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Tucked alongside the meandering Cache la Poudre River, the community of Windsor sprouted as the ideal location connecting irrigation and railroads between two county seats. With easy access to water and transportation, eager settlers saw opportunities for commercial development while others sought a leisurely lakeside resort. Through slow and steady growth, Windsor has been a town in transition. Early on, it was an agricultural boomtown with one of the busiest factories of the Great Western Sugar Company and home to bustling downtown businesses and generations of immigrants. Later, it welcomed new industry with one of Eastman Kodak's largest manufacturing facilities in America. But through the ebb and flow of history, Windsor has stood as a steady and vibrant community.
ISBN: 9780738576152
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
State: Colorado
Series: Images of America
Images: 214
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Author Rachel D. Kline, together with the Windsor-Severance Historical Society, has assembled some of the most arresting images of Windsor. Spanning several municipal and private collections, these photographs highlight the many faces of Windsor from its beginnings through its formative years. A Colorado native, Kline holds a master's degree in history from Colorado State University and is a historian for the US Forest Service, Heritage Stewardship Group. Since the 1970s, the Windsor-Severance Historical Society has sought to preserve the community's past for the future with various publications and oral history recordings.
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