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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from Latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from Latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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A History of Eagle County is a compilation written by county school children and their teacher in scrapbook form. Each local community was given a section making eighteen sections total, covering Red Cliff to Basalt.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from Latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from Latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Reverend Don Simonton and his wife, June, were active in the Vail community for over 25 years. Don was a local historian and June wrote several books covering the early days and development of Vail and Beaver Creek. In "A Glossary of Vail Valley Names", the Simontons track every trail, street, road, restaurant, roundabout, ski run, ski lift in Vail, Avon, and Beaver Creek in the way only a local could. Each has a meaning, whether it connects to...
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A short, informational brochure on the town of Eagle and Eagle County in general. Includes information for tourists and visitors: recreational opportunities, businesses and offices, airport facilities, and general statistics. The back cover lists county codes and abbreviations on license plates in the state of Colorado. Produced by the Eagle Chamber of Commerce.
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Red Cliff, Colorado is one of the oldest towns in Eagle County beginning in 1879. The town was the original county seat until 1921, after the fourth and final election deciding to move to Eagle. Red Cliff was bolstered in its early days by a booming mining business, hotels, and travelers through the mountains. Red Cliff's immediate neighbor was the now-abandoned mining town of Gilman, which was shut down by the EPA in the 1980s and declared a Superfund...
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The Red Book covers many towns located in and around the Eagle Valley. This chapter focuses on the town of Eagle from its pioneer beginnings to the mid 1940's.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from Latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from Latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from Latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.