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Montezuma County

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    Montezuma County, home of Mesa Verde National Park, was established in 1889.
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Phil Carson, Across the Northern Frontier: Spanish Explorations in Colorado (Boulder, CO: Johnson Printing, 1998).

Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado, “2013 Development Report: Montezuma County, Colorado,” 2013.

Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado, “Montezuma County Economic Development Strategy Update 2011,” 2011.

Ira S. Freeman, A History of Montezuma County (Boulder, CO: Johnson Publishing, 1958).

Jonathon C. Horn, “Landscape-Level History of the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument, Montezuma and Dolores Counties, Colorado” (Montrose, CO: Alpine Archaeological Consultants, 2004).

Rose Houk and Faith Marcovecchio, eds., Mesa Verde National Park: The First 100 Years, Mesa Verde Museum Association (Golden, CO: Fulcrum Publishing, 2006).

“Montezuma County, Colorado” (Grand Junction, CO: Winfield’s Press, 1926).

Paul M. O’Rourke, Frontier in Transition: A History of Southwestern Colorado (Denver: Bureau of Land Management, 1992).

Jill Seyfarth,  “Historic Buildings Survey: Montezuma Avenue, Cortez, Colorado 2012,” (Durango, CO: Cultural Resource Planning, 2012).

Virginia McConnell Simmons, The Ute Indians of Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico (Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 2000).

US Department of Agriculture, “2012 Census of Agriculture County Profile: Montezuma County, Colorado,” National Agricultural Statistics Service.

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