The Boulder County Metal Mining Multiple Property nomination is a collection of districts and buildings that illustrate the communities associated with the metal mining industry in the mountain region of Boulder County from 1858 to 1910. The buildings in this submission are pioneer log, simple wood-frame, or simple Victorian in style. Between 1900 and 1935, several of these communities evolved into early tourist destinations. (Cover documentation accepted by National Register in 1989.) Original Multiple Property Documentation Form (PDF, 3.02 MB). 2007 Amendment (PDF, 13.53 MB).
Eldora Historic District
Huron, Washington, Klondyke, Eldora Sts.
National Register 10/4/1989, 5BL.758
Gold Miner Hotel
601 Klondyke Ave.
National Register 7/3/1997, 5BL.758.2
Gold Hill Historic District
Main, Pine, College, Horsfal Sts.
National Register 8/3/1989, 5BL.769
Jamestown Mercantile Building
118 Main St.
National Register 8/3/1989, 5BL.503
Jamestown Town Hall
National Register 7/10/2003, 5BL.502
National Register 12/22/2011, 5BL.482
Rocky Mountain Mammoth Mill
National Register 7/6/2010, 5BL.5601
Little Church in the Pines
414 Gold Run Rd.
National Register 8/3/1989, 5BL.255
536 Gold Run Rd.
National Register 8/3/1989, 5BL.2676
355 County Rd. 83
National Register 8/3/1989, 5BL.2675
Wall Street Assay Office
6352 Four Mile Canyon Dr., Salina Star Route
National Register 8/3/1989, Boundary Increase: 1/28/1992, BL.2674
Ward Congregational Church
National Register 8/3/1989, 5BL.2672
Ward School (Ward Town Hall and Post Office)
National Register 8/3/1989, 5BL.2673