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"Atlas of Colorado Ghost Towns, Volume 1." Leanne Boyd and Glenn Carson, Cache Press, New Mexico, 1984, 134 pages. Containing Colorado ghost towns from Adams to Kiowa Counties. TM3

"Colorado Families: A Territorial Heritage." The Colorado Genealogical Society, Inc, Denver, CO 1981. In 1974 the Colorado Gene. Soc. requested that everyone with ancestors in Colorado before Jan 1, 1877 submit information about them and their descendants for publication. Every pioneer was eligible. The book includes some 40,000 individuals. One Chinese clan is included.Each family or researcher provided names, birth, education, marriage, children, occupation, etc. starting with the first Coloradans. MM8

"Colorado Marriages, 1858-1939, Denver Public Library." CD-ROM. (Denver: Colorado Genealogical Society, 2004), listing both spouse names, date of marriage, county and license number. TM3

"Guide to the Colorado Ghost Towns and Mining Camps." Author Perry Eberhart 1969. The Swallow Press, Chicago. Hundreds of ghost towns and former mining camps. S15

Clear Creek Co.

Assorted Clear Creek Co. History Books; for more information, see: DS3

Denver Co.

"Denver City Directory 1977." Polk 1977. Can look up Names of Denver Residents or Addresses of Denver Residents. 1977. L12

Gilpin Co.

Assorted Gilpin Co. History Books; for more information, see: DS3

San Juan Co.

"The Story of Hillside Cemetery, Silverton, San Juan Cty., Colorado." Freda Carley Peterson, San Juan County Historical Society, 1996. NOB