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Colorado Gazetteer Sabeta Peak ~ Schramm

Colorado is situated about midway the country north and south, and about two thirds of the distance from the Atlantic to the Pacific coast. On the north are Wyoming and Nebraska, on the east Nebraska and Kansas, on the south New Mexico, and Utah on the west. The State is a quadrilateral in shape, its north and south boundaries being respectively the forty-first and thirty-seventh parallels of latitude.

Sabeta; peak in Sawatch Range, Saguache County.

Sable; station in Adams County on Union Pacific Railway.

Saco; station in Pitkin County on Denver and Rio Grande Railroad.

Sacramento; gulch in Park County, tributary to South Platte River. (Leadville)

Sachett; mountain in El Paso County, (Pikes Peak)

Saddle; mountain in .Montrose County.

Saddle; mountain in Park County; altitude, 10,815 feet. (Pikes Peak)

Saderlind; station in Teller County on Colorado Springs and Cripple Creek District Railway; altitude, 9,943 feet.

Sage; creek in Larimer County, a left-hand branch of Yampa River.

Sage: plateau in Routt County.

Saguache County in the south-central part of the State; bounded on the north by Gunnison, Chaffee, and Fremont counties, on the east by Fremont, Custer, and Huerfano counties, and on the south by Costilla and Rio Grande counties, and on the west by Hinsdale and Gunnison counties. It includes the northern part of San Luis Valley, extending on the east to the slopes of Sangre de Cristo Range, and on the west over the Cochetopa Hills to the rolling country sloping to the valley of Gunnison River. Its area is 2,769 square miles, of which 7 per cent, or 119,587 acres, were under cultivation in 1900. The population in 1900 was 3,853; and of Saguache, the county seat, 389. In 1900 the average magnetic declination was 12° 55' east. The mean annual rainfall is about 7 inches, and the mean annual temperature 40°.

Saguache; post town and county seat of Saguache County; population in 1900, 389; altitude, 7,745 feet.

Saguache; river heading in Cochetopa Hills and flowing south into San Luis Valley, where it disappears.

St. Charles; canyon in Pueblo County, a right-hand branch of St. Charles River. (Pueblo)

St. Charles; river in Pueblo County, a right-hand branch of Arkansas River. (Pueblo, Nepesta)

St. Charles; station in Pueblo County, on Denver and Rio Grande Railroad; altitude, 4,888 feet.

St. Cloud; post village in Larimer County.

St. Elmo; post town in Chaffee County on Colorado and Southern Railway; population in 1900, 64: altitude, 10,051 feet.

St. Kevin; station in Lake County on Denver and Rio Grande Railroad; altitude. 9,804 feet.

St. Lewis; creek in Grand County, a left-hand branch of Frazer River, tributary to Grand River.

St. Mary; post village in Huerfano County; altitude, 6,067 feet.

St. Peters; station in El Paso County on Colorado Springs and Cripple Creek District Railway; altitude, 8,701 feet.

St. Sophia; ridge on boundary between Ouray and San .Miguel counties Telluride.

St. Thomas; town in Teller County on Florence and Cripple Creek Railroad.

St. Vrain; creek in Weld County, a left-hand branch of South Platte River. (Niwot, Greeley)

St. Vrains; town in Weld County; altitude, 5,120 feet.

Salado; creek in Las Animas County, a left-hand branch of Apishapa River. (Elmore)

Salem; post village in Arapahoe County.

Salida; city in Chaffee County on Denver and Rio Grande Railroad; population in 1900, 3,722; altitude, 7,038 feet,

Salina; post village in Boulder County on Colorado and Northwestern Railroad; altitude, 6,571 feet,

Salina; station in Park County on Colorado Midland Railway; altitude, 8,936 feet.

Salis; station on Union Pacific Railroad; altitude, 4,123 feet.

Sails; station in Cheyenne County on Union Pacific Railroad.

Salt; canyon in Pueblo County, tributary to Beaver Creek. (Pueblo)

Salt; creek in Mesa County, a left-band branch of Plateau Creek.

Salt; creek in Pueblo County, a right-hand branch of Arkansas River. (Pueblo)

Salt; creek in Pueblo County, a right-hand branch of St. Charles River. (Walsenburg)

Salt: lake in Park County.

Salt Creek; post village in Pueblo County on Denver and Rio Grande Railroad; altitude 5,457 feet.

Samboul: gulch in La Plata County, tributary to Flagler Fork. (Durango)

Sample; station in Fremont County on Denver and Rio Grande Railroad.

Sampler; village in Teller County.

Sams; post village in San Miguel County on Denver and Rio Grande Railroad.

San Acacia; village in Costilla County.

San Bernardo; mountain in San Juan Mountains, San Miguel County; altitude, 11,845 feet. (Telluride)

San Bernardo; post village in San Miguel County on Denver and Rio Grande Railroad; altitude, 9,465 feet. (Telluride)

Sanborn; post village in Lincoln County. (Sanborn)

San Cristobal; lake in Hinsdale County; altitude, 9,000 feet. (San Cristobal)

Sand; arroyo in Baca and Las Animas counties, a right-hand branch of Adobe Creek, tributary to Arkansas River.

Sand: canyon in Baca County, tributary to Cimarron River. (Springfield)

Sand: creek in Arapahoe and Adams counties, a left-hand branch of South Platte River. (Denver)

Sand; creek in Routt County, a left-hand branch of Williams River.

Sand; creek in Weld County, a left-hand branch of Cache la Poudre River. (Greeley)

Sand; hills extending across the western part of Baca County. (Vilas)

Sand; hills in Lincoln County. (Arroyo)

Sand Creek; station in Denver County on Union Pacific Railroad.

Sandford; post village in Conejos County.

Sand Spur; station in Weld County on Union Pacific Railroad.

San Francisco; creek in Las Animas County, a right-hand branch of Purgatory River, tributary to Arkansas River. (Elmoro)

San Francisco: creek in Rio Grande County, a right-hand branch of Rio Grande.

San Francisco; pass in Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Las Animas County; altitude, 8,560 feet.

San Francisco; valley at the head of South Fork Purgatory River.

San Francisco; village in Costilla County.

San Francisco; small village in Las Animas County. (Spanish Peaks)

Sangre de Cristo; creek in Costilla County, a left-hand branch of Trinchera River, tributary to Rio Grande. (Huerfano Park)

Sangre de Cristo; mountains, a long, narrow range stretching from the head of San Luis Valley along its eastern border to New Mexico, including several peaks exceeding 14,000 feet in altitude.

Sangre de Cristo; pass in Sangre de Cristo Range; altitude, 9,454 feet.

San Isabel; creek in Saguache County, a left-hand branch of San Luis Creek.

San Isabel; post village in Saguache County; altitude, 7,537 feet.

San Isabel Forest Reserve; area, 501 square miles.

San Isidro; creek in Las Animas County, a right-hand branch of Purgatory River. (Elmoro)

San Joaquin; ridge in San Miguel County. (Telluride)

San Juan County in the southwestern part of the State; bounded on the north, east, and west by San Juan Mountains and on the south by La Plata County. Its surface is mountainous, including some of the highest spurs of the San Juan group. The southern part is Bakers Park, a valley hemmed in by mountains. Its area is 438 square miles, practically none of which is cultivated. The population in 1900 was 2,342; and of Silverton, the county seat, 1,360. In 1900 the average magnetic declination was 12° 50' east. The mean annual rainfall is about 19 inches, and the mean annual temperature 45° to 50°.

San Juan; mountains in the southern part of the State, which are extremely rugged and include many peaks exceeding 14,000 feet in altitude; source of Rio Grande and San Juan and Uncompahgre rivers and numerous branches of Gunnison River.

San Juan; river of Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah, a large branch of Colorado River, heading in the south slopes of San Juan Mountains and flowing in a westerly course; discharge, near Farmington, New Mexico, June 19 to December 31, 1904, 741,900 acre-feet.

San Juan; town in Hinsdale County.

San Juan; village in Mineral County; altitude, 8,901 feet.

San Juan Forest Reserve; area, 2,246 square miles.

San Luis; creek in Saguache and Costilla counties, tributary to San Luis lakes.

San Luis; hills in Conejos and Costilla counties.

San Luis; lakes without outlet in San Luis Valley, Costilla County, into which San Luis Creek flows; altitude, 7,592 feet.

San Luis; peak on boundary between Saguache and Mineral counties; altitude, 14,100 feet.

San Luis; post village and county seat of Costilla County; population in 1900, 350; altitude, 7,946 feet,

San Luis; valley in the southeastern part of the State, drained (southward by the Rio Grande, and by smaller streams which have no outlet; its surface is everywhere very level; altitude 7,000 to 8,000 feet.

San Miguel County in the southwestern part of the State; bounded on the north by Montrose and Ouray Counties, on the east by Ouray and San Juan counties, on the south by Dolores County, and on the west by Utah. The eastern part consists of high, rugged mountains, part of the San Juan group, and the western part is an arid plateau. Its area is 1,310 square miles, of which 1½ per cent, or 10,388 acres, were under cultivation in 1900. The population in 1900 was 5,379; and of Telluride, the county seat, 2,445. In 1900 the average magnetic declination was 13° 20' east. The mean animal rainfall is about 20 inches, and the mean annual temperature 45° to 50°.

San Miguel; lake in San Miguel County; altitude, 9,720 feet.

San Miguel; mountains, a name applied to a portion of the San Juan group, in which heads San Miguel River.

San Miguel; peak in San Juan Mountains on boundary between San Miguel and I Dolores counties. (Telluride)

San Miguel; plateau through which San Miguel River cuts a canyon for nearly its entire length.

San Miguel; river in Montrose and San Miguel counties, a right-hand branch of Dolores River, heading in the northwestern San Miguel Mountains and flowing nearly northwest to its mouth in a deep canyon east of Paradox.

San Miguel; station in San Miguel County on Denver and Rio Grande Railroad: altitude, 8,708 feet.

San Miguel; village in Las Animas County. (Elmoro)

San Pablo: canyon in Las Animas County, tributary to Purgatory River. (Spanish Peaks)

San Pablo; post village in Costilla County.

San Pedro; mesa in Costilla County.

San Pedro; village in Costilla County.

San Rafael; town in Conejos County; population in 1900, 700.

Santa Clara; creek in Las Animas County, a right-hand branch of Cuchara River. (Spanish Peaks, Walsenburg)

Santa Clara; station in Huerfano County on Colorado and Southern Railway; altitude, 8,500 feet. (Spanish Peaks)

Santa Clara Junction; station in Huerfano County, on Denver and Rio Grande Railroad.

Santa Fe; mountain in Front Range. Clear Creek County; altitude, 9,000 feet. (Georgetown)

Santa Maria; lake in Mineral County; altitude, 9,415 feet.

Santa Rita; station in Teller County on Colorado Springs and Cripple Creek District Railway.

Sapinero; creek in Gunnison County, a right-hand branch of Gunnison River.

Sapinero; post village in Gunnison County on Denver and Rio Grande Railroad; altitude, 7,245 feet.

Sarcillo; canyon in Las Animas County, tributary to Purgatory River. (Spanish Peaks)

Sarcillo; station in Las Animas County on Colorado and Wyoming Railway; altitude, 6,689 feet.

Sargent; post village in Saguache County on Denver and Rio Grande Railroad; altitude, 8,467 feet.

Saruche; canyon in Las Animas County, tributary to Purgatory River. (Spanish Peaks)

Sarvis; creek in Routt County, a right-hand branch of Bear Creek.

Satank; village in Garfield County. Railroad name, Bryant.

Saucer; valley in San Miguel County, partly enclosed by a bend of Dolores River.

Saugus; station in Lincoln County on Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway.

Saunders; arroyo in Pueblo County, near Haystack Butte. (Apishapa)

Savage; station in La Plata County on Denver and Rio Grande Railroad.

Savage Basin; valley in San Miguel County. (Silverton)

Savage Fork; in San Miguel County, a left-hand branch of Marshall Creek, tributary to San Miguel River. (Telluride)

Sawatch; creek in Saguache County, a right-hand branch of San Luis Creek.

Sawatch; range of high mountains on the west side of the valleys of Eagle and Arkansas rivers, including many peaks which exceed 14,000 feet in altitude, and few passes below timber line.

Saw Mill; creek in Douglas County, a left-hand branch of Plum Creek, tributary to South Platte River. (Castle Rock)

Sawpit; post town in San Miguel County on Denver and Rio Grande Railroad; altitude, 7,523 feet. (Telluride)

Sawtooth; range of Elk Mountains on boundary between Pitkin and Gunnison counties. (Crested Butte)

Sawtooth; summit in Montrose County; altitude, 11,370 feet.

Saxon; mountain in Clear Creek County; altitude, 11,535 feet. (Georgetown)

Scarp; ridge in Gunnison County; altitude, 12,137 feet. (Anthracite)

Schafer; gulch in Hinsdale County, tributary to Henson Creek. (Silverton)

Schafer Basin; valley in Hinsdale County. (Silverton)

Schley; post town in Elbert County.

Scholl; post town in Grand County.

Schramm; town in Yuma County on Burlington and Missouri River Railroad; altitude, 4,033 feet.

Source: United States Geological Survey, by Henry Gannett, Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey of Colorado, Charles D. Walcott. Director, Washington, Government Printing Office, 1906.

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