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James Crawford moved along with his family into the unsettled Yampa Valley in 1875. The family lived in two log cabins and a framed house in what is now called Old Town Steamboat Springs before moving into the native sandstone home. The outside of the home, and the materials James Crawford used to create it, reflect the Steamboat Springs area and the time period in which he built the home.

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Steamboat's most important home is back in tune

James and Maggie Crawford's old Hallett and Cumston upright piano is back in the parlor where it belongs, and their Romanesque revival home is back in the family, too.


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