U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
|DAP- Historic Archaeology- Homesteads & Historic Sites|
Homesteads & Households:
Farming, Ranching, and Domestic Life
CLICK TO EXPLORE THESE HISTORIC ARCHAEOLOGY SITES:
Baker, Steven 1939
A Brief View of Homesteading in the Primary Project Area with a Test Model of the Basic Homesteading Periods Dolores Archaeological Program Technical Reports 022. Final report submitted to the Bureau of Reclamation, Upper Colo. Region, Salt Lake City, in compliance with Contract No. 8-07-40-SO562.
Clabber Girl 2011, Our Heritage web resource accessed June 27, 2011.
Hayter, Earl W. 1939 "Barbed Wire Fencing, a Prairie Invention: Its Rise and Influence in the Western States" in Agricultural History 13(4): 189-207.
Louden Hay Tools Catalog (n.d.) web resource accessed July 5, 2011.
McFadden, Joseph M. 1978 "Monopoly in Barbed Wire: The Formation of the American Steel and Wire Company" in Business History Review 52(4): 465-489.
Roberts, David 1930 The Practical Home Veterinarian. Dr. David Roberts' Veterinary Co., Waukesha, WI.
Simoniz Company History 2010 web resource accessed June 27, 2011.
British Medical Journal 8 July 1911:77-79.
"The Composition of Certain Secret Remedies: Kidney Medicines"
White, John. 1981. The Kuhlman-Periman Ranch
Historic American Building Survey, National Park Service
Our Past – The Portals to the Future: An Oral History of Dolores and the Surrounding Areas
compiled by Carole Arnold. Johnson Printing, Boulder, CO.
(This book has some amazing interviews with people from the area.)