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Rocky Mountains
9/25/2009
Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Utah and Wyoming

Scale the highest peaks for your family history research in Denver.

A gold rush brought settlers to the foothills of the Rockies in 1859, and as more gold was discovered, Denver became a booming town. Now a major metropolis with a population larger than Wyoming's, the Mile High City houses many family history resources for those with Western ancestry.

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