I recommend this book to anyone looking for an in depth look at the early mining in Colorado. Tabor was a very interesting man and Duane Smith does a good job in his presentation. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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In January , Tabor was elected to the Free-State Topeka Legislature , but that body was soon dispersed by President Franklin Pierce in favor of the pro-slavery legislature that had been elected under the influence of " Border Ruffians " from Missouri.
Pierce, then returned with her to Riley County. In , as rumors of gold began to spread, the couple moved west with the " Fifty-Niners " to Denver still in Kansas Territory at the time. The Tabors arrived in Buckskin Joe , Colorado, in to operate a store. In a few months they relocated to the Oro City area where Horace sought gold. Augusta Tabor recorded in her journal her first impression of the South Park area while they were headed to Leadville: "I shall never forget my first vision of the park. I can only describe it by saying it was one of Colorado's sunsets.
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Those who have seen them know how glorious they are. After the Tabors lived a year in Leadville, placer mining declined, and the couple returned to Buckskin Joe, where they remained until He was postmaster in Buckskin Joe from to ; Augusta apparently handled most of those duties and took in boarders and laundry, while Horace prospected in the mines. In , the Tabors returned once more to Leadville to resume storekeeping.
The couple ran Leadville's general store and postal system and, following his election on January 26, , Tabor served as mayor of Leadville for one year. It was Mayor Tabor who first hired lawman Mart Duggan , who is credited with finally bringing Leadville's violent crime rate under control. He displayed his philanthropy by, for example, donating  the land under the Temple Israel in Leadville in In , Tabor was elected Lieutenant Governor of Colorado and served in that post until January He served as U.
Senator from January 27, until March 3, ,  following the resignation of Henry M.
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The two married in a public and, to some, scandalous wedding ceremony at the Willard Hotel in Washington, D. Tabor ran without success for governor of Colorado governor in , , and Then, in , the repeal of the Sherman Silver Purchase Act in the administration of President Grover Cleveland , devastated Tabor's fortune and his far-flung holdings were sold off. Still a respected public figure, he was made postmaster of Denver  from January 4, until his death the following year.
When he became terminally ill with appendicitis in , Tabor's final request of Baby Doe was that she maintain the Matchless claim. Legend reports that she did but later lost control of the mine.
She lived in the tool shed of the Matchless mine for thirty years and died in that shed. Augusta Tabor, however, prospered in her later years; on her death in , she was among the wealthiest citizens of Denver. When Horace Tabor died in , flags were flown at half staff and ten thousand people were reported to have attended his funeral. Calvary Cemetery in Denver and later reinterred at Mt.