TCM Fall 2020


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The Colorado Magazine - Fall 2020

In this issue of The Colorado Magazine, a collection of voices gives context to the toppled Union Soldier monument now on display at the History Colorado Center and Jillian Allison tells some of the big, complex, and incomplete stories of the vote, 100 years after the ratification of the 19th Amendment. Devin Flores recounts the most corrupt election in Colorado history, complete with election clerks jumping from trains and no fewer than three separate gubernatorial inaugurations. Flint Whitlock writes about Colorado's many contributions to the war effort in World War II. And state historian William Wei examines the myths and realities of immigration to the Centennial State.

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