Historic Garden Park Fossil Area
Marshall and Amanda
- 1) Amanda Colburn - the Northeast Kingdom
- 2) Mustering In
- 3) Button Hole Scissors
- 4) Matron in Charge
- 5) Shoe "Peggers"
- 6) A Most Abominable Dress
- 7) Whiskey, Quinine, and Hot Rocks
- 8) Boston
- 9) If I had a wagon...
- 10) Denver City - Colorado Territory
- 11) This Land is our Land
- 12) A Smart Vermont Yankee and His Wife, a Smarter Vermont Yankee Woman
- 13) Kids, Corn, Cows, and old Bones
- 14) 1877
- 15) Oramel and Ira
- 16) The Three Rocks
- 17) Rejoicing in Four of Five Languages
- 18) Without a Scratch
- 19) Marshall's Masterpiece
- 20) The Hands Whoso Beauty Was Duty Done
- 21) Sarah
- 22) In Life and Death, Yours, Gertrude
- 23) You Better Not Do That
Sarah "Sadie" Felch parents were Marshall Parker Felch and Amanda Matilda Felch, two civil war veterans. They were living in the pioneer town of Denver in 1867 about where where Cherry Creek meets the Platte River, an area today known as LODO or lower downtown....
The Royal Gorge Regional Museum and History Center is located at 612 Royal Gorge Blvd (U.S. Highway 50) in historic downtown Canon City. The Paleontology wing of this facility is on the second floor within the DeWeese Gallery. This gallery contains paleontology...
Background All the information at the beginning of this post is available to provide some context. This ghost story that was conveyed by Marshall P. Felch to Fitz-Mac in 1884 will be told in its entirety further into the post. This story was located in the Western...
As I have been researching the Marsh Felch Dinosaur Quarry story, I've become acquainted with Amanda Farnham Felch and over time have come to appreciate her toughness, kindness, and ability to get things done. She has become famous in her own right for the tremendous...