Additionally, the book is filled with photographs,
making Colorado: The Highest State a fantastic text for
middle and high school Colorado history courses.
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