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Kewa Women's Co-op - Santo Domingo Pueblo
in New Mexico Historical Markers
Not much to see here, just the marker.
posted by: Go Boilers!
location: New Mexico
date approved: 10/21/2011
last visited: never
Tesuque Rain Gods - Tesuque Pueblo
Only a few feet away from another historical marker at Camel Rock.
last visited: 5/9/2012
Jemez Mountains - Santa Fe County, NM
Marker is on New Mexico Route 502 at milepost 13.5.
last visited: 7/23/2011
Butterfield Overland Mail / NM Hwy 180
Marker for Butterfield Overland Mail Route erected by D.A.R. The monument is located approx. 150 yards SE of the rest area.
posted by: outwest63
date approved: 10/16/2011
Lordsburg, New Mexico
Lordsburg New Mexico
Santa Fe on the Camino Real, New Mexico
This New Mexico history sign is located on Hwy 14 (Cerrillos Rd) in Santa Fe.
posted by: Queens Blessing
date approved: 10/15/2011
last visited: 5/17/2014
Three Wise Women
A New Mexico Historic Women Marker at the north-bound La Bajada Rest Area on I-25.
posted by: leadhiker
date approved: 10/14/2011
last visited: 9/23/2015
Mary Cabot Wheelwright (1878-1958)
A New Mexico Historic Women Marker at the La Bajada Rest Area on I-25.
date approved: 10/13/2011
Amelia Elizabeth White (1878-1972)
Laura Gilpin (1891- 1979)
Sisters of Charity
Maria Gertrudis Barceló - Doña Tules (c. 1800-1852)
Pueblo of Santo Domingo Kiua
This New Mexico OSHM is at bottom of ramp from NM-22 onto BIA-88.
This New Mexico Historic Women Marker is just west of I-25 at exit 259.
The Mormon Battalion
This monument is well worth the short side trip off I-25 to take a look.
last visited: 9/14/2011
Algodones strategic twin of the Reconquesta of New Mexico is Santa Ana Pueblo.
date approved: 10/12/2011
Trinidad Gachupin Medina (ca. 1883-1964)
A New Mexico Historic Women Marker on the Zia Pueblo - NM 550 at Milepost 18.
Pueblo of Zia
A New Mexico OSHM that really shows it's wear.
Women Veterans of New Mexico
A New Mexico Historic Women Marker
This New Mexico OSHM for Bernalillo is about 4 miles south of the other Bernalillo marker.
Chief Justice Pamela B. Minzner (1943-2007)
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 on the state's Official Scenic Historic Markers
date approved: 10/10/2011
The Honorable Mary Coon Walters (1922-2001)
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 on the state's Official Scenic Historic Markers.
Doña Dolores “Lola” Chávez de Armijo (1858-1929)
Another New Mexico Historic Women Marker
This New Mexico OSHM is almost hidden under the Cottonwood Trees.
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