Articles that feature, in part or in whole, old cemeteries of historic mining communities in the Colorado Rockies.
Gravestones in Evergreen Cemetery tell stories of Leadville's past.
The peaceful, overgrowing cemeteries of Knights of Pythias and Central City. Learning some history of the area from the epitaphs.
Finding meager remains of Caribou Cemetery, and exploring mines and areas around Caribou.
Epitaphs and stories from some of the 19th century miners buried in the hilltop cemetery. Also a tour inside the Argo Tunnel and Mill, a revolutionary water drainage and ore transport system for its day.
A stroll through Jamestown Cemetery, where the texts of many of the gravestones are weathered beyond recognition — now the playground of colorful lichen.
Resting place for residents of Nevadaville, now a ghost town, and Central City.
In the Bald Mountain Cemetery, Bennett Seymour, prominent citizen of Nevadaville in the 1800s.
Explore what life was like for 1800s miners and their families high in the Colorado Rockies.