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Cities and Towns
12021-02-01T11:42:47-08:00Christopher J. Schrecka2fcfe32c1f76dc9d5ebe09475fa72e5633cc36d72424plain2021-02-02T06:59:11-08:00Christopher J. Schrecka2fcfe32c1f76dc9d5ebe09475fa72e5633cc36dThe Colorado Fuel and Iron Company and its predecessors were responsible for the establishment of dozens of cities and towns across the region. Many of these places still exist or have been incorporated into other expanding cities, while many more have become ghost towns, were reduced to ruins, or have been altogether erased from the Colorado landscape. Many that were not built by the company itself were greatly affected by it, so much so that the course of their development was impacted for generations to come.
12015-11-30T22:53:53-08:00Christopher J. Schrecka2fcfe32c1f76dc9d5ebe09475fa72e5633cc36dColorado Fuel and IronChristopher J. Schreck56Culture and Industry in Southern Coloradoimage_header2021-04-23T08:20:24-07:00Christopher J. Schrecka2fcfe32c1f76dc9d5ebe09475fa72e5633cc36d