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 Burlington, Boulder County Colorado 1871

A delightful little valley town of Colorado, located in Boulder County, on the main stage road between Denver and Cheyenne. It derives its business principally from the rich agricultural country which surrounds it, and from the coal mines in the vicinity. Read more...Burlington Colorado Gazetteer

Its settlement dates back to the early days of Colorado history (after the discovery of gold), and though its growth has not been rapid, it has always been a pleasant, prosperous village, with good society and agreeable surroundings, and its growth has the health and stability peculiar to agricultural towns everywhere, and when colonists, who are invading this region, fully develop it, Burlington will have its quota of wealth, population and improvements.

Rocky Mountain Directory & Colorado Gazetteer

Source: Rocky Mountain Directory and Colorado Gazetteer, 1871, S. S. Wallihan & Company, Compilers and Publishers, Denver, 1870.


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