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JEREMY JOHNSTON. Images of America: Powell

JEREMY JOHNSTON. Images of America: Powell. Arcadia Publishing. Paperback, ebook, 132 pages, $21.99; $9.99, arcadiapublishing.com

The completion of the Garland Canal brought water to the arid lands in the central Big Horn Basin, transforming the high plains desert into irrigated farmland. By

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JEREMY JOHNSTON and ROWENE WEEMS. Then and Now: Powell

JEREMY JOHNSTON and ROWENE WEEMS. Then and Now: Powell. Arcadia Publishing. Paperback, ebook, 96 pages, $21.99; $9.99, arcadiapublishing.com

On May 25, 2009, residents of Powell, Wyoming, celebrated the centennial of their town’s founding. Within 100 years, many changes occurred in this community.

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CELINDA KAELIN. American Indians of the Pikes Peak Region

CELINDA KAELIN. American Indians of the Pikes Peak Region. Arcadia Publishing. Trade paperback, 127 pages, $21.99, amazon.com

American Indians of the Pikes Peak Region is the story of the indigenous people who called Pikes Peak (Tava) home. Ute Indians were the first,

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CELINDA REYNOLDS KAELIN. American Indians of the Pikes Peak Region

CELINDA REYNOLDS KAELIN. American Indians of the Pikes Peak Region. Arcadia Publishing. www.arcadiapublishing.com

Thousands of years before Zebulon Pike traveled through the region that now bears his name, the area was home to indigenous people. This book includes 200 photos and maps related

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CANDY MOULTON and TERRY A. DEL BENE. Images of America: Grand Encampment

CANDY MOULTON and TERRY A. DEL BENE. Images of America: Grand Encampment. Arcadia Publishing. Paperback, $21.99, www.arcadiapublishing.com.

Covers south-central Wyoming’s Grand Encampment area. Divided into five sections, the photographs and a few drawings cover Indians and explorers, cattle ranching and agriculture, timber

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ROD TIMANUS. Montezuma Castle National Monument

ROD TIMANUS. Montezuma Castle National Monument. Arcadia Publishing. 128 pages; softcover, $21.99; arcadiapublishing.com

Originally thought to have been built by the ancient Aztecs, later research proved it to be the handiwork of a long vanished people named the Sinagua. They inhabited the

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