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Group sledding in Denver by Harry Rhodes (taken between 1920 and 1940)

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Group sledding in Denver by Harry Rhodes (taken between 1920 and 1940)

Kids' Online Resources for Colorado Research

Here is a list of our favorite Denver Public Library online resources and databases with information about Colorado and Colorado history.


Colorful Coloradans: Biographies for Kids - Information about remarkable people from Colorado history. This resource is put together by the Western History and Genealogy Department of Denver Public Library and does not require a library card to access.

Some interesting people to get you started:

Burnis McCloud - Photographer who created the largest visual record of Denver's African-American history

Rachel Noel - A pioneer in education, Rachel Noel helped integrate the Denver Public School system and provide equal opportunities to all Denver students.

Luis Rovira - Judge who worked to modernize the Colorado courts, and was the United States' first ever Hispanic chief justice.


CultureGrams States - Explore each of the United States in colorful, kid-friendly reports.

So much great information about Colorado is located right here:

Colorado, The Centennial State


Explora for Kids - Find articles and facts for research papers, class projects or homework. Get information from trustworthy sources that you can cite in your papers.

Topics to get you started:

Colorado

Colorado History

Colorado Geography


Primary Search for Elementary School Resources - A full-text database providing popular children’s magazines, easy-to-read encyclopedia entries and a vast image collection.

Topics to get you started:

Colorado

Colorado History