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Historic Georgetown, Inc.

Historic Georgetown, a Colorado non-profit corporation, was created to initiate, encourage and integrate efforts to preserve the rich heritage of the Georgetown/Silver Plume National Historic Landmark District. Historic Georgetown Inc. is dedicated to preserving five different 19th century homes in order to give visitors a glimpse at what early life was like in Georgetown, from the poor to the rich.

The site offers virtual tours of all five faithfully restored homes, as well as information about Historic Georgetown Inc. and its upcoming events.

 
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