sponsored projects. Oate put down a revolt. Pueblo People, Ancient Traditions Modern Lives, Marica Keegan, Clear Light Publishers, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1998, profusely illustrated hardback, isbn Elsie Clews Parsons, Pueblo Indian Religion (2 vols., Chicago, 1939). Inside pages carried just as many stories about local authorities trying to keep a lid on underground hooch operations. A similar proposal for Minnequa residents was defeated. Census, Pueblo's population in the mid-1920s neared 50,000 people and was growing at a healthy rate.6 percent per year. Opposition to the proposal generally came from two directions. Meanwhile, Puebloans were relishing an era of progress.
And one of the big plans for 1936 was a radical notion to build a sewage treatment plant so the city could stop dumping sewage into the Arkansas River. Photos, biographical information from History of Colorado published.J.
The paper had a story about four local surviving Civil War veterans on Memorial Day 1936. Edgar Chenoweth, who represented Pueblo and Southern Colorado. More than 100 men were killed in the Primero mine explosion. . Three months later, singer Bing Cosby visited the airbase and entertained troops in the officers club. He was credited with getting interstate 70 extended through Colorado, and eventually, to the West Coast. With an entrepreneurial flash uncommon for Pueblo, Jones served as a member of the Urban Renewal Authority, a leader of the Pueblo Economic Development Corp. That gave steelworkers at least 7 cents more on the dollar than they had been getting, but they continued demanding an end to the scrip system and payment more often than once a month. In the 1921 flood, his lumber yard was wiped out under 13 feet of water but he rebuilt. They also maintain at the present time considerable herds of cattle, horses, etc. Sensationalism and celebrity-mongering rivaled anything we have today.
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