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BOOKS BY JOYCE LOHSE:
Available from local bookstores, LohseWorks.com, FilterPressBooks.com, TatteredCover.com, Amazon.com, and BarnesandNoble.com.

  • Spencer Penrose: Builder and Benefactor
    Filter Press 2016
    Spencer Penrose, who acquired a fortune in the mining industry, used his wealth, business sense, and clever publicity tactics to promote and develop the Pikes Peak Region. In addition to the Broadmoor Hotel, he built the Pikes Peak and Cheyenne Mountain Highways, Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Manitou Incline, and other attractions, as well as hospitals, schools, and libraries. The Penrose Legacy continues to support Colorado through the El Pomar Foundation.
  • A Yellowstone Savage: Life In Nature’s Wonderland
    J.D. Charles Publishing 2013 – Ebook 25th Anniversary edition
    This is a totally rennovated version of Joyce Lohse’s 1988
    fictionalized memoir of living and working in the nation’s
    oldest and largest national park in 1973. The book includes
    more than 60 B/W and color photographs. Electronic ebook
    is available for download at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CTSA7BI
  • Baby Doe Tabor: Matchless Silver Queen
    Filter Press 2011 – CIPA Gold EVVY Award, BEST BIOGRAPHY 2012!
    The story of the silver queen of Leadville, Colorado, who went from rags
    to riches, to rags again, and endured life in the mining camp and Denver
    with spunk and pioneering spirit. This is a historic story for a general audience.
  • General William Palmer: Railroad Pioneer
    from “Now You Know Bio” YA series for readers of all ages
    Filter Press 2009 – CAL 2010 Top Hand Award Winner
    Palmer’s biography tells his story as a Civil War hero, founder
    of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, founder and settler of
    Colorado Springs and other Colorado cities and institutions.
  • Unsinkable: The Molly Brown Story
    from YA “Now You Know Bio” series for readers of all ages
    Filter Press 2006 – CIPA Silver EVVY Award
    Mrs. Brown’s story cuts through the mystery and myth of her
    life to tell her real story, and of her account as survivor of the
    Titanic disaster and beyond as an activist for many issues.
  • Emily Griffith: Opportunity’s Teacher
    in the YA “Now You Know Bio” series for readers of all ages
    Filter Press 2005
    Emily Griffith always wanted to teach school. With progressive ideas
    for a new type of education, she became founder of Opportunity
    School, a free school in Denver for all who wished to learn.
    She created a highly regarded international model for teaching.
  • Justina Ford: Medical Pioneer
    in the YA “Now You Know Bio” series for readers of all ages
    Filter Press 2004 – CIPA Silver EVVY Award, WILLA Silver Award
    As the first African American female doctor in Colorado, Justina Ford
    overcame obstacles of race and gender to become the famous lady
    doctor of Denver, who delivered more than 7,000 babies during her career.
  • First Governor, First Lady: John and Eliza Routt of Colorado
    Filter Press 2002 – CIPA Gold EVVY Award Winner
    A general audience book about Colorado’s history through the story of its
    first governor and original first lady, this amazing couple were public servants
    for a quarter of a century while ushering Colorado into statehood and striking
    it rich with their Leadville silver mine.
  • A Yellowstone Savage: Life In Nature’s Wonderland
    J.D. Charles Publishing 1988
    This is a fictionalized memoir of living and working in the nation’s
    oldest and largest national park in 1973. A fun read for Yellowstone
    buffs and a great remembrance for those who have worked there.

For book ordering information, go to:
http://www.lohseworks.com
http://www.filterpressbooks.com
http://www.amazon.com
or your favorite bookseller!

Articles and Essays:

  • “Artists’ Glen: A Tale of Two Photographers”,
    Chapter in Pikes Peak Library District publication,
    Film and Photography on the Front Range, Spring 2012
  • “Leadville’s Favorite Unsinkable Titanic Survivor”
    Colorado Central magazine, April 2012
  • “10 Reasons You CAN Attend a Writing Conference”,
    The Writer magazine, April 2012
  • “General Palmer’s Baby Railroad”
    True West Magazine, March 2010
  • “Retracing the Routts”,
    Steamboat Magazine, Winter, 2010
  • “Young Palmer Travels Abroad”,
    Chapter in Pikes Peak Library District publication,

    Legends, Labors, and Loves: William Jackson Palmer,
    1836-1907,
    Spring 2009
  • “A Season of Giving, Molly Brown Style”,
    Women Out West Magazine,
    Winter/Spring Issue, 2009
  • “The Place Where Silverheels Danced”,
    Women Out West Magazine,
    Summer Issue, 2008
  • “Sally Skull: Texas Legend”,
    Women Out West Magazine,
    Spring Issue, 2008

Awards:

  • Baby Doe Tabor: Matchless Silver Queen,
    Colorado Independent Publishers’ Assoc. (CIPA)
    Gold EVVY Award BEST BIOGRAPHY 2012!
  • General William Palmer: Railroad Pioneer,
    Colorado Authors’ League 2010 Award –
    Young Adult Book Length Nonfiction
  • Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame
    March 2008, Induction for Eliza Routt
  • Unsinkable: The Molly Brown Story
    Filter Press, 2006,
    CIPA (Colorado Independent Publishers Assoc.)
    Silver EVVY Award
  • Justina Ford: Medical Pioneer,
    Filter Press, 2004, CIPA Silver EVVY Award,
    WILLA (Women Writing the West) Silver Award
  • First Governor, First Lady: John & Eliza Routt
    of Colorado
    , Filter Press, 2002
    CIPA Gold EVVY Award Winner, Best Biography 2003
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