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Tabernash

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This village (1904, 8,320 feet), begun as a siding for the railroad, is still a repair shop and crew change point for the D&RG. Tabernash was named for a Ute chief killed for raiding ranches, rustling, and telling William Cozens and other palefaces to get out of Middle Park.

Writing Credits

Author: 
Thomas J. Noel

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