Historical Markers in
Jefferson County, Colorado

1115 Washington Avenue 1211 Washington Avenue 700 Tenth Street 922 Washington Avenue A Daring Rescue Arapahoe City Billy Drew Bridge Bird Track Bone Deposition Brewing on Clear Creek-Coors History Bridge Load Ordinance Background Brontosaur Bulges Buffalo Bill Buffalo Bill's Grave — Frequently Asked Questions Buffalo Bill's Grave — Why is Buffalo Bill Buried Here? Castle Rock Charles E. Kirk Clear Creek Colorado National Guard Armory Columbine High School Cretaceous Time Dinosaur Ridge Down by the Old Mill Stream Early History of Clear Creek Farming Ferrell/Berthoud Home (Miners Hotel) First Bicycle Mishap in Golden First Building Site First Resident/Agriculturalist Front Range Foothills Fun on Courthouse Hill Gold Gold in Clear Creek Golden Alarm Bell Golden and Clear Creek Golden City Goosetown Tavern Greeley’s Crossing Horace Greeley’s Crossing Point Irrigation and Farming John Brisben Walker Jolly Rancher 1113 Washington Avenue Lariat Loop Byway: Buffalo Bill Museum Lariat Loop Byway: Denver Mountain Parks Late Jurassic Time Morrison Fossil Area Native Americans on Clear Creek Our Changing Landscape-From Sea Floor to Mountain Top Palm Fronds Play in the Wind Porcelain and Malted Milk Recreation: Past to Present Red Rocks Amphitheatre Red Rocks Park Rock Deformation Rock Flour Millstone Settlement of Clear Creek Valley Settler Farm Wife’s Initiative Stop 7: Laramie Formation (68 mya) Clay Pits Fault, Fire Clay Mining, Reclamation Stop 7a: White Ash Mine Summer White House Territorial Capital of Colorado The Astor House The Boston Company The Rocky Mountains The White Ash Mine Disaster Theropod Track Tourism Transportation Triceratops Tracks Triceratops Trail Volcanic Ash Water Carves Canyons West Alameda Parkway / Dinosaur Ridge What is the Historical Significance of this Site? What You Can See From Here Today White Ash Mine Disaster Who Was Buffalo Bill? Windy Saddle Park / Connecting to the Past Winter Wind on the Mesa