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CHRONICLES OF THE CRUSADES (TRANS: SMITH)
Sign in. Back to main collection Subjects. Recent updates. Chronicles of Colorado. Description Details Over the years, Colorado has attracted its share of literary vagabonds, but none have described the state in such eloquent prose as those who visited the area during its early years.