Browsing Geography and Geospatial Sciences Faculty Research and Publications by Subject "Colorado"

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Browsing Geography and Geospatial Sciences Faculty Research and Publications by Subject "Colorado"

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  • Smith, Jeffrey S. (2012-11-01)
    Positioned on the northern edge of the Hispano homeland, the southern portion of the old Sangre de Cristo Land Grant (present-day Costilla County, Colorado) provides an interesting empirical study of cultural change. After ...
  • Blake, Kevin S. (2010-05-27)
    The fifty-four Colorado Fourteeners— mountains more than 14,000 feet in elevation—were early symbols of westward expansion, mineral wealth, and wondrous scenery, and they are increasingly popular as environmental icons in ...
  • Blake, Kevin S. (2010-08-09)
    The glaciated ranges of southwestern Colorado constituting the San Juan Mountains are culturally significant to residents and visitors. As certain mountains are imbued with meaning, they become "peaks of identity," tangible ...
  • Smith, Jeffrey S. (2012-11-13)
    Continued rural to urban migration is helping to motivate cultural geographers to better understand the complexity of the urban structure. Interpreting patterns of gender, class, ethnicity, and commercialization have proven ...
  • Smith, Jeffrey S. (2012-11-14)

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