“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Bayfield, Colorado

Clickable Map of La Plata County, Colorado and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> La Plata County, CO (32) Archuleta County, CO (6) Dolores County, CO (7) Hinsdale County, CO (9) Montezuma County, CO (61) San Juan County, CO (51) San Juan County, NM (28)  LaPlataCounty(32) La Plata County (32)  ArchuletaCounty(6) Archuleta County (6)  DoloresCounty(7) Dolores County (7)  HinsdaleCounty(9) Hinsdale County (9)  MontezumaCounty(61) Montezuma County (61)  SanJuanCounty(51) San Juan County (51)  SanJuanCountyNew Mexico(28) San Juan County (28)
Durango is the county seat for La Plata County
Bayfield is in La Plata County
      La Plata County (32)  
      Archuleta County (6)  
      Dolores County (7)  
      Hinsdale County (9)  
      Montezuma County (61)  
      San Juan County (51)  
      San Juan County, New Mexico (28)  
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1Colorado (La Plata County), Bayfield — 4 — Bayfield Churches — Calvary Presbyterian Church of Pine River, Union Church, Free Methodist Church — Bayfield Walking Tour Stop 4 —
Calvary Presbyterian Church of Pine River 89 E. Mill Street Ground was broken for the foundation of the church on April 16, 1898; the building was first used for services eleven months later, on March 15, 1899. The lots were donated by W. . . . Map (db m160512) HM
2Colorado (La Plata County), Bayfield — 1 — Bayfield Drug Store — Bayfield Historic Walking Tour Stop 1 — 11 West Mill Street —
In January of 1914, L. E. Jenkins bought the lot at the corner of Mill and Pearl Streets. In February he started construction on this building and hired J. M. Lail as his contractor. According to the Bayfield Blade, L. E. Jenkins was in his new . . . Map (db m160497) HM
3Colorado (La Plata County), Bayfield — 2 — Farmers & Merchant[s] Bank — Bayfield Historic Walking Tour Stop 2 — 15 E. Mill Street —
In 1911, this building was constructed to house the Farmers and Merchants Bank. J. M. Lail and son S. A. Lail contracted to construct the building. During the early 1920s, Dr. E. W. Newland constructed an adjacent building sharing the east wall of . . . Map (db m160510) HM
4Colorado (La Plata County), Bayfield — 6 — Glenn Bros General Store — Bayfield Historic Walking Tour Stop 6 — 24 E. Mill Street —
This property was owned by Warren Schiller, co-founder of Bayfield. In 1898, the property was leased to F. M. Anderson, upon which he built a restaurant. A photograph from the 1910s shows a false-front wood frame building with clapboard siding on . . . Map (db m160557) HM
5Colorado (La Plata County), Bayfield — 8 — H.C. Schroder House — Bayfield Historic Walking Tour Stop 8
H.C. Schroder bought [this] property at the end of 1899 and by 1900-1901 he had constructed a flour mill and a retail store on the property; it is likely that he built this house at the same time. The Beach family owned this house from June 1925 . . . Map (db m160496) HM
6Colorado (La Plata County), Bayfield — 9 — Hotel Central & Akers Motor Co. Garage — Bayfield Historic Walking Tour Stop 9
Hotel Central 57 W. Mill Street The August 3, 1911 edition of the Bayfield Blade reported the completion of the "Hotel Central." This photo shows the building originally had wood clapboard siding, a wood shingle roof, and a covered . . . Map (db m160490) HM
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7Colorado (La Plata County), Bayfield — 3 — Newland House and Presbyterian Manse — Bayfield Historic Walking Tour Stop 3
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8Colorado (La Plata County), Bayfield — 7 — Schroder Store / Coulson Bros. — Bayfield Historic Walking Tour Stop 7
Schroder Store 64 W. Mill Street (Second from left) The November 7, 1901 Durango Democrat reported that H. C. "Schroeder" was building a new storehouse in Bayfield; this is the west half of this building. Between 1910 and 1919, additions . . . Map (db m160471) HM
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Sep. 30, 2022