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LiDAR scanning of Pedro and Teofilo Trujillo homesteads
Project report (At head of title)
University of Colorado Denver. Center of Preservation Research.
University of Colorado Denver, College of Architecture and Planning, Center of Preservation Research
The Trujillo Homesteads, located on land owned by The Nature Conservancy and within the authorized boundary of Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, received National Historic Landmark designation. The Trujillo Homesteads exceptionally represent the expansion of Hispano-American settlement in the part of the American Southwest newly-acquired by the United States in the 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo. The homesteads represent Hispano settlement and the preservation of traditional Hispano culture on the frontier, as well as the impact of cultural exchange with Native Americans. Funds were received to collect data at the Trujillo homestead site with the use of Terrestrial LiDAR scanning equipment and the creation of a virtual imagery tool of the site to be housed on the park's website.
project team Ekaterini Vlahos, Michael Nulty, Julia Ausloos.
"November 1, 2012."
Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed November 2019)
Frontier and pioneer life
1 online resource (29 pages) : illustrations