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Weld County was organized as one of the seventeen original Colorado
counties by the First Territorial Legislature on November 1, 1861.
Until February 9, 1887, its boundaries included the area now comprising
Weld County, Washington County, Logan County, Morgan County, Yuma
County, Phillips County and Sedgwick County.
Weld County is named for Lewis Ledyard Weld, a lawyer and territorial
secretary. He died while serving in the Union Army during the Civil War
Brighton * Dacono * Evans * Fort Lupoton * Greeley
* Longmont * Northglenn * Thornton
Ault * Berthoud * Eaton * Erie * Firestone * Frederick * Garden City *
Gilcrest * Grover
Hudson * Johnstown * Keensburg * Kersey * La Salle * Lochbuie * Lucerne
Mead * Milliken * Nunn * Pierce * Platteville * Raymer * Severance *
Briggsdale * Carr * Dearfield * Galeton * Gill * Hereford * Keota *
Stoneham * Tampa * Wattenburg