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        Boggsville | Colorado Experience

        During the height of the Fur Trade, Bent’s Fort established itself as one of the most important trading posts in the West. As the only major permanent settlement along the Sante Fe Trail, it served as a hub of commercial and cultural exchange for Cheyenne and Arapahoe Plains Indians and American trappers, as well as a stopping point for the US Army, explorers and settlers. Founded in 1866, Boggsville represented an eclectic mix of people and cultures - with Hispanic, Native American and European immigrants all calling it home.

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