Trinidad Historical Society DVD Order Form

$20.00 each + $5.00 Shipping and Handling
Mail Order Form and make check payable to Trinidad Historical Society, P.O. Box 176 Trinidad, CO 81082

Videos Available

A History of Trinidad School District # 1 - narrated by Steve Marintino. Pictures, stories, people.

Trinidad During World War II - Jerry Stokes. Anecdotes, stories, songs.

Historic Architecture of Trinidad -- Ken Fletcher. Featuring the Rapp Bros., pictures, stories.

The Story of Colorado Fuel & Iron (CF&I) and the Bessemer Historical Society -- Maria Sanchez. Mining, industry, immigration in Las Animas County.

Bent's Old Fort & Uncle "Dick" Wootton's Toll Road -- Phil LaLena. Bent's Fort to Raton Pass, the Santa Fe Trail.

Boggsville -- Richard Carrillo. An overview of Southeast Colorado History, archaeological dig and restoration at Boggsville, last home of Kit Carson and the first un-fortified settlement in S.E. Colorado.

Camp Trinidad -- Carla Chacon Thompson.
Pictures, stories, history, of the World War II German prisoner of war camp located just to the east of Trinidad.

Black Cowboy George MeJunkin and the Folsum Spear Point Find.-- Richard Louden.

Historic Houses of Worship in Trinidad-- Ken Fletcher.

Early Hispanic Religious Folk Art-- John Jimenez.

History of Trinidad State Junior College-- Pete Deluca

Archaeology in the Purgatoire River-- Bonnie Clark

The Penitente Brotherhood-- Ruebin Archuletta

The Fox Theatre-- Ken Fletcher & Mike Hadad

Indians and migration patterns-- Richard Louden

Tales From Along the Santa Fe Trail-- Allen Bakoroski

Geology of Trinidad area and the KT Boundary--Ron Rankin

Doroty Stoker

Trinidad Rapp Buildings-- Ken Fletcher, There are over 80 buildings in Trinidad that are designed by the Rapps, many that are no longer here are presented as well.

Books Available

A Walk Through the History of Trinidad- Jerry Stokes $5.00 + $3.00 shipping.

What Makes Trinidad - Louise Hanks- $12.00 + $3.00 shipping.

Hispanic Cultural Landscape of The Purgatoire and Apishapa- $35.00 + $3.00 shipping. Book explores and records the general environment, ethnohistory, history, folklore and early architecture of southeastern Colorado with an emphasis on Hispanic traditions.