Smith, Duane Allan
SMITH, Duane Allan
SMITH, Duane Allan. American, b. 1937. Genres: History. Career: Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO, professor of history, 1964-. Publications: Rocky Mountain Mining Camps: The Urban Frontier, 1967; (with Ubbelohde and Benson) A Colorado History, 1972, 8th ed., 2001; Horace Tabor: His Life and the Legend, 1973; Silver Saga: The Story of Caribou, Colorado, 1974; Colorado Mining, 1977; (with Weber) Fortunes Are for the Few: Letters of Forty-Niner, 1977; Rocky Mountain Boom Town: A History of Durango, 1980; Secure the Shadow: Lachlan McLean, Colorado Mining Photographer, 1980; (with Vandenbusche) A Land Alone: Colorado's Western Slope, 1981; (with Ubbelohde and Benson) A Colorado Reader, 1982; Song of the Hammer and Drill, 1982; When Coal Was King: A History of Crested Butte, Colorado 1880-1952, 1984; (with Lamm) Pioneers and Politicans: Ten Colorado Governors in Profile, 1984; (with Metcalf and Noel) Colorado: Heritage of the Highest State, 1984; Mining America: The Industry and the Environment 1800-1980, 1987; Mesa Verde National Park, 1988; The Birth of Colorado, 1989; Sacred Trust: The Birth and Development of Fort Lewis College, 1991; (with Ellis) Colorado: A History in Photographs, 1991; Prisoner of the Emperor: An American POW in World War II; Rocky Mountain West: Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana 1859-1915; (with Noel) Colorado: The Highest State, 1995; Durango Diary, 1996; Colorado: Our Colorful State, 1999; The Legendary Line: Durango to Silverton, 1999; (with Brown) "No One Ailing Except a Physician," 2001; Staking a Claim in History: The Evolution of the Homestake Mining Company, 2001; Henry M. Teller, 2002; The Ballad of Baby Doe, 2002; A Visit with the Tomboy Bride, 2003. Address: 2911 Cedar Ave, Durango, CO 81301, U.S.A.