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Originally home to Native American tribes, Pueblo was a favorite crossroads for
fur traders and explorers who founded a trading post, Fort Pueblo, in the early
1840s. From here, Zebulon Pike launched the first expedition into the Arkansas
River Valley. It was the discovery of gold in 1858 that began the development of
the area in earnest, and the arrival of the railroad in the 1870s that spurred
For local research, you should contact
the Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness website at http://www.raogk.org. They
have volunteers who have offered to help researchers with local research in
their respective counties. Often the work is done for little to no compensation.
It's likely you'll find someone that can help you.
Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in
Pueblo County, Colorado. Interested individuals may want to check out the Pueblo
County page below:
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