HISTORY

Ripe Palisade Peaches in Palisade, Colorado
Exploring The Roots Of Colorado's Culture Capitals
From the Peach Capital of Colorado to the Celery Capital of the World, Colorado towns have earned unique nicknames over the years. Many have fascinating roots.
Pea Green Store in Pea Green Corner, Colorado
Pea Green Corner Was Named After A Bucket Of Green Paint
Welcome to Pea Green Corner, a sleepy agricultural community in southwestern Colorado named after a bucket of government-issued green paint.
Watercolor painting of the haunted John B. Hindry House in Denver, Colorado (1940)
Ghost Stories From Haunted Places Across Colorado (Part 2)
From the highest peaks of Colorado to the lowest elevations, tales of haunted places abound. In the second part of a two-part series, we're sharing our favorite ghost stories from across the state.
Gated entrance to haunted Redstone Castle in Manitou Springs, Colorado
Ghost Stories From Haunted Places Across Colorado (Part 1)
From the highest peaks of Colorado to the lowest elevations, tales of haunted places abound. In the first part of a two-part series, we're sharing our favorite ghost stories from across the state.
1950s postcard of the Mile High City
A 1950s Postcard Road Trip Through Denver's Urban Parks
Postcards from the 1950s illustrate a family’s day of sightseeing in Denver’s Washington Park, City Park, Cheesman Park, and Botanic Gardens.
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Meet The Undisputed Potato King Of Colorado
From hunting whales to mining gold to cultivating potatoes, the "Potato King of Colorado" was a storied character from Colorado history.