Sketches of Colorado; Being an Analytical Summary and Biographical History of the State of Colorado as Portrayed in the Lives of the Pioneers, the Founders, the Builders, the Statesmen, and the Prominent and Progressive Citizens Volume 1

Sketches of Colorado; Being an Analytical Summary and Biographical History of the State of Colorado as Portrayed in the Lives of the Pioneers, the Founders, the Builders, the Statesmen, and the Prominent and Progressive Citizens Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1911 edition. Excerpt: ...classes and grades of ores and the best methods for their handling and treatment, but it calls for executive ability of a high order, a quality which has been developed in Mr. Guiterman. Mr. Guiterman is a member of the University club, the Denver club, the Denver Country club and the Denver Athletic club, of the Colorado Scientific Society and the American Institute of Mining Engineers. He was president of the Colorado society during 1909 and 1910. In 1886 Mr. Guiterman married Mary Baylies Sproat. daughter of William C. Sproat of Taunton, Massachusetts. They have one son, Kenneth S. Guiterman. CHARLES W. WATERMAN. T7"ATERMAN, CHARLES W., attorney v' at law, born at Waitsfield, Vermont, November 2. 1861. His earliest American ancestor was Richard Waterman, who landed at Salem, Massachusetts, from England, June 16, 1629. In 1638 he went to Providence with the band of devoted pilgrims who rallied under Roger Williams and with him dedicated the new colony of Rhode Island to the cause of religious freedom. Mr. Waterman's father was John Waterman, born March 4, 1812, died January 22, 1892. His mother was Mary A. Leach, daughter of Robert and Sarah A. Leach. He was brought up in the New England atmosphere, trained to the idea of a serious outlook on life which holds education as man's best heritage. His father was a farmer by occupation. He attended the schools of his native place and was graduated from the University of Vermont in 188"). He then entered the law department of the University of Michigan, receiving his degree of Bachelor of Laws in 1889. That same year Mr. Waterman moved to Denver and entered the office of John F. Shafroth, as a law clerk. Mr. Waterman achieved success in his profession from the first. He is now recog...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 299g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236572963
  • 9781236572967