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Colorado, U.S.A.
Welcome to Littleton, Colorado.
Littleton is a city in Arapahoe County, and despite its name it is home to an estimated population of 41,737 people. The history of Littleton began in 1859, during the Pike's Peak Gold Rush. During this era, tons of gold seekers, merchants and farmers arrived in the community hoping for a better life. An engineer named Richard Sullivan Little moved out west from New Hampshire to work on irrigation systems, and soon settled in present day Littleton with his wife in 1862. Five years later, the Little family along with neighbors built the Rough and Ready Flour Mill, which became the foundation for the community's economy. Nearly thirty years past its inception, the community consisted of 245 people who voted to incorporate the Town of Littleton. Today, Littleton is home to several public schools, including two colleges, as well as the Colorado Center for the Blind. The center provides a skills training program for blind teenagers and adults, and is operated by the National Federation of the Blind in Littleton. Residents have access to fine cultural recreation at The Depot Art Gallery and Littleton Fine Arts Guild, as well as the Littleton Symphony Orchestra and the Littleton Chorale. The city also hosts several events throughout the year, including he Western Welcome Week, an annual community celebration that has been going on since the late 1920s. The Welcome Week includes over 40 events total and benefits a multitude of local civic and charitable organizations. Places to visit include the lush Hudson Gardens, the Town Hall Arts Center, The Littleton Museum and the historic Gravesite of Alfred Packer.
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