Michelle Barone
Cynthia Becker
Daniel Blegen
Liz Duckworth
Debra Faulkner
Mary Peace Finley
Lydia Griffin
Gail E. Haley
Joyce B. Lohse
Charlie Mac
Nancy Oswald
Sarah B. Rickman
John Stansfield
Steve Walsh
Dorothy Yoder


Steve Walsh grew up in Wayland, Massachusetts, and enjoyed learning about history as a child. He attended Grossmont College in San Diego, then transferred to Colorado State University, where he earned bachelor’s degrees in social work and psychology. During this period, Steve climbed to the summit of Long’s Peak for the first of two times. His education continued with a master’s degree in counseling from the University of Northern Colorado. He worked in the counseling field for many years. Later, he earned his education certification from Metropolitan State College in Denver and worked in elementary education as a teacher, facilitator, and trainer. 

Steve and his wife, Miriam, have resided in Denver for over forty years. Together they raised four children: Shannon, Peggy, Katie, and Brian.



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Stephen Harriman Long is most famous for leading the Long Expedition to explore the Louisiana Purchase from St. Louis to the Rocky Mountains in 1820. Long led his men through
dire conditions on the trail, sometimes without fresh water and with little food, to map and explore ‘the Great American desert.’ 

He was also a brilliant railroad engineer and an inventor. His long life was full of adventure and accomplishments.

Stephen H. Long: Frontier Explorer 
Paperback: ISBN 978-0-86541-250-7
Illustrated 
100 pages.
$ 8.95


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Journalist
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Enos Mills
Rocky Mountain 
Conservationist
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Chief Ouray
Ute Chief and
 Man of Peace
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Zebulon Pike
Explorer and Military Officer
Paperback 
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