3 edition of Geology tour of Denver"s buildings and monuments found in the catalog.
Geology tour of Denver"s buildings and monuments
Jack A. Murphy
by Historic Denver in cooperation with Denver Museum of Natural History in Denver, Colo
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 91-93) and index.
|Statement||Jack A. Murphy.|
|Series||Historic Denver guides|
|LC Classifications||F784.D48 A2 1995b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||96151426|
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A tour of prominent downtown Denver, Colorado-area buildings & monuments from the perspective Geology tour of Denvers buildings and monuments book a geologist focusing on their stonework. With text, photos, drawings and map.
An entry in publisher's Historic Denver Guides series. A compact softcover in green-toned wraps, with photo of the Denver City & County Building to cover. Geology tour with sketch map of Capitol Hill. Includes information about the historical scene, architects and architecture, Denver's geologic setting, geology of building stones, Colorado's geologic history, and descriptions of building stones on the tour.
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A Geological Tour of Denver, Golden, and Colorado's Front Range. By Jack Barkstrom. Dakota Group (South Platte & Lytle Formation) & Morrison Formation - Interstate 70 roadcut at the Morrison exit west of Denver.
Pikes Peak, at one billion years, is not the oldest geological structure in Colorado. Tour of Denver's Religious Buildings (Self Guided), Denver. Denver has a wide variety of religious buildings, including churches, temples and cathedrals, each of which is interesting in its own way.
Many of Denver's churches date back to the 18th century. Take this tour to admire Denver's most beautiful places of worship. And, since Denver had many more wealthy residents than Colorado Springs during during the years to when much of the stone was quarried, there was more Red Rock Canyon stone used in Denver buildings than in Colorado Springs buildings.
Some of Denver’s most striking buildings built from to incorporate stone from Red Rock Canyon. Apr 20, · Granite is used because it resists weathering and abrasion; it bears significant weight and can be polished to a shine.
According to the Wesleyan University Geology Department, granite has been used in building monuments since the great pyramid at Giza was lined with large blocks of it. It has been mined since the 19th century in the Americas. Jun 21, · We look at 15 of the oldest buildings in Denver for the Chart of the Week.
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Kirk R. Johnson and Robert G. Raynolds, "Ancient Denvers: Scenes from the Past Million Years of the Colorado Front Range," Denver Museum of Nature & Science, (Denver Denver Building History Tutorial. Most Denver buildings were not designed directly by an architect, and unless the plans are somewhere in the building or with the owner, it may be impossible to find them.
Many contractors used plans from plan books or mail order sources like Sears. Although Denver likes to present itself as a modern, prosperous and forward-looking city, it also takes pride in its roots and is home to numerous restored landmarks, monuments and preserved cultural and historical attractions.
Highlights include streets of Victorian-era homes. The Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists is a nonprofit organization whose purposes are to promote interest in geology and allied sciences and their practical application, to foster scientific research and to encourage fellowship and cooperation among its members.
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Mines Museum, home to one of Colorado’s two Goodwill moon rocks collected during the Apollo 17 mission, had its beginnings in with the collection of geologist, Arthur Lakes, and includes the historic Colorado State Mineral Collection created by the Bureau of Mines in the ’s.
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