Skiing Heritage Journal

Skiing Heritage Journal

She describes her baseline as the time when "the practice of skiing revolved
around a relatively undeveloped landscape," and "early skiers ... Among other
notable chapters are two on the U.S. Forest Service as the spur to the growth of
Colorado's destination resorts. ... M.L. Ski Style: Sport and Culture in the Rockies
by Annie Gilbert Coleman; hardcover, 298 pages, b&w illustrations, $29.95,
University of ...

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Skiing Heritage is a quarterly Journal of original, entertaining, and informative feature articles on skiing history. Published by the International Skiing History Association, its contents support ISHA's mission "to preserve skiing history and to increase awareness of the sport's heritage."
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Trout Culture

Trout Culture

How Fly Fishing Forever Changed the Rocky Mountain West Jen Corrinne Brown
... see Hal K. Rothman, Devil's Bargains: Tourism in the Twentieth-Century
American West (Lawrence: University Press of ... 2012); Annie Gilbert Coleman,
Ski Style: Sport and Culture in the Rockies (Lawrence: University Press of
Kansas, ...

Author: Jen Corrinne Brown

Publisher: University of Washington Press

ISBN: 9780295805818

Category: Nature

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From beer labels to literary classics like A River Runs Through It, trout fishing is a beloved feature of the iconography of the American West. But as Jen Brown demonstrates in Trout Culture: How Fly Fishing Forever Changed the Rocky Mountain West, the popular conception of Rocky Mountain trout fishing as a quintessential experience of communion with nature belies the sport’s long history of environmental manipulation, engineering, and, ultimately, transformation. A fly-fishing enthusiast herself, Brown places the rise of recreational trout fishing in a local and global context. Globally, she shows how the European sport of fly-fishing came to be a defining, tourist-attracting feature of the expanding 19th-century American West. Locally, she traces the way that the burgeoning fly-fishing tourist industry shaped the environmental, economic, and social development of the Western United States: introducing and stocking favored fish species, eradicating the less favored native “trash fish,” changing the courses of waterways, and leading to conflicts with Native Americans’ fishing and territorial rights. Through this analysis, Brown demonstrates that the majestic trout streams often considered a timeless feature of the American West are in fact the product of countless human interventions adding up to a profound manipulation of the Rocky Mountain environment. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKMwEkKj9jg
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Lost Ski Areas of Colorado s Front Range and Northern Mountains

Lost Ski Areas of Colorado s Front Range and Northern Mountains

“Doggone It! There's No Joy in Oak Creek: Flighty Casey Ruined Ski Festival.”
Denver Post, March ... “Mountains of Memories, Mountains of Fun: A History of
Skiing in Jefferson County. ... Ski Style: Sport and Culture in the Rockies. ... From
Prairies to Peaks: A History of the Rocky Mountain Region of the U.S. Forest
Service.

Author: Caryn Boddie

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 9781625852427

Category: Sports & Recreation

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Avid skiers have flocked to the northern reaches of the Centennial State for over a century. While the prized powder remains the same, the top skiing destinations bear only a faint resemblance to the resorts of previous generations. Neighborhood slopes, such as Tabernash Hill, featured little more than a rope tow and a storage shed. Other spots like Estes Park's Old Man Mountain held tournaments and contests with Olympic participants. From the Cathy Cisar Winter Playground in Craig to Cheyenne Mountain's Ski Broadmoor and everywhere in between, join authors Caryn and Peter Boddie on a tour through the lost ski areas of northern Colorado and the Front Range.
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The Magnificent Mountain Women

The Magnificent Mountain Women

Janet Robertson recounts their exploits in a lively, well-illustrated book that measures up to its title, The Magnificent Mountain Women. Arlene Blum provides a new introduction to this edition.

Author: Janet Robertson

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 0803289952

Category: History

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Since the Pikes Peak gold rush in the mid?nineteenth century, women have gone into the mountains of Colorado to hike, climb, ski, homestead, botanize, act as guides, practice medicine, and meet a variety of other challenges, whether for sport or for livelihood. Janet Robertson recounts their exploits in a lively, well-illustrated book that measures up to its title, The Magnificent Mountain Women. Arlene Blum provides a new introduction to this edition.
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The Rise and Fall of Olympic Amateurism

The Rise and Fall of Olympic Amateurism

Gerald R. Ford, “In Defense of the Competitive Urge,” Sports Illustrated, 8 July
1974, 17. 30. Thomas Hunt, “Countering the Soviet Threat in the Olympic Medal
Race: The Amateur Sports Act of 1978 and American Athletics Policy Reform,”
International Journal for the History of Sport 24, no. ... Annie Gilbert Coleman, Ski
Style: Sport and Culture in the Rockies (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas,
2004).

Author: Matthew P Llewellyn

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 9780252098772

Category: Sports & Recreation

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For decades, amateurism defined the ideals undergirding the Olympic movement. No more. Today's Games present athletes who enjoy open corporate sponsorship and unabashedly compete for lucrative commercial endorsements. Matthew P. Llewellyn and John Gleaves analyze how this astonishing transformation took place. Drawing on Olympic archives and a wealth of research across media, the authors examine how an elite--white, wealthy, often Anglo-Saxon--controlled and shaped an enormously powerful myth of amateurism. The myth assumed an air of naturalness that made it seem unassailable and, not incidentally, served those in power. Llewellyn and Gleaves trace professionalism's inroads into the Olympics from tragic figures like Jim Thorpe through the shamateur era of under-the-table cash and state-supported athletes. As they show, the increasing acceptability of professionals went hand-in-hand with the Games becoming a for-profit international spectacle. Yet the myth of amateurism's purity remained a potent force, influencing how people around the globe imagined and understood sport. Timely and vivid with details, The Rise and Fall of Olympic Amateurism is the first book-length examination of the movement's foundational ideal.
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Skiing

Skiing

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Forthcoming Books

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Categories: American literature