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Geoffrey Webb of Friends of the Earth; Eleanor Gehres of the Western History Depart- Page xvi ment at the Denver Public Library; K. ; and Judy Gasset, Penny Grigsby, Herb McGrath, and Leslie Trich of the inter-library loan and reference staff of Miller Library at Western New Mexico University. I also want to thank Luther Wilson and his staff at the University Press of Colorado for their enthusiasm and attention to detail. Ms. Joan Sherman is to be commended for her careful copyediting, and D. J.
She also stayed home with Tristan David for three weeks in April of 1986 while I completed a fellowship at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History. , and I examined oil shale files in former U. S. Senator Gary Hart's office. Recently, Stephanie provided me with the essential solitude I needed as I edited the dissertation into a book, but this time she had both Tristan David and Duncan Jewett to contend with. To the dozens of people I interviewed who shared with me their lives and their dreams, their achievements and their failures, I can only say thank you.
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Boomtown blues: Colorado oil shale, 1885-1985 by Andrew Gulliford