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Welcome to Walsenburg & as the sign says..
A Great Place to Be!
It was raining this day but the skies were very beautiful anyway.

To the right is St Mary's Catholic Church.

Huerfano County Building in Walsenburg. It was built in 1904

Views of various parts of Walsenburg
This building is being renovated to become the new library and meeting place
A view of the Spanish Peaks on a very cloudy & rainy day

Homes & churches in Walsenburg

Housed in the old two-story stone jail that was built in 1896, this museum has many displays, many of which are housed in the old cells. Learn about the labor disputes where 54 people, including women and children, were killed in 10 days time. See pictures of Mary Harris "Mother" Jones who was known as the most dangerous woman in America as she led the protests during the coal strike of 1913-14. The bronze statue of a miner stands on a memorial with local miners' names.

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