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Historical Markers in Cripple Creek, Colorado

 
Clickable Map of Teller County, Colorado and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Teller County, CO (40) Douglas County, CO (18) El Paso County, CO (341) Fremont County, CO (27) Jefferson County, CO (81) Park County, CO (20)  TellerCounty(40) Teller County (40)  DouglasCounty(18) Douglas County (18)  ElPasoCounty(341) El Paso County (341)  FremontCounty(27) Fremont County (27)  JeffersonCounty(81) Jefferson County (81)  ParkCounty(20) Park County (20)
Cripple Creek is the county seat for Teller County
Cripple Creek is in Teller County
      Teller County (40)  
ADJACENT TO TELLER COUNTY
      Douglas County (18)  
      El Paso County (341)  
      Fremont County (27)  
      Jefferson County (81)  
      Park County (20)  
 
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1Colorado (Teller County), Cripple Creek — “The Old Homestead House” of Myers Avenue
The town site of Cripple Creek was laid out shortly after the discovery of gold by Horace Bennett, a Denver realtor, with his partner, Julius Myers, naming the street after each of them. Bennett Avenue became the main street of the town and of . . . Map (db m51827) HM
2Colorado (Teller County), Cripple Creek — Fairley Bros. & Lampman Building1896
Furniture retailers C.L. and D.B. Fairley joined undertaker Oscar Lampman to finance the construction of this building. The Fairleys opened a branch of their Colorado Springs store here; Lampman acted primarily as an investor. The Central Drug . . . Map (db m51823) HM
3Colorado (Teller County), Cripple Creek — Old Homestead Parlour House1896
Situated just below Cripple Creek’s fashionable business district, the Old Homestead anchored Myers Avenue’s “entertainment trade.” On a street flanked by saloons and one-room “cribs” where individual “ladies” could ply their trade, this brothel . . . Map (db m51824) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Oct. 5, 2022