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Spanish Exploration in Western Colorado

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References: 

Steven G. Baker, “Trails, Trade, and West-Central Colorado’s Gateway Tradition: Ethnohistorical Observations,” Southwestern Lore 74 (2008).

Steven G. Baker, Juan Rivera’s Colorado—1765: Spaniards among the Ute and Paiute Indians on the Trails to Teguayo: The Comprehensive Illustrated Trail Study and Ethnohistory, trans. Rick Hendricks, illus. Gail Carroll Sargent (Lake City, CO: Western Reflections, 2014).

Herbert E. Bolton, Pageant in the Wilderness: The Story of the Escalante Expedition to the Interior Basin (Salt Lake City: Utah State Historical Society, 1972).Fray Angelico Chávez, trans., and Ted J. Warner, ed., The Dominguez-Escalante Journal: Their Expedition through Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico in 1776 (Provo: Brigham Young University Press, 1976).

Donald C. Cutter, “Forerunners of the Old Spanish Trail? I’ll Give You Six,” Spanish Traces 10 (2004).

Dominguez and Escalante, Historical Marker Database.

Joseph P. Sánchez, Explorers, Traders, and Slavers: Forging the Old Spanish Trail (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1997).

Utah Historical Society, Expedition to the Interior Basin, 1776 (Salt Lake City: Utah Historical Society, 1950).

Ted J. Warner, The Dominguez-Escalante Journal: Their Expedition through Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico in 1776 (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1995).

Additional Information: 

Frederic J. Athearn, A Forgotten Kingdom: The Spanish Frontier in Colorado and New Mexico, 1540–1821 (Denver: Bureau of Land Management, 1992).

Phil Carson, Across the Northern Frontier: Spanish Explorations in Colorado (Boulder, CO: Johnson Books, 1998).

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