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Uncompahgre Valley chronicle

COFK
Fore-Kin Trails Genealogical Society
Serial /Serial with Digital Images
English
Montrose, Colorado : Fore-Kin Trails Genealogical Society, 1998
v.
Vol. 12, no. 4 (Nov 1998)-

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Quarterly.

Continues: Fore-Kin Trails quarterly newsletter.

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Each volume is indexed.

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Partial contents -- v. 12 no. 4. Uncompahgre Valley water project [includes partial index]; Montrose pioneers Evans Willerup; Montrose County, Co. pioneers Park J. Ash, Alfred Cushman; I know I was adopted... -- v. 13. Button Cemetery; Old Crawford Cemetery aka Maher Cemetery; Shinn Park; Bostwick Park; History of Chipeta Memorial and Uncompaghre Utes; Men and women in the Armed Forces from Montrose County; History of the Uncompaghre chapter Daughters of the American Revolution; The Black Swamp; A history of Paradox, Colorado; Sharing your family history; Kansas City Committee of the Fatherless Children of France [1920] -- v. 14. Valentine's Day love traditions; Some Scottish history; Stage coach rules 1870; Census; Widow invents dishwasher; Preservation of records and copies; Goals of organization; What is a "cadastral"?; Common mistakes of a genealogist; Thomsen family history; 1920 census facts -- v. 15. Newspapers; Colonial America websites; Torpedo graves; Copyright; Rolling West on emigrant trains; Fred's news stand; Calculating birth dates from tombstones; Calculating birth years from census 1790-1840, 1850-1920; Epidemic in 1883; Partial list of definitions of causes of death on old death certificates; US census dates; 1930 census; Magnetic photo albums; Valuable information in land records.

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