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This Week in History of November 30, 2017

by Nancy Christofferson Walsenburg 1882: J.L., Kate and Nate Patterson have gone to the new camp at Williams Creek and Cottonwood Creek 10 miles north of Gardner to view the iron prospects and report that some 500 men are already in the vicinity. Assays have been made as high as $30,000 in gold. 1892: The
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Walsenburg 1885: Benton Canon is the president of the Old Settlers and
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