Historic Garden Park Fossil Area
Heading West We know that Marshall traveled in a wagon train in the spring of 1866 first along the St. Joe Road, then the Great Platte River Road, and come into Denver on the Overland Trail. The St. Joe road can be approximated along any number of state...
George Felch Most information in this blog is paraphrased or quoted from a book published by the Seventh New Hampshire Veteran Association in 1896 entitled the Seventh Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers in the War of the Rebellion written by Henry Little. George Felch...
Charles parents John and Anna were both born in the Bern Switzerland area before migrating to Tuscarawas County Ohio in the 1830's. They probably lived in the Sugar Creek area that is known for both its Amish and Swiss heritage. They were later married in 1848 and...
Sarah "Sadie" Felch parents were Marshall Parker Felch and Amanda Matilda Felch, two civil war veterans who were living in Montezuma which was a young silver mining camp in the summer of 1868. Amanda was running a small boarding hotel and Marshall was working as a...
Marshall and Amanda
- Amanda Colburn - the Northeast Kingdom
- Mustering In
- Button Hole Scissors
- Matron in Charge
- Shoe "Peggers"
- A Most Abominable Dress
- Whiskey, Quinine, and Hot Rocks
- If I had a wagon...
- Denver City - Colorado Territory
- This Land is our Land
- A Smart Vermont Yankee and His Wife, a Smarter Vermont Yankee Woman
- Grinders, Claws, Darwin, and Dinosaurs
- Fossils Take Center Stage