Society for Creative Anachronism
This is a well done program. Didn't know much about Creede except for a couple movie references.
Another good mini-documentary about the mining history of Colorado.
Pac-12 country !
BET THOSE NATIVE AMERICANS REGRET BEING NICE TO THESE NEW COMERS CAME IN AND STOLD ALL THEIR LAND AND TREASURES
Spent 4 days camping there this past August. Enjoyed the area immensely. Drove our Jeep on the trails, toured the Last Chance Mine with Jack, stayed in a log cabin, waded in the headwaters of the Rio Grande. Great trip. Ouray has competition now as far as I'm concerned.
I'm from New England, and was waiting eagerly for a map of Colorado, and a locator of Creed to orient myself (for a few minutes I thought the town was somewhere near Nederland!) Anyway, maps might help other geographiclly challenged folks like me. PS I thought this episode was wonderful!
Wonderful history you have on this video! Very well done. We have copper and iron mine tours here in Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Same history of hard work and determination.
I like the shirt about Homeland security ✌️
One of the best American history short documentay I've seen yet.
Smokin weed and seeing cool stuff is fun. Thanks colorado 👍
Who is the Idiot talking about the Hunt Brothers ? The Hunt Bros were very pro silver .
This was a great documentary.
8:30 Miners, merchants, gamblers, and More". "More", Translation: Whores
My ex girlfriend died here on 6,/24/19… RIP Rachael… I will always miss you for real.
Great segment. Thank you!
Soapy Smith. What a prolific dick.
I never been there though I was an underground gold miner for 43 years in Timmins, Canada, I miss it except for the company politics, lol
That guy Jack from last chance mine is always rude to restaurant workers js
That is one beautiful town. From Cali and we have no history we pimped it out to paper dolla. The way the town marry's with the mountain is a Rockwell painting that I wanna live at
I wish we had done this in southwestern PA where my grandfathers worked in the coal mines for 50 cents a ton. Not a single mine was preserved to honor the history of those miners.
foota a real youth ppl a yard too licky licky foriegn mind
Awesome!! Too bad the BLM and Forest Service are closing mines and bulldozin cabins and history. Hopefully we'll be goin to creede this comin up summer.
Creede is a beautiful place. It has become a true tourist area now with so much development. I lived and worked there from 1972 thru 1980. I loved it and missed it for many years. So many memories there!
I DJ'd a prom in Creede a few decades back, the gym was one of the best decorated that I saw in a 5 state tour. Everybody had a blast, Thanx Creede!
Really enjoyed it! Thank you!!
I wish my local PBS would post history docs online like Rocky Mountain PBS does. You guys rock.
Great production… Just very difficult to watch with subtitles
Jack is a good man.
Colorado today is full of Californians and it’s a shithole state now.
Fantastic video. Thank you so much.
mining not done there yet. Silver will go back up someday………. and the silver is still in the ground. 10,100,200 years from now….. the silver is still there and its fact, at some point somebody is going to go after it when the price is right.
With all the transplants they will ruin it like all other mining towns here. They will bulldoze everything, make some damn east coast bistros and typical gift shopsthats sell the same crap all over the country, and they will use the wood from the mines to make "art" while the roads jam up with traffic and bicyclist. So sad
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Howard ford the man who killed outlaw jesse james was also killed in creede colorado
more colorado adventures on me channel
Camped North of Creede near old Bachelor town site. Was amazing place!!! So pretty and natural. All the old preserved mine sites and the environmental work done is in amazing harmony!
Cool place. I went there while working Fun Valley
that coward , who shot mr howard
What the hell, just leave…It's time.
If I had a nickle for every bonanza discovery story that included hunting down a lost donkey, I'd be rich.
I WOULD HAVE LOVED LIVING IN THISTOWN OF CREEDE, COLORADO IN THE1800'S !!!!
Cool …but…The roles of women are sadly ignored here. As men ripped out Earth's innards, their purportedly Christian women were subjected to prostitution, for example. Those women were worse off than Miners. Hollywood says they got rich, went straight and opened a motel. A more likely outcome might be poverty, disease, ineligibility for marriage and early death in some scrap-built hovel. The elimination of women's History and women's WORK from this is a sad omission. Mining today is the SINGLE industry with the lowest women, and they are having to blaze trails now that should long ago have been paved. How many times are MEN mentioned? How many times Women? If we could STOP writing half the population out of HIS-tory….. that'd be GREAT.-Some old white guy
She states "Bob Ford was a gentleman, who killed Jesse James"….really? Bob Ford was a coward POS. Only a coward would purposely shoot someone, anyone, in the back. That is no gentleman. Glad he was killed.
12:52 Were whiskey shots $1.00 back then? That seems very expensive as I can get one now for $3.00
So glad I found this series. thank you.
old powder goes up a 6oz. leave it alone in the old mines
PBS is a courroupt terrorist pos
They went to the Yukon
Loved this documentary,,Thankyou 👍🏴❤️❤️🏴🏴🏴
yeh I guess, if you want to live in a big ditch 😀
Those people are deceiving everybody in their tribute festivals. They did not have pneumatic drills nor motorized mining cars in the 19th century.
Edward O’ Kelly, anyone?
Wonder how many miners went home with a silver nugget shoved up their ass.
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