St. Vrain's Fort Links
Each of the listed links offers something interesting that relates in some way to St. Vrain's Old Fort or the people who were associated with the fort.  Use your brower's "back" button to get back to this page.  Please use the buttons here to report any broken links or suggest new links I should add to this page.
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Bent's Old Fort NHS - National Park Service
Although somewhat smaller, Fort St. Vrain was patterned from Bent's Old Fort.  This virtual tour of Bent's Old Fort gives an idea of what Fort St. Vrain could have looked like.

Centennial Village Museum - Greeley Convention & Visitors Bureau
The original Weld County Courthouse which was built at St. Vrain's Fort in the early 1860s has been preserved and relocated here!

Ceran St. Vrain - The Taos Massacres
The Taos Massacres is a new historical novel, by John C. Durand, in which Ceran St. Vrain is a major character.  In writing this book, Mr. Durand stuck very close to what is actually known about the uprising in New Mexico in 1847.  It's valuable reading for anyone interested in Ceran St. Vrain and this period in the history of the West.

Colorado Historical Society
The place to start for anything historical in Colorado!

Fort St. Vrain - The Overland Trail Along the South Platte
A brief article about Fort St. Vrain with a link to Bent's Old Fort.

Fort Vasquez - Colorado Historical Society
Information about Fort Vasquez and the visitor's center.

Fort Vasquez -
Short article and several good photos of Fort Vasquez and the museum.

St. Vrain Historical Society, Inc
An organization dedicated to historical preservation for Longmont and the St. Vrain Valley.

South Platte Valley Historical Society
Information on Fort Lupton

The Overland Trail
A superior award winning site that has anything you ever wanted to know about
the Overland Trail and much more.

Weld County Website
Official Weld County Website contains history of Weld and lots of other resources.

Click to go to John Farrell's Midi Page
The St. Louis Blues midi sequence is copyright by John Farrell and used with permission.  Click on the logo to visit his piano roll website.  If you own a player piano, don't miss it!