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Site of San Agustín Springs
in New Mexico Historical Markers
This OSHM is on west bound US-70 near milepost 177. Be careful as their is not much room to pull on shoulder and traffic is moving fast downhill.
posted by: leadhiker
location: New Mexico
date approved: 6/18/2011
last visited: 9/20/2011
Bartlett Garcia Continental Survey Point
This OSHM is at the intersection of Dona Ana Road and New Mexico Route 320, on the right when traveling north on Dona Ana Road.
last visited: 9/15/2011
Doña Ana (1604–1680)
A OSHM for the New Mexico Historic Women Marker Initiative.
Paraje de los Brazitos
A OSHM about a stopping place on the Camino Real. Just off the interstate at NM-478 and NM-227.
last visited: 3/9/2014
One of two OSHM's for the capital of Confederate Arizona Territory. A different marker also named La Mesilla is 0.2 mi away.
last visited: 9/18/2011
Doña Ana County Courthouse
A duplicate of this marker stands on the other side of the courthouse.
last visited: never
last visited: 3/10/2014
El Paso Del Rio Del Norte
Marker is near Sunland Park, New Mexico, in Dona Ana County. Marker is on McNutt Road 2.2 miles south of Racetrack Drive, on the left when traveling south.
last visited: 12/29/2014
Pancho Villa’s Raid
This New Mexico OSHM is on the back side of "Pancho Villa State Park" OSHM.
date approved: 6/17/2011
Pancho Villa State Park
This is a second New Mexico OSHM for "Pancho Villa State Park". A different marker also named "Pancho Villa State Park" is about 600 feet away.
last visited: 10/20/2012
A New Mexico OSHM along NM Hwy 9 at milepost 146.
last visited: 10/16/2012
Look at both sides of this New Mexico OSHM. The Clayton Hideout is on the other side.
date approved: 6/16/2011
last visited: 11/4/2014
The Clanton Hideout
This New Mexico OSHM has another marker on the other side.
date approved: 6/15/2011
This OSHM is on Hwy. 118 just west of exit 26 from I-40.
date approved: 6/11/2011
last visited: 7/29/2014
Zuni Olla Maidens - Zuni Pueblo
A New Mexico Historic Women Marker. The New Mexico Historic Women Marker Initiative was founded in 2005 by members of the New Mexico Women's Forum in a statewide effort to recognize women's contributions to New Mexico history.
Pueblo of Zuni
This is a second OSHM for the Pueblo of Zuni. The other one is approx. 2.9 miles away at he east end of town.
A New Mexico OSHM near the town of Red Rock.
last visited: 1/18/2014
Pueblo of Laguna
This New Mexico OSHM is one of three for the Pueblo of Laguna along I-40. This one is in the I-40 west bound rest area at milepost 114. A different marker also named Pueblo of Laguna is in the east bound rest area.
date approved: 6/10/2011
last visited: 8/20/2014
San José De La Laguna Mission
A New Mexico OSHM in the I-40 west bound rest area at milepost 114.
A different marker also named San José De La Laguna Mission is in the rest area on the east bound side of I-40.
This New Mexico OSHM is one of three for the Pueblo of Laguna along I-40.
date approved: 6/9/2011
Old Acoma "Sky City"
This New Mexico OSHM is just north of I-40 at exit 102.
This New Mexico OSHM is one of three for the Pueblo of Laguna along I-40. This one is in the I-40 east bound rest area at milepost 113.
A New Mexico OSHM in the I-40 east bound rest area at milepost 113.
New Mexico Historic Women Marker Initiative
This is the first New Mexico OSHM that I have found for a woman.
The initiative seeks to install 54 markers representing the contributions of women to New Mexico history in each county and for every pueblo and Indian tribe in the state.
Susie Rayos Marmon
This is the first New Mexico OSHM that I have found that honors a woman.
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