Hannah Connell Barker

Hannah Connell Barker (1844–1918) was an early resident of Boulder, Colorado. Barker was a teacher, civic leader, businesswoman and land developer in an era when industrious women were not commonly recognized for their contributions. Among other things, Barker served as a teacher; as director of the Boulder Bank; and was instrumental in platting and developing significant parts of the City of Boulder. She also owned the land that was used for the construction of Barker Meadow Reservoir, Boulder's primary source of water. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Barker, Hannah
Published 1998
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by Barker, Hannah
Published 2006
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by Barker, Hannah
Published 2017
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by Barker, Hannah
Published 2016
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