Jefferson County, Jefferson Territory - County Dissolution

County Dissolution

When Colorado Territory was organized in 1861, both Jefferson County and rebellious Ni Wot County laid down their differences and acceded to the federally recognized government, which reunited them into the modern-day Jefferson County, Colorado.

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