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Lincoln County Guns

Lincoln Co. Courthouse

Lincoln in the 1800's

La Iglesia de San Juan Bautist

Tunstall's Store

Pat Garrett

Susan McSween

John Chisum

Gov. Lew Wallace

New Mexico State Monuments

Lincoln Historic Site, Lincoln, NM:       http://www.nmmonuments.org/lincoln

This is the most widely visited state monument in New Mexico and is a community frozen in timeóthe 1870's and 1880's. Through a gift from the Hubbard Family Trust, the Historic Site now includes 17 structures and outbuildings, 4 of which are open year round and 2 more seasonally as museums. Most of the buildings in the community are representative of the Territorial Style of adobe architecture in the American Southwest.

            Museums in Lincoln, NM: Old Lincoln, New Mexico Museum Visitorís Center/ Old Courthouse Museum including Billy the Kid Display and Jail Break-out Location/Murphy-Dolan Display/Old Courtroom Display/Turnstall Store Museum

Lincoln County, NM: Archives:         http://www.lincolncountynm.net/archives/index.php

The Capitan Corridor Travel Guide http://www.villageofcapitan.com/

 

Lincoln Historic Preservation Board: http://www.lincolncountynm.net/boards_and_
committees/lincoln_historic_preservation_board/index.php   
Public meetings on the 3rd Thursday each month at the Community Church in Lincoln, NM at 7 p.m.

Fort Stanton State Historic  Site http://fortstanton.org/   Fort Stanton was built in 1855 by soldiers of the 1st Dragoon and the 3rd and 8th Infantry Regiments to serve as a base of operations against the Mescalero Apache Indians. It served as a military fortification through 1896.
P.O. Box 1104 Kit Carson Rd   Fort Stanton, NM 88323 
info@fortstanton.org

Fort Stanton-Snowy River Cave National Conservation Area: The Fort Stanton - Snowy River Cave National Conservation Area (NCA) was established in 2009 to protect, conserve, and enhance the unique and nationally important historic, cultural, scientific, archaeological, natural, and educational subterranean cave resources of the Fort Stanton - Snowy River cave system. The NCA includes approximately 25,080 acres  
NOTE: BLM-NM Caves and Mines with significant Bat Resources are
http://www.blm.gov/nm/st/en/prog/recreation/roswell/fort_stanton_nca.html
Closed due to White Nose Syndrome in Bats.

Lincoln County War http://www.legendsofamerica.com/nm-lincolncountywar.html

 

      

 

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