History Colorado, the new museum that replaced a thirty-year-old facility a block away, will be dedicated today at 12th and Broadway -- marking a very good outcome for what was once a very bad idea: burying the building underground at Civic Center Park.
On Thursday, the National Trust for Historic Preservation announced that it plans to transform the 1885 Emerson School in the Capitol Hill neighborhood into a model for greening historical buildings.
E.W. Scripps, the former parent company of the Rocky Mountain News, has just issued a press release confirming information that's been circulating for a few weeks: the archives of the tabloid, which died just shy of its 150th birthday, will be preserved by the Denver Public Library. In addition, o ... More >>
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the "Rush to the Rockies." As rumors of the May 1859 gold find echoed back east, hordes of fortune-hunters started the arduous trek across the plains to the confluence of the Platte and Cherry Creek. Many never made it to what was then the Kansas Territory; ... More >>
Slide through 150 years of skiing history at the Colorado History Museum.
Have some teacakes with your history and eat them, too.
Be a Society type. At 5:30 p.m. today, the Colorado Historical Society will host a public confab on the new History Center project, to be built in the 1200 block of Broadway â€“ and not smack-dab in the middle of Civic Center Park, the original scheme when the entire 1300 block of Broadway, whi ... More >>
Take a stroll down Denvers Skid Row.
Saved by Colorado Preservation
The Colorado History Museum has put these Homeland Security tees on ice until the Columbus Day contention cools down.
The plan to move the Colorado Historical Society beneath Civic Center Park should be buried.
Clyde “Flip Flop” Smaldone is resurrected as a religious artist.
Black Hawk plays the Lace card.
Dr. Colorado leaves no tombstone unturned.
Pulitzer Prize-winning photos shine in Capture the Moment.
High School Drags roll at Bandimere
The horrors of Columbine, reduced to a single page.
Ike-Witness to History
Colorado Historical Society Tours & Treks Programs
Drunken movie stars, BB guns and more at the mansion on the hill.
Lebanon Silver Mine
John Fielder gets the big picture! That’s why his photographs are everywhere!
Colorado Historical Society photography lecture.
July 22 - 18, 1999
While historians search for the site of the Sand Creek Massacre, Laird Cometsevah listens to his ancestors.
The Colorado Historical Society has collected Indian artifacts for 120 years. Now it has to give many of them back.
THE LATEST RUNDOWN ON THE FUTURE OF THE FORNEY MUSEUM.
PRISONERS TACKLE HISTORIC-PRESERVATION PROJECTS.