The Superior Historian

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Among the many goals of the Superior Historical Commission is the preservation of local history and the imparting of that history to residents of Superior. Consequently, the Commission undertook the writing of the Superior Historian which is a quarterly publication that Superior residents have received in the Town’s monthly newsletter since 2003. The Commission invites you to explore the past issues of the Superior Historian at this site and welcomes questions and comments. You are also invited to attend a meeting of the Superior Historical Commission on the third Friday of the month at 10:00 a.m. at Superior Town Hall. You can make contact with Town Liaison, Bryan Meyer, at 303-499-3675.

Select a Historian:

Superior's Beginnings (April 2003/revised January 2018)
Life in the Industrial Mine Camp (August 2003)
Superior's Pioneer Cemetery, Part 1 (November 2003)
Superior's Pioneer Cemetery, Part 2 (February 2004)
A Visit to Grasso Park (August 2004)
Shootout at the Superior Depot (October 2004)
Steam, Sparks, & Steel: Railroads in Superior (March 2005)
Walls of Water Brought Woe to Superior: the Flood of 1938 (June 2005)
Ted Asti: Superior's Superlative Citizen (September 2005)
Josephine Roche, "A Grand Old Gal" (December 2005)
The Boulder-Denver Turnpike: "Tomorrow's Highway Today" (March 2006)
Superior's Company Store (September 2006)
Death in the Depths: the Monarch Mine Explosion (December 2006)
St. Benedict's Church Served Superior's Faithful (March 2007)
Native Americans: the Region's First Settlers (June 2007)
Unusual Times: A Post Office in Superior (September 2007)
Vera Taylor: Centenarian Born in Superior (December 2007)
Ribbons of Water Brought Life To Superior (April 2008)
1908 National Political Convention (August 2008)
Industrial Mine House (December 2008)
Ku Klux Klan: The Invisible Empire in Boulder County (August 2009)

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