Men in military uniform from Company G, probably part of the First Regiment of Volunteers, stand in a line and hold bayonets and a flag pole in Empire (Clear Creek County), Colorado. Men sit on a porch of a timber commercial building with a false...
Empire (Colo.)--1860-1870.; Commercial streets--Colorado--Empire--1860-1870.; Military personnel--Colorado--Empire--1860-1870.; United States. Army. Colorado Infantry Regiment, 1st.
Men sit on the stoop of a false front building watching a group of volunteer soldiers perform drills in Empire, Colorado. Commercial buildings, covered wagons, and tree covered mountains are in the background.
North Empire, Clear Creek County, Colorado, consists of log and frame dwellings and commercial buildings. Wagons and lumber are in the dirt streets; hills in the background are covered in dead trees and dirt roads.
The town of Empire (City), Colorado in the Empire valley has a business district with false front buildings, log cabin residences, and a small resevoir which is supplied by the west fork of Clear Creek.
The town of Empire (City), Colorado is in the Empire valley and has a business district with false front buildings, log cabin residences, and a small reservoir that is supplied by the west fork of Clear Creek.
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