A handsome two-room frame schoolhouse in use until 1958 is now operated as a museum by the North Fork of the Gunnison River Historical Society. The school was moved from Bowie, a typical coal mining town two miles northeast whose mine office and boarding house, like its mine, are now ruins.
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Bowie School Museum
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