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Pedro-Botz House

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    Built by Stephen Pedro in 1904, the Pedro-Botz House in Smeltertown is a simple log house that housed first the Hungarian Pedro family and then the Yugoslavian Botz family, both of which found employment at the Ohio and Colorado Smelter in the early twentieth century.
    Pedro-Botz House

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References: 

R. Laurie Simmons and Thomas H. Simmons, “Pedro-Botz House,” National Register of Historic Places Registration Form (January 30, 2015).

Additional Information: 

George G. Everett and Wendell F. Hutchinson, Under the Angel of Shavano (Denver: Golden Bell Press, 1963).

James E. Fell Jr., Ores to Metals: The Rocky Mountain Smelting Industry (Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 2009).

Virginia McConnell Simmons, The Upper Arkansas: A Mountain River Valley (Boulder, CO: Pruett, 1990).