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There are at least four "Carrizozo" markers. One on each major highway leading into town. This one is on the north side of town.
posted by: leadhiker
location: New Mexico
date approved: 10/29/2011
last visited: 8/8/2014
There are at least four "Carrizozo" markers. One on each major highway leading into town.
date approved: 10/28/2011
This is the third OSHM for Capitan. This one has the POI on the back side.
This is one of THREE OSHM's for Capitan.
Corona, New Mexico
A little different style of a New Mexico Historical Marker.
last visited: never
Puerto de Luna
A New Mexico OSHM for one of southeast New Mexico’s oldest permanent settlements.
A New Mexico OSHM at the north end of town.
Dr. Meta L.Christy (1895-1968)
A New Mexico Historic Women Marker on Grand Ave. in Las Vegas, NM.
last visited: 3/27/2012
This OSHM for Santa Rosa is about 1/2 mile east of the other one.
last visited: 5/17/2014
Fort Union National Monument / Santa Fe Trail
This two-sided marker is in the southbound rest area on I-25 at milepost 375.
last visited: 3/12/2014
A New Mexico OSHM just off the interstate at exit 387.
last visited: 12/25/2015
Colfax County War
A New Mexico OSHM in Cimarron.
date approved: 10/27/2011
Black Jack’s Hideout
The Cimarron cutoff, a major branch of the Santa Fe Trail, passed through this portion of Northeast New Mexico.
Vietnam Veterans National Memorial
A New Mexico OSHM on US-64 at milepost 277.
last visited: 4/8/2007
A New Mexico OSHM on US-64 at milepost 282.
last visited: 8/9/2014
A New Mexico OSHM on the northeast corner of US-64 and NM-38.
Eagle Nest Lake State Park
A New Mexico OSHM on US-64 at milepost 287.
A New Mexico OSHM on US-64 at milepost 294.
Cimarron Canyon State Park
A New Mexico OSHM on US-64 at milepost 296.
María Rosa Villapando, (ca. 1725-1830)
A New Mexico Historic Women Marker
A New Mexico OSHM along US-64 at milepost 258.
Palo Flechado Pass
A New Mexico OSHM along US-64 at milepost 272.
Captive Women and Children of Taos County
Disappearance of Albert J. Fountain and his son Henry
This New Mexico Historical Marker is on US 70 at mile marker 178. It's about halfway between Las Cruces and White Sands National Monument.
posted by: Peter and Gloria
date approved: 10/26/2011
last visited: 10/23/2014
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