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Photograph, Pike's Peak-The Leavenworth and Pike's Peak Express Company's Office, Denver City, K.T.
Authors: No authors specified.
Date: Between 1858 and 1860
Photograph of an illustration captioned the "Pike's Peak-The Leavenworth and Pike's Peak Express Company's Office, Denver City, K.T." The drawing shows men standing outside of the Company's office. The source for the drawing is unknown.

Keywords: Business; Denver City, Kansas Territory; Leavenworth and Pike's Peak Express Company; Photographs and Illustrations


Photograph, Pike's Peak-Street in Denver City, Kansas Territory
Authors: No authors specified.
Date: Between 1858 and 1860
Photograph of an illustration captioned Pike's Peak-Street in Denver, Kansas Territory. It shows buildings on both sides of the street, people, and wagons. The source for the drawing is unknown.

Keywords: Denver City, Kansas Territory; Photographs and Illustrations; Streets


Letter, H. H. Ropes to Dear Sir [George Collamore]
Authors: Ropes, H.H.
Date: November 12, 1859
H. H. Ropes wrote from Barilyar[?], New England, to George Collamore in Kansas Territory. Ropes inquired after, presumably, a family member, Edward, as he had not heard word from him for a long time. Ropes also commented on the poor reporting of the "Herald of Freedom," owned by George W. Brown, commenting to Collamore that "you have never yet had a decent newspaper out there."

Keywords: Arapahoe County, Kansas Territory; Brown, George W. (George Washington), 1820-1915; Collamore, George W.; Colorado; Denver City, Kansas Territory; Herald of Freedom; Mining; Newspapers; Ropes, H.H.


Handbook to the Gold Fields of Nebraska and Kansas. Being a Complete Guide to the Gold Regions of the South Platte & Cherry Creek.
Authors: Byers, William N.; Kellom, Jno. H.
Date: 1859
As the title indicated, this booklet was a guide for those want to look for gold in the Cherry Creek area near present Denver, Colorado and in the South Platte area of Nebraska. The author included an account from a miner written in 1858 on the South Platte and provided a detailed listing of the equipment needed and its cost as well as a day by day guide to the route. The booklet contained a great deal of information about and advertisements from Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Omaha City, Nebraska Territory. The author of the handbook felt that the Pike's Peak gold rush was a myth.

Keywords: Advertisements; Arapahoe County, Kansas Territory; Cherry Creek, Kansas Territory; Colorado; Council Bluffs, Iowa; Denver City, Kansas Territory; Gold mines and mining; Iowa; Nebraska Territory; Omaha City, Nebraska Territory; Pikes Peak gold rush; Travel


Letter, John McCannon to [James Montgomery]
Authors: McCannon, John
Date: May 1860
John McCannon, writing from Denver City, K. T., a location that is currently in Colorado, described the killing of a man named Akins. McCannon claimed that Akins was killed by pro-slavery supporters. McCannon also commented favorably upon the Republican Party's nomination of Abraham Lincoln as its presidential candidate.

Keywords: Akins, (?); Arapahoe County, Kansas Territory; Casualties; Colorado; Denver City, Kansas Territory; Election, Presidential, 1860; Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; McCannon, John; Montgomery, James, 1814-1871; Violent deaths


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