Colorado Photo Gallery and related media

The white and lavender Columbine

Colorado

The white and lavender Columbine

Previous Next 2 of 8

The white and lavender Columbine, Aquilegia caerules, was adopted as the official state flower on April 4, 1899 by an act of the General Assembly.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Related Photo Galleries (10)

  • Colorado
    Colorado

    8 Photos

    View pictures from the state of Colorado on History. See images of famous locations that represent the state.

    (8 Photos)
  • Alabama
    Alabama

    12 Photos

    View pictures from the state of Alabama on History. See images of famous locations that represent the state.

    (12 Photos)
  • Alaska
    Alaska

    13 Photos

    View pictures from the state of Alaska on History. See images of famous locations that represent the state.

    (13 Photos)
  • Arizona
    Arizona

    12 Photos

    View pictures from the state of Arizona on History. See images of famous locations that represent the state.

    (12 Photos)
  • Arkansas
    Arkansas

    4 Photos

    View pictures from the state of Arkansas on History. See images of famous locations that represent the state.

    (4 Photos)
  • California
    California

    9 Photos

    With its varied climate and diverse cultural influences, California boasts a range of natural wonders and architectural masterpieces.

    (9 Photos)
  • Connecticut
    Connecticut

    4 Photos

    View pictures from the state of Connecticut on History. See images of famous locations that represent the state.

    (4 Photos)
  • Georgia
    Georgia

    7 Photos

    View pictures from the state of Georgia on History. See images of famous locations that represent the state.

    (7 Photos)
  • Hawaii
    Hawaii

    12 Photos

    View pictures from the state of Hawaii on History. See images of famous locations that represent the state.

    (12 Photos)
  • Idaho
    Idaho

    11 Photos

    View pictures from the state of Idaho on History. See images of famous locations that represent the state.

    (11 Photos)

Related Videos (2)

  • Inside Nebraska's Arbor Lodge
    Inside Nebraska's Arbor Lodge

    Video Clip (3:39)

    Did you know how Arbor Day was founded? This America Castles video on the Arbor Lodge in Nebraska unravels the story. Julius Sterling Morton and the Nebraska Agricultural board declared the first Arbor day on April 10, 1872.

    Video Clip (3:39)
  • Demise of the Anasazi
    Demise of the Anasazi

    Video Clip (2:40)

    Did climate change force the Anasazi to abandon their settlement?

    Video Clip (2:40)

Shop HISTORY

  • America The Story of Us

    America The Story of Us

    From the rigors of linking the continent by wagon trails to the transcontinental railway, the engineering of steel-structured buildings, through to landing on the moon, this epic 12-part series is a grand cinematic vision of how the USA was built.

  • 9/11 10th Anniversary DVD Set

    9/11 10th Anniversary DVD Set

    Exclusive. History commemorates the 10th anniversary of the attacks on New York’s World Trade Center with three new special programs.