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"Nestled among the hills and mountains of Colorado, the bustling town of Amiville is home to a variety of peoples, flora and fauna.
Settlers from both coasts, seeking a simpler life away from the large cities have found their way to upper plains states, Colorado being attractive for its mineral content and open lands. A modest town in size, yet featuring businesses of convenience such as Saloons, Banks, Bakeries, Gentleman's and Lady's Emporiums, Hotel, Hospital, Courthouse, Church as well as a local Funeral Parlor, just to name a few.

A Federal Marshal's station for the territory as well as a town Sheriff's Office uphold the peace in and around Amiville. And yes, Outlaws have found their way to Colorado, same as the lawful folk. Yet despite the wildly popular penny-dreadfuls, daily town life is not fraught with gunfights and bank hold-ups. Cowboys gather at the the local saloon, humorously named "the Tipsy Maiden" where they drink, socialize, tell their tall tales or gape at the dance-hall girls. Life is what you make of it, same as everywhere but in general the populace appears to be comfortable and content with their stations in life, from the Town Mayor to the boy that cleans the Livery. Mining supplements many a citizen's income.
I would recommend the community to a visitor, settler or traveling salesman."

~ excerpt from "Whitcomb's Travels & Territories" - Ticknor & Fields Publ., Boston 1868

9 years now , many things have changed ! Living and Business Opportunities for the Role Player 

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Come get your laundry done! Next day delivery! Hot bath service is just 2 shilling! Also honey candy on counter for special customer! Amiville is a very special place with a lot of kind people with lots of character. Children and animals are welcome! Watch out for the bison and snakes.

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