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Folsom

Folsom may refer to:

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  • Folsom Field, an outdoor football stadium in Boulder, Colorado
  • Folsom Library, research library on the campus of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, located in Troy, New York
  • Folsom point, prototype of a spearpoint or arrowhead that was invented by Native Americans and widely distributed in North America. First discovered near Folsom, New Mexico
  • Folsom Public Library, a library in Folsom, California
  • Folsom tradition, name given by archaeologists to a sequence of old Paleo-Indian cultures of central North America
  • Folsom Site, archaeological site in northeastern New Mexico where Folsom Points were first discovered.
  • Folsom State Prison, a high-security penitentiary near the town of Folsom, California
  • Folsom Street Fair, held at the end of September during San Francisco's Leather Pride Week
  • Folsom Lake College (FLC) is a comprehensive public community college in California
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