Miner's Museum

(303) 665-7030 | View Website

108 E Simpson St, Lafayette, CO | Directions   80026

39.998222 -105.090154




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over a year ago

Learn about mining, the strikes and Denver's first policewoman. – In Short
Lafayette, Denver's suburban neighbor to the northwest, once was the site of the Rocky Mountain Fuel Company, the state's largest coal operator. It also was the site of a violent 1927 clash between miners and mine guards, when six people were killed and many others injured in the midst of a strike. Later that same year, Josephine Roche (Denver's first policewoman) inherited the mine and, in a move that shocked shareholders, invited the United Mine Workers to organize the miners.


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