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Discover the lives and legacies of Denver’s leaders

History happened quickly in Denver. In just fifty years, the city grew from a mining outpost of crude cabins to a thriving city with the stately neighborhood residences of Civic Center and Capitol Hill. Denver’s wealthy were world citizens who reflected the times in their desire to bring art and culture to the city.

Audio Stories

To listen by phone, dial the Trek Connect phone number 303.562.2407. Enter the corresponding story number followed by the # sign.

Story Site #3 Byers Evans House Museum- Byers segment

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Story Site #8 Byers Evans House Museum- Evans segment

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Oral History #208 told by Margaret Hayden

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Oral History #209 told by Ethlelind Elbert Austin

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Story Site #6 Molly Brown House Museum

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Oral History #206 told by Maryellen Clifford

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Oral History #207 told by Kerri Atter

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Story Site #14 & #15 Kirkland Museum

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Oral History #214 told by Hugh Grant

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Oral History #216 told by Hugh Grant

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Story Site #9 Crawford Hill Mansion

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Story Site #10 Governor's Residence

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Story Site #11 Country Club Neighborhood

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Story Site #12 Cheesman Park

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Oral History #212 told by Dennis Gallagher

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Story Site #13 St. Stoiberhof Mansion

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Story Site #2 15 & Broadway

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Comments

Just did the “Shedding the Frontier Rawness” trek on Labor Day. Was a wonderful tour— I especially liked seeing some sites that were new to me, in spite of many years of learning Denver History — like the Kirkland Museum and the Stoiberhof Mansion.

Nancy Mead

over 7 years ago, nancymead

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