Colorado City may refer to some places in the United States:
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... been enormously pleased with support for intervention in Colorado City by wealthy employers, bankers and businessmen around the state, Governor Peabody hesitated ... WFM President Charles Moyer had portrayed the Colorado City intervention as unnecessary, and certainly many had seen it that way ... As in Colorado City, the civil authorities and a large number of citizens in the Cripple Creek District deplored the intervention ...
... was previously designated by 1933 on a route from Snyder through Colorado City to Sterling City ... By 1936, the route was complete from Snyder to Colorado City, but was still an earthen road ... By 1939, it was completed, with a terminus just west of Sterling City ...
... The case arose out of a wave of labor disputes, known as the Colorado Labor Wars, in the mining industry in the state of Colorado ... of Miners (WFM) organized mill workers in Colorado City, Colorado ... Although Colorado City was quiet and no public disorders of any magnitude had occurred, the employers and local authorities claimed extensive rioting had occurred and that local and county law enforcement were ...
... Colorado City may refer to some places in the United States Colorado City, Arizona Colorado City, Colorado, census designated place in Pueblo County, Colorado Old Colorado City (1859-1917 ...
... Old Colorado City, formerly Colorado City, is a national historic district in the city of Colorado Springs ... Colorado City was founded on May 22, 1859, when the Colorado Town Company, a group mainly from Denver and Auraria, laid claim to two square miles of land ... They envisioned that Colorado City would be a major supply hub via Ute Pass for the new gold mines in South Park and the Blue River, where major strikes in the Pike's Peak Gold Rush had ...
Famous quotes containing the words city and/or colorado:
“The city is all right. To live in one
Is to be civilized, stay up and read
Or sing and dance all night and see sunrise
By waiting up instead of getting up.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“I am persuaded that the people of the world have no grievances, one against the other. The hopes and desires of a man who tills the soil are about the same whether he lives on the banks of the Colorado or on the banks of the Danube.”
—Lyndon Baines Johnson (19081973)