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Text:"... in maintaining control ¡addition to many other felt that he was particular* | of water and milk supplies, so- ors and affiliations. JobAdamsCooper (1844-1899)—I Charles L. Hall 1835-1907) — Cattleman, lawyer..."
Date:Mar 26 1961
Publication:Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States of America
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Text:"... not adopted and Governor JobAdamsCooper made Its lo lol numbered 24 in block that said be to Said as twred one of Young s In the Sallee deceased First Insertion D- 28 Last Insertion 1 SALE yeast cake..."
Date:Feb 1 1899
Publication:Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States of America
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Text:"... John D. Works and was married to the present Mrs. .Works fourteen yrars ago. Ho was separated from a former wife through 1 Feb. JobAdamsCooper, widow of former Governor .Cooper of Colorado, died here..."
Date:Feb 3 1918
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
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Text:"... to gain an JobAdamsCooper Charles Hall 18351907 prominent cit Prospector and utilities de iinent Colorado Physician and Surgeon to Be Candidate For City Council Colorado March 26 Charles Chief of Surgery..."
Date:Mar 26 1961
Publication:Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States of America
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Text:"... news Emily Griffith 18801947 Second founder of Emily Grif i i e f Ourayfith Opportunity School in Denver and had no time in Denver for 25 vears andi iduring Meeker JobAdamsCooper 18441899 iportunity..."
Date:Mar 26 1961
Publication:Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States of America
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Text:".... (see Mrs. JobAdamsCooper). Barnes, Mrs. W. B. (Fannie G. Rearick), (82), Acad. 82-85, h. Merchant 705 W. Lead Ave., Albuquerque, New Mexico Barnes, Henry A., Col. 82-85, Broker 1812 Emerson Ave., S..."
Date:1915
Publication place:Galesburg, Illinois, USA
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Text:"... was to permit the State to increase its inilebtedness to six hundred thousand dollars. All were defeated. JobAdamsCooper, who was elected governor in 1888, was the sixth state governor of Colorado. He..."
Date:1904
Publication place:Madison, Wisconsin, USA
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