2 edition of The Edge of Beulah found in the catalog.
|Statement||Breakwater Books Ltd|
|Publishers||Breakwater Books Ltd|
|LC Classifications||January 1, 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 61 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
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She was seen wandering the woods around her house, calling to the children that were lost in the fire. Blue jeans from Montgomery Wards were. Governor Routt, the first and seventh governor of Colorado, and Otto Mears, the famed Colorado toll and railroad builder, visited the Beulah quarries, and were impressed. My parents, William and Ethel Roper moved to the new house sometime in 1924, after they were married Dec.
The land has been handed down to later generations in the years since. They had four children, and one on the way when Merritt was killed in the marble quarry.
teleplay by 849 episodes, 1968-1983. In early summer we often ate rabbit, either our own or wild cottontails we hunted. The Chieftain announced that the Beulah quarry would close in May of 1900, and no other reference to quarry production occurs after that date.
Kelley unsuccessfully tried to promote a railroad to Beulah and the quarries in 1899 shortly before they closed. Plaster repair — both flat surfaces and ornamentation were executed by Rebekah Jamerson, Master Plasterer, Nathan Jamerson, Apprentice and Bill McArthur, Master Plasterer. 8470 Savage Road offers some of the most picturesque views in all of Colorado.
We wore cast-off clothing from the Salvation Army store, or whatever my grandmother could find among her friends in Canon City.
The point is in the meaning of the word.
If it was handled just right the bucket would tip over in the river to get a nearly full bucket.
Beulah marble is geologically a liesegang-banded limestone with the multi-stage banding formed by repeated groundwater deposition of hematite.