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Santa Fe, New Mexico
History
Portales, New Mexico
History
Columbus, New Mexico
Park
Las Cruces, New Mexico
History
Pecos, New Mexico
Park
Kingston, New Mexico
History
This small historic museum seeks to preserve and present information about the history and legacy of Kingston.
Once the largest city in the New Mexico Territory and home to over 7000 people, almost nothing remains today.
The Percha Bank building is the only fully intact building remaining of Kingston's 1890's glory.
Gallery space, bookstore and gift shop are planned.
Albuquerque, New Mexico
History
Cimarron, New Mexico
Penasco, New Mexico
History
Chloride, New Mexico
Archaeology, History, Historic House, Natural History
The Pioneer Store Museum consists of an 1880 Silver Boom Town mercantile. It was closed in rhe early 1920s, and was sealed up with lumber and tin over all of the windows and doors. It stood that way, unmolested, for nearly 70 years. When opened, the merchandise, including food stuff, was still on the shelves. It is the intent of the owners to preserve the 'store' as it was found for the benefit of the public.
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Anthropology, Art, Culture, History, Library, Natural History
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