Tag: Learning from the Past

Timnath History: WWII Bomb on Swetsville, Fleming

Timnath History: WWII Bomb on Swetsville, Fleming

Read Fleming’s Timnath History about the Swets WWII connection – one of the few locations in the U.S. to be sites of such bombings. #History#LearnFromThePast #TimnathHistory  Fleming: Bomb dropped on Swets farm during WWII Barbara Fleming   |   Published 3:03 p.m. MT May 11, 2014   |   Coloradoan.com The […]

What is a Public Market?

What is a Public Market?

Read how public markets have existed throughout history and why they are so vital to the health of a community. Project for Public Spaces works hard to support this beautiful side of human nature. Public Markets and the City: A Historical Perspective By Project for Public Spaces on Oct 30, […]

NY City Unveils Historic Signs

NY City Unveils Historic Signs

The best of public-private partnerships. Read about NY town preserving history through forward thinking and bilingual signs!  Colorado Feed & Grain #HistoryInTheMaking  Town of Timnath #ReviveMainStreet #SmallBiz#SmallBusiness #CoFeedGrain  Downtown Timnath Timnath, Colorado City unveils historic signs By DAN HEATH Press-Republican   |    Oct 3, 2017    |     PressRepublican.com PLATTSBURGH […]

Timnath History: Tale of Timnath, Fleming

Timnath History: Tale of Timnath, Fleming

A look back on #Timnath town history by Barbara Fleming is a great way to learn about our #NorthernColorado. Enjoy a great read! #DowntownTimnath#ReviveMainStreet Town of Timnath Timnath Beerwerks Timnath, ColoradoDowntown Timnath #SmallBiz #SmallBusiness #Local Fleming: The tale of Timnath Barbara Fleming   |   Published 9:58 p.m. MT Jan. 22, 2017   |    Coloradoan.com Before acquiring its name, the […]

Timnath History: Chief Friday, Timnath’s First Ambassador

Timnath History: Chief Friday, Timnath’s First Ambassador

Chief Friday was Timnath’s First Ambassador Timnath History: 1800’s A Native American of the Arapaho tribe, Chief Friday was a child when he got separated from his tribe. He was found by fur trapper Thomas Fitzpatrick in May, 1831 and taken to the East to […]