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Founded November 1, 1861
Gilpin County was named after Colonel William Gilpin, the first Governor of the Territory of Colorado.
The County Seat is Central City.
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04 Apr 2018:
People, Pioneers & Who's Who: Who's Who - Neville George Parsons; Charles L. Patterson; E. H. Quiller; Otto Ruttkamp; Nora Livingston Scott; Walter E. Scott, Jr.; James M. Seright; Robert B. Slater; Henry J. Stahl; William F. Stroehle; Arthur C. Thomas; Mrs. Armanda Wagner; William Otto Ziege
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