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From Rufus “Potato” Clark and Henry Augustus Buchtel to Woodstock West and the 2012 Presidential Debate on campus, Colorado Experience highlights the many the University of Denver’s 150 year legacy.
Uncover the secrets of the United States Air Force Academy with a look at the significant events, landmarks and accomplishments over the last 60 years.
This Colorado Experience episode follows one Colorado family who moved west only to find themselves in the middle of one of the largest environmental disasters to hit the plains.
Colorado’s Cold War explores the legacy of Rocky Flats and the local impact of a global conflict.
What happened to the Ancient Puebloans of Mesa Verde and Crow Canyon? Historians and archaeologists discuss the possibility that this drastic move might have been due to a devastating drought.
Go insde the Peterson Air Force Base command center for The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) to discover all that they do to protect the United States and Canada.
On Nov. 29, 1864, Colonel John Chivington led an attack the resulted in the deaths of over one hundred men, women and children. This episode revisits the horrific events 150 years later.
1968 was a pivotal year in U.S. history: the Vietnam War, Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassinated and riots at the Democratic National Convention. In Colorado, the Chicano Movement arose.