Colorado Agriculture Bibliography
The Colorado Agriculture Bibliography is a comprehensive bibliography of core literature related to the study of agriculture and rural life in Colorado, 1820-1945. The key topics for this grant-funded project are agriculture, education, home economics, irrigation and water, mining and geology, recreation and tourism, sugar beets, and transportation. The scope is reflective of a broad view of the history of Colorado, for "Colorado was and is more than just growing crops: mountain ranges, watersheds, and pioneer trails shaped the lives of Coloradans."1 The complete bibliography2
The Colorado Agriculture Bibliography is divided into two digital collections, the first containing
The Colorado State Libraries gratefully acknowledges the support of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), which funded
1Watson, Renae J., Allison V. Level, and Beth Oehlerts (2019). "Ten Years and Counting: Preserving and Sharing Colorado's Agricultural History Online,"
2For more information about the bibliography, please visit Colorado Agriculture and Rural Life: Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Material Published 1820-1945.
3Managed by USAIN, the Agriculture Network Information Collaborative, and the Center for Research Libraries.