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Westminster platted as Harris Park. It was originally called Harrisburg. The name was changed to Westminster in 1908.
Severe rain storm begins after a long dry spell causing Clear Creek to flood, claiming three lives in Clear Creek Canyon.
The first tramway to Lakewood and Golden from Denver begins service by the Denver, Lakewood and Golden Railway Company. It later became part of the Denver Tramway Corporation and was popularly known as the “Loop.”
Mount Olivet Cemetery opened. It was called "The New City of the Dead.”
Ella Deaver becomes first woman elected to office in Jefferson County as Treasurer of the City of Golden.
Floods hit Clear Creek, Bear Creek and South Platte, causing major damage along rivers and in Golden and Morrison.
Great Flood from massive thunderstorm inundates Bear Creek, Clear Creek, Cub Creek, Golden Gate Canyon, Mt. Vernon Canyon, South Platte River and Tucker Gulch. 29 lives are lost at Evergreen, Golden, Morrison and Mt. Vernon Canyon, with great material destruction in Clear Creek Canyon, Golden and Morrison.
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