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Map features "Upper Town" of Fulford, including Nolan Creek camp, Polar City, and the locations of the major mining camps of the time. This is part of a set both drawn and owned by Richard Perske.
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On the right side is a listing of major cities at the time and where to locate them on the map. HIghways such as Interstate 70 are obviously missing, along with many populous mountain towns. See the changes in roads, highways, county lines, and population on this map.
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The cities of Colorado Springs and Aurora sponsored the development of a dam and reservoir that would provide each city with 37,000 acre feet (approximately twelve billion gallons) of water per year. Ultimately, the decision was up to communities using the water on the Western Slope. The project is detailed in two phases, both of which are available at the Eagle Public library and archives, and this map is included as part of those collections, respectively....
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Prepared by the State Department of Highways, State of Colorado, Division of Transportation Planning with US Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration. Dated January 1, 1978; donated by Jim Nimon in 1979. Lists critical structures with location on the map, such as tunnels, bridges, crossings, and waterways.
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This map details the plots and layout of Greenwood Cemetery located in Red Cliff, Colorado. Gravestones date back to the Civil War era and the cemetery is directly accessible from the town of Red Cliff.
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This hand-drawn map was completed by Richard Perske when researching for his book, "Boom Town to Ghost Town: The Story of Fulford". It is not drawn to scale. Map features Aspen, Leadville, Wolcott, and State Bridge including railroads, crossings, passes, and mines. This is part of a set both drawn and owned by Richard Perske.
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Deb Dice Stewart drew this map to commemorate the 2008 reprinting of her grandmother's book, "A Cup of Cold Clear Water" by Helen Dice. The Dice family was one of the first to homestead along Brush Creek at a time when pioneers were still making their way to the area. The map features ranches, family names, and some geographic features and are detailed closely in Dice's book. "As you drive up Brush Creek now, one wonders at all the changes developers...
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This hand-drawn map was completed John Gabelman in the 1940's while working in the Fulford Mining District during his "Wildflower Project". Gabelman traced the geology, topography, as well as the structural and economic geology of the Fulford & Brush Creek mining districts. Fulford, once a mining boom town, is now a ghost town located about 15 miles from the town of Eagle. The map can be viewed at the library during an appointment with the Local History...
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This hand-drawn map was completed John Gabelman in the 1940's while working in the Fulford Mining District during his "Wildflower Project". Gabelman traced the geology, topography, as well as the structural and economic geology of the Fulford & Brush Creek mining districts. Fulford, once a mining boom town, is now a ghost town located about 15 miles from the town of Eagle. The map can be viewed at the library during an appointment with the Local History...
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This hand-drawn map was completed John Gabelman in the 1940's while working in the Fulford Mining District during his "Wildflower Project". Gabelman traced the geology, topography, as well as the structural and economic geology of the Fulford & Brush Creek mining districts. Fulford, once a mining boom town, is now a ghost town located about 15 miles from the town of Eagle. The map can be viewed at the library during an appointment with the Local History...
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Explore this detailed map compiled by federal and local surveys of Eagle County, Colorado in 1906. The map was published by Ben Cress in Red Cliff, Colorado, and the original hangs in the Eagle Public Library located in Eagle, Colorado.