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Clouds over Fort Collins: settlement, urban expansion, and flooding along a layered landscape
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Fort Collins, Colorado, home to over 150,000 people along the northern Front Range, is prone to flood. This natural disaster threat is not a recent development nor a strictly natural problem. Rather, flooding in Fort Collins ...
Beet borderland: Hispanic workers, the sugar beet, and the making of a northern Colorado landscape
At the turn of the nineteenth century, the arrival of the sugar beet industry wrought change in northern Colorado. The sugar beet was a totally new plant-it was unlike corn, wheat, alfalfa and other crops that local farmers ...
Development of the Fort Collins Mormon community during the twentieth century, The
Author(s):McGehee, Linda C.
Separated by the formidable Rocky Mountains from Brigham Young's Utah stronghold, the northern Colorado town of Fort Collins was not numbered among the western settlements founded by members of the Church of Jesus Christ ...