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Red Mesa, La Plata County, Colorado, is a farming district, the center of which is&nbsp;about twenty-five miles southwest of [http://www.durangogov.org/ Durango]&nbsp;, Colorado. It consists of table land known locally as the Redmesa, formerly a part of the [[Fort Lewis Indian Agency (Colorado)|Fort Lewis reservation]]. The settlement (in which the people live in a scattered condition on their respective farms) and was an outgrowth of Kline&nbsp;which is located 5 miles Northeast of Red Mesa. &nbsp;In 1908 the first&nbsp;LDS Church was organized in a temporary meetinghouse [Http://www.keepapitchinin.org/2009/06/07/latter-day-saint-images-1908/ 1] &nbsp;&nbsp; ''<br>''
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Red Mesa, La Plata County, Colorado, is a farming district, the center of which is&nbsp;about twenty-five miles southwest of [http://www.durangogov.org/ Durango]&nbsp;, Colorado. It consists of table land known locally as the Redmesa, formerly a part of the [[Fort Lewis Indian Agency (Colorado)|Fort Lewis reservation]]. The settlement (in which the people live in a scattered condition on their respective farms) and was an outgrowth of Kline&nbsp;which is located 5 miles Northeast of Red Mesa. &nbsp;In 1908 the first&nbsp;LDS Church was organized in a temporary [http://www.keepapitchinin.org/2009/06/07/latter-day-saint-images-1908/ meetinghouse].<br>

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Red Mesa, La Plata County, Colorado, is a farming district, the center of which is about twenty-five miles southwest of Durango , Colorado. It consists of table land known locally as the Redmesa, formerly a part of the Fort Lewis reservation. The settlement (in which the people live in a scattered condition on their respective farms) and was an outgrowth of Kline which is located 5 miles Northeast of Red Mesa.  In 1908 the first LDS Church was organized in a temporary meetinghouse.