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Blecha's Colorado place names : a genealogical & historical guide to Colorado sites

by Arvid D. "Mike" Blecha ; edited by Doris L. (Salmen) Elliott
Books/Monographs
English
Denver, Colorado : Colorado Genealogical Society, c2001
xviii, 468, A1-A10, B1-B2 p.

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"The research and reference material for this publication came almost exclusively from the many years of work of Mr. A. D. Blecha. ... James Grafton Rodgers' place names cards was the largest single resource used by Mr. Blecha and still remains as the most comprehensive lisitng for Colorado places. The work of Mr. Rodgers and many of the individuals provided information are listed in Appendix A, Bibliography."--Acknowledgements

Includes historical notes for many entries.

Appendix B lists names and abbreviations of railroads.

Bibliography: p. A1-A10.

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