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Social Life in Western Mining Camps

The 2014 Speaker Series

Local History Comes Alive

Historical Talks sponsored by:

Broomfield Depot Museum

and

Crescent Grange

This month's topic:

Social Life in Western Mining Camps
Speaker: Dr. Fawn-Amber Montoya - Associate Professor of History / Coordinator of Chicano Studies, Colorado State University - Pueblo and Co-Chair of the Ludlow Centennial Commemoration Commission
Free and Open to the public

Note: the Crescent Grange can be hard to find. Construction in the area has changed some of the surrounding road names. GPS may not be accurate. We highly recommend printing a map to this 100 year old building if you are not familiar with its location.

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