Camp and Plant

Camp and Plant was published weekly, from 1901-1904, by the CF&I Sociological Department. Its purpose was to inform employees about the various activities and happenings at the company’s steel mill, coal mines, iron mines and quarries. In it are reports contributed by correspondents from the mining towns and the steel mill in Pueblo, in addition to numerous photographs, maps and advertisements. Indicative of the multinational composition of the company workforce, some articles in Camp and Plant were written in German, Spanish, Italian and Slovenian.

Volume 1: December, 14 -1901-June 28, 1902

Volume 2: July 5, 1902 - December 27, 1902

Volume 3: January 3, 1903 - July 4, 1903

Volume 4: July 11, 1903 - January 9, 1904

Volume 5: January 16, 1904 - April 30, 1904


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The Steelworks Center of the West provides continuing education to the public through the preservation of historic archives, artifacts and buildings of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company (CF&I), and related activities leading to the industrialization of the entire Western United States.  The Steelworks Center accomplishes this by collecting, preserving and exhibiting collections of the steel and mining industry, Pueblo’s Bessemer neighborhood, and the contributions and impacts working families in those industries made in the industrial West.

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