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Conifer (Colo.) -- History

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Ashley Legg Manuscript: Rural Education in America: The 20th Century Shift Away from One-Room Schoolhouses to Modernized Public Education in Conifer, Colorado, 2015

 Item — Small collection box 4, Envelope: 6
Identifier: Series-211
Abstract From the introduction: From one-room schoolhouses to developed public schools, rural education in America has seen a dramatic shift over time. School consolidation played a large part in this shift on a national level and was one of the main reasons that America began transitioning away from one-room schoolhouses. This shift can particularly be studied in Conifer, Colorado. The first schools in Conifer appeared in the late 1800s as one-room schoolhouses and were maintained as the only...
Dates: 2015

Meyer Family Collection

 Unprocessed Material — Box 1-2
Identifier: 2019-011
Dates: Existence: 1905-2007

Recorder's Book of the Junction District in Jefferson County, Kansas Territory

 Digital Collection
Dates: Record Keeping: 1860-1861

Recorder's Book of the Junction District of Jefferson County, Kansas Territory, 1860-1861

 Item — Small collection box 7, Envelope: 1
Identifier: Series-255
Scope and Contents

Collection contains the Recorder's Book of the Junction District in Jefferson County, Kansas Territory, formed in 1860. James H. Fisk acted as Recorder. On August 11, 1860, a meeting was called to organize a district, frame a constitution, and make laws for the purpose of defending the pioneers' claims. G.W. Hutchinson was nominated as President. The book contains minutes of meetings, resolutions adopted, and recording of claims. Name index in front.

Dates: Record Keeping: August 1860-February 1861