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Excerpt from The Cripple Creek Strike of 1893
Finally the essay illustrates the fact that there are brilliant Opportunities for the student of economics and history in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain region. Here is practically virgin soil almost untouched by the student or the historian. Here, too, it is possible to study the frontier at. Close range, and to carry out for states and sections, that magnificent line or research work which Professor Turner of Wisconsin, and others are doing so admirably for the country as a whole.
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