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Relics Radio Podcast - S4 E45 - Ray Sumner - The Julesburg Project: What Happened After Colorado’s Darkest Day
"It was the darkest day in Colorado's history, but what happened afterward has been mostly lost to time, until now. We are talking with Ray Sumner from The Julesburg Project. Ray has been working diligently, performing research, to help tell the…
A research poster prepared for the Graduate Student Showcase 2020 held by the Graduate School at Colorado State University.
The Days After Colorado’s Darkest Day: Using Weapons and Ammunition to Date Conflicts and Identify Participants in Battle
Poster presentation made by Riley Limbaugh at the Plains Anthropology Society’s 78th Annual Meeting; Boulder, Colorado; November 10th-13th, 2021.
A poster prepared for the Student Poster Competition at the 77th Plains Anthropological Conference; Bloomington, Indiana; October 17th-19th, 2019.
The Days After Colorado’s Darkest Day: Initial Work at the Overland Tail Julesburg Station in Northeastern Colorado
Presentation at the 77th Annual Conference, Plains Anthropological Society (PAS) in Bloomington, Indiana – 18 October 2019 as part of the Student Paper Competition.
Poster presentation at the 2020 Society of Historical Archaeology Conference in Boston, MA.
The Days After Colorado’s Darkest Days: Using LIDAR at Historical Archaeology Sites on the Plains (1859-71)
Poster presented at the Plains Anthropological Society’s (PAS) 78th Annual Meeting; Boulder, Colorado; November 10-13, 2021.
The Days After Colorado's Darkest Day: Initial Work at an Early Indian Wars Battlefield in Colorado, USA
A poster presented at the 2021 Colorado Council of Professional Archeologists (CCPA) annual meeting (virtual).
You Can’t Study the Past, if You Can’t Find the Past:” Using LIDAR, Thermal, and Multispectral Imagery to Locate Indian War Conflict Sites in Colorado, USA
A presentation to the annual Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists (CCPA) annual meeting (virtual).
Poster presented at the 2020 CCPA annual meeting. The poster won best undergraduate poster in the student poster competition.
2022 GPR results from Fort Sedgwick Post Cemetery
A bottle fragment collected by Philo Holcombe or members of the Holcombe family from the Julesburg Station (Julesburg No.1.) site.