Teller County, named for U.S. Senator Henry M. Teller, was formed from El Paso and Fremont Counties in 1899. Teller County's claim to fame is its gold mines, discovered and worked from the 1880's into the 20th century. Cripple Creek was the principal city of this era, and is currently the county seat for Teller County. Other towns in Teller County include Altman, Crystola, Divide, Florrisant, Victor, Woodland Park, and a small portion of Colorado Springs.
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Last update 18 August 2010
Gail Kilgore, State Coordinator
Colleen Pustola, Asst. State Coordinator