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October 2017 Update

The North London Mill site has been recognized by the Park County Historic Preservation Advisory Committee (PCHPAC) as a local landmark. 
The Boundary of the Historic North London Mill Site 

With historical research assistance from Christie Wright at the Park County Local History Archives and local historian Jerry Davis and research funding from the State University of New York at New Paltz, the application for landmark recognition was submitted by North London Mill Preservation, Inc. (NoLo).

Through grassroots fundraising and grants from the PCHPAC and the Alma Foundation, NoLo was able to raise $6,000 to commission an archeological site survey, conducted in August and September by Alpine Archeological Consultants of Montrose, CO to determine the scope and limits of the site.

The site was officially determined to be eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) by History Colorado, Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, on April 5, 1992. Alpine Archeological Consultant’s recent assessment of the site confirms that it should continue to be considered NRHP eligible. NoLo will pursue national landmark recognition for the site.