Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Cody Complex, Duncan Complex and Apishapa dating back to 499 BC.
Many famous people are associated with these El Paso County historic places including Alice Taylor, William Jackson Palmer, Judson Moss Bemis, Dr. William Abraham Bell, Spencer Penrose and Charles W. Barker.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the El Paso County places including W.T. & Son Mitchell, American Bridge Co., Thomas MacLaren, Dozier, Joseph, et al., Platt Rogers, Rock Island Railroad, William White Stickney, Richard S. Requa, Frederick J. Sterner and Henry Rutgers Marshall. Prominent architectural styles found in El Paso Country are Mission/Spanish Revival, Romanesque and Tudor Revival.
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