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Colorado's Historic Newspaper Collection

features newspapers published throughout Colorado from 1859 to 1930. Topics include Colorado statehood, the 1908 Democratic National Convention, Denver mint robbery, early days of telephone service, and early gold mines. (Institute of Museum and Library Services)

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Interesting Fact:

From "How the Titanic Met Fate," The Bayfield Blade, April 25, 1912: "Her hull rose on a shelf of the berg, just as has been surmised, and in so doing and in the subsequent recoil her bottom plates and her side post were badly torn and shattered, but there was no such terrific shock from the impact as might have been supposed, according to the preponderance of the evidence. The captain and officers at once reassured the passengers, believed that there was no immediate danger."
'Soviets to Sell Russian Crown Jewels' (Part I)- Creede Candle - February 3, 1923

Soviets to Sell Crown Jewels -- February 3, 1923


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