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Colorado 1870-2000 Volume I, Second Edition…. NOW OUT OF PRINT
After a 21 year run and 200,000 copies in print, it is no longer possible to economically reprint this extraordinary book. Nevertheless, copies are to be found. Click Buy Product below to get to Amazon and other vendors who may still have new or used copies. NOTE: Colorado 1870-2000 Volume II (the rest of the project) is still in print and available for purchase! In 1998, acclaimed Colorado nature photographer John Fielder drove 25,000 miles and backpacked another 500 in order to stand exactly where his 19th century equivalent, William Henry Jackson, stood. From 300 different vantage points, Fielder pointed his camera in exactly the same direction as Jackson once had in order to reveal the changes in the Colorado landscape that have occurred over more than a century. Lots of change, a little change, no change, change for the better, and change for the worse…you decide! 156 of these then & now photo pairs are published in Colorado 1870-2000 Volume I, the leather-bound “big brown book” that has made history as Colorado's all-time bestselling regional title. This new Second Edition contains the same photographs as the First Edition, but we have added Dr. Tom Noel’s, Colorado’s best known historian, commentary about the changes inherent in many of the photo pair from then to now. From Denver to Georgetown and Aspen to Mesa Verde, the difference in Colorado's most historic towns and settlements is often remarkable and in some cases shocking. On the other hand, many of Jackson's original venues look much as they did a hundred years ago. You will revisit the photographs in the book time and again searching for more changes!