The Meeker Memorial Museum, also known as the N. C. Meeker Home, is a historic building in Greeley, Colorado. It was built as a private residence for Nathan Meeker in 1870. Meeker was a homesteader who founded the Union Colony of Colorado, later known as Greeley. The house was purchased by the city of Greeley in 1927, and later turned into a museum, the first in the town. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since February 26, 1970.
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