A fence made of log posts and beams stands in the foreground of this view of Arapahoe Peak near Ranch Creek on the border of Grand and Boulder counties in Colorado. Ranch Creek is a tributary of the Fraser River, a branch of the Colorado River...
Arapaho Peak stands in the distance in this view from Ranch Creek in Colorado, probably in Grand or Boulder County. Ranch Creek is a tributary of the Fraser River, a branch of the Colorado River (formerly Grand River).
Logs are banded together to form a road into Boulder Canyon near Gilpin County, Colorado. Additional logs placed end to end line the sides of the road. Shrubs stand on both sides of the road, and a ridge of mountains is in the distance.
A fence with log posts and rails stands next to a dirt road in the foreground of this view of James Peak at the intersection of Gilpin, Clear Creek and Grand counties in Colorado. The fence is possibly part of William Cozens' ranch near Fraser in...
Two men, possibly including William Cozens, sit on the porch of Cozens' ranch in Fraser in Grand County, Colorado. Cozens was the first official sheriff of Gilpin County, Colorado, but moved to Fraser in 1876 with his wife, Mary York Cozens. A sign...
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