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Fort Collins History and Architecture

TABLE 2

LIST OF HISTORIC SUBDIVISIONS - FORT COLLINS

Subdivision Platted and Date

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Original Town Site 1873

Harrison 1881

Lake Park 1881

Doty and Rhodes 1883

Emigh 1886

Loomis 1887

Westside 1887

F.J. Spencer 1888

Crafts' 1890

Crafts' Second 1891

Harrison's Resubdivision 1902

Buckingham Place 1903

Anderson Place 1904

Tennyson Heights 1904

Galligan 1905

Morger-Smith 1905

Gillete 1906

Grandview 1906

Ogden 1906

Prospect Place 1906

Capital Hill 1907

City Park Heights 1907

Scott-Sherwood 1907

Hensel 1908

Vanslyke-Setzler 1909

Humphrey-Lunn 1910

Sitzman 1910

Swetts 1910

Westlawn 1920

L.C. Moore 1st, 2nd, 3rd 1921

Wiard's 1921

Mountain View 1922

Griffin's 1923

Maynard 1923

Frey 1924

Juel Place 1924

Kenwood Heights 1924

Babbit 1925

Bradley's 1925

Observatory Heights 1925

Sylvan Place 1925

West Acres 1925

College Heights 1926

Person 1926

Alta Vista 1927

East Acres 1930

Rostek 1930

Rostek 2nd 1931

Rostek 3rd 1935

Grey Strector 1936

Alpert 1937

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SOURCE: Fort Collins Planning Department, "Subdivisions" (19 June 1991), computer printout. Significant pre-1940 subdivisions were extracted from the listing; resubdivisions of an existing block are not included.

Links to Historic Contexts

Euro-American Exploration and the Fur Trade, ca. 1540-1858

The Colorado Gold Rush, Early Settlement, and the Creation of Fort Collins, 1844-1866

Establishing the City: Old Town and New Town, 1866-1877

The Railroad Era, Colorado Agricultural College, and the Growth of the City, 1877-1900

Sugar Beets, Streetcar Suburbs, and the City Beautiful, 1900-1919

Post World War I Urban Growth, 1919-1941

Bibliography

Table 1 - Population Growth

Table 2 - List of Historic Subdivisions

Introduction

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