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September's question:

In Bringing Sundance Home by Jerry Nickle, the author says that in the 1880s Cortez, CO, was what capital of the Old West?

a) the silver capital

b) the movie capital

c) the outlaw capital

@ (choose one below)

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  Congratulations to last month's winner:
Mary Lou Volk
  Last month's question:
Name Cortez's first postmaster. He wrote A Frontier Army Surgeon, which calls the Four Corners area of the United States the "Dark Corner."
  Last month's answer:
Dr. Bernard J. Byrne lived in Cortez prior to 1890 and served as its first postmaster. He wrote A Frontier Army Surgeon in 1935. According to the book, from as early as the 1880s the Four Corners area of the United States had been known as the "Dark Corner."