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Telluride

(tĕl`yərīd), town (1990 pop. 1,309), seat of San Miguel co., SW Colo., on the San Miguel River in the San Juan Mts., inc. 1887. A trade center in a sheep, dairying, and mining (gold, silver, lead) region, Telluride is best known as a ski resort. The town has a number of Victorian buildings that date from the gold-mining boom of the late 19th cent., when the population exceeded 5,000.
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will be seen at this summer's Telluride Playwrights Festival in Colorado.