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Please direct any inquiries to the Carbon County GenWeb coordinator Jeremy Berry-Cahn

 

Prior to organization, about 3,400 square miles in the center of Carbon County were once part of the Republic of Texas and part of the State of Texas until 1852 when the northern most part of that state was ceded to the U.S. government.  Established in 1868 as a county in the Dakota Territory, Carbon County has a rich history of cattle, sheep, mining, and railroads. 

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   Neighboring Counties  
  • Sweetwater (west)
  • Fremont (northwest)
  • Natrona (north)
  • Converse (northeast)
  • Albany (east)
  • Jackson Co., CO (southeast)
  • Routt Co., CO (south)
  • Moffat Co., CO (southwest)

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    This page updated 20 Jan 2016.