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Boggsville Historic Site

The Holly Municipal Swimming Pool opens Memorial Day weekend and remains open, 7 days per week, through about mid-August.

Bent’s Old Fort

Bent’s Old Fort is considered one of Colorado’s most significant historic sites where visitors can step into the past and experience a time capsule of frontier life and fort guides, outfitted in 19th-century clothing, tell the important story of this crossroads of culture.

Bent’s New Fort

Bent’s New Fort, built by William Bent from 1849 to 1853, lies 30 miles east of the original Bent’s Old Fort on a bluff overlooking the Arkansas River.

Fort Amity

Fort Amity was a unique farming colony organized by the Salvation Army in 1989 that reached national prominence for its successes.

Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site

The Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site offers visitors the opportunity to stand on the ground of this historical travesty and learn more from interpretive signage.

Amache Museum

The Amache Museum houses many objects donated by Camp Amache survivors or recovered during archaeological research

The Historic Santa Fe Trail

For 59 years, the Santa Fe Trail was one thread in a web of international trade routes, influencing economies as far away as New York, London, and Mexico.

The Fleagle Gang and The Fingerprint that Proved Their Guilt

The Fleagle case was the first time FBI fingerprint examiners were able to connect a single print left on a piece of evidence with an actual person, thus proving that person’s involvement in a crime.

Camp Amache: A Japanese-American Relocation Center

Camp Amache’s artifacts are being preserved, and the land on which it stood has become open to the public and filled with interpretive signage detailing life at the camp and honoring those who lived there.

Blackwell Station and the Founding of Lamar

Lamar’s colorful history began with a unique hijacking in May 1886.

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