History Colorado staff and other writers chronicle the latest preservation success stories, share new perspectives on the past, and peer behind the scenes into the care and documentation of our collections. Read on to learn about how rare collections of historic artifacts and photographs are stored, cared for, and put on view. Find out what Colorado communities are doing to preserve their past for future generations. And, read in-depth histories of Colorado people and events of the past that still matter to us today.
Hispano and Latino Coloradans have long used murals as a way to celebrate and share culture. Murals that have captured this culture and its change over time are currently under threat due to rapid urban development as well as the natural wear and tear that comes with outdoor spaces.
History Colorado is gathering and sharing memories that celebrate our state’s rich Hispano culture. Here, Sofia and Gabriela share the third in our new monthly series produced exclusively withThe Weekly Issue/El Semanario.
Summer is a time for camping trips, relaxing by the pool, and grilling on the patio - all of which are even better when accompanied by an incredible book.
You probably already know about American gems like The Shining and On the Road that feature Colorado destinations. Here’s some lesser-known books about a variety of topics related to Colorado history we recommend you check out this summer.
History Colorado is gathering and sharing memories that celebrate our state’s rich Hispano culture. Here, Madalena Salazar shares the second in our new monthly series produced exclusively withThe Weekly Issue/El Semanario.
There’s nothing like summer in Colorado. Between camping trips, baseball games, and picnics in the park, we know there’s no lack of things to do. We’ve got lots of exciting plans for inspiring wonder at History Colorado Center this summer and we don’t want you to miss out! Be sure to pen these into your calendar so you can have some fun with us before the season is through.