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White Oaks, New Mexico

White Oaks

The Discovery of Gold The boom and bust of mining in the late 1800s gave rise to numerous tent cities and mining towns across New...
Lake Valley

Lake Valley, New Mexico

Prior to the 1800s there were no permanent settlements between El Paso and Socorro for a very good reason…Apache. They moved with the harvest...
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Hagan Coal was discovered in Una de Gato Arroyo in 1902. By 1905 60 miners set up a mining camp in what would become Hagan....
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Of the many ghost towns in Sierra County, Chloride, New Mexico is my favorite. There are more historic buildings left standing than there are...
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Though Cuchillo, New Mexico served as a waypoint for traffic to Winston and Chloride during the mining boom, it was more of an agricultural...
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