School District No. 25-Bashor was formed in 1873 but there are no extant census records before 1884. Charles C True was Secretary of the district that year, and these are some of the families whose children attended the school: Atwood, Baker, McCall, Sheppard, True, Van Bergen, Webster and Wellman

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School District No. 24-Gold Hill was formed in 1873 but there are no extant census records before 1884. Daniel Drummond was Secretary of the district that year, and these are some of the families whose children attended the school: Barnett, Fisk, Hartley, Herzinger, Kirkbride, Ogden, Romig, Venable and Walsted. Gold Hill is still an active school today.

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School District No. 23-Armstrong was formed in 1873 but there are no extant census records before 1885. J M Armstrong was the secretary of the district that year, and these are some of the families whose children attended the school: Armstrong, Barnet, Bennett, Birdsill, Mumford, Stewart and Whipple.

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School District No. 22-Altona was formed in 1873 but there are no extant census records before 1885. Alonzo Allen was the Secretary that year, and these are some of the families whose children attended the school: Boot, Dagle, Eads, Faivre, Gardner, Geer, Haldi, Jamison, Russell and Tilson.

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School District No. 21-Hygiene was formed in 1873 but there are no extant census records before 1885. John Dawson was the Secretary of the district that year, and these are some of the families whose children attended the school: Bashor, Birdsall, Burch, Dawson, Forbess, Goss, Laycook, McIntosh, Webber and Weese.

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School District No. 20-Batchelder was formed in 1872 but there are no extant census records before 1884. Selden D Fleck was the Secretary of the district and these are some of the families whose children attended the school: Arbuthnot, Conlin, Erickson, Goyn, Harop, Ory, Richart and Mosley.

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School District No. 19-Caribou was formed in 1872 but there are no extant census records before 1879. M E Crellin was the Secretary of the district in that year, and these are some of the families whose children attended the school: Barnett, Callahan, Cosgrove, Chapman, Firzbrook, George, Gribble, Herzinger, Johns, Lloyd, Millman, Pierce, Richards, Trinby, Webster and Webb.

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School District No. 18-Middle Boulder (now known as Nederland) was formed in 1872 but there are no extant census records until 1884. Charles H Weeks was Secretary of the district that year, and these are some of the families whose children attended the school: Bryant, Caughlin, Hendrickson, Pickel, Roberts and Savory.

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School District No. 17-Longmont was the second largest school district in the county behind the Boulder school district. It was formed in 1871 but there are no extant census records for this district before 1883. Willis A Warner was the Secretary of the district that year, and these are some of the families whose children attended the school: Abbot, Brooks, Bemis, Buckingham, Cantonwine, Clark, Crawford, Daughtry, Epperson, Ferguson, Golden, Huyck, Hatch, Lang, Merriman, O’Connor, Preston, Silver, Tallman & Wiswall.

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School District No. 16-Pleasant View was formed in 1871 although there are no extant census records before 1883. In that year, George Walker was the Secretary for the district and these are the names of some of the families whose children attended the school: Andrews, Dalton, Buffmire, Dunham, Akins, Stanton, Rhodes and Woods.

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