LAND OF ENCHANTMENT: NEW MEXICO


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State of New Mexico
Admitted to the Union on January 6, 1912 (47th State)
Capital is Santa Fe
Nickname: Land of Enchantment

New Mexico State Data

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Miscellaneous Data

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Our County Sites

Bernalillo County
one of the 9 original counties formed in 1852

 

Catron County
formed in 1921 from part of Socorro County

 

Chaves County
formed in 1889 from part of Lincoln County

         

Cibola County
formed in 1981 from part of Valencia County

 

Colfax County
formed in 1869 from part of Mora County.

 

Curry County
formed in 1909 from parts of Quay and Roosevelt County

         

De Baca County
formed in 1917 from parts of Chaves and Guadalupe County

 

Dona Ana County
 one of the 9 original counties formed in 1852

 

Eddy County
formed in 1889 from part of Lincoln County

         

Grant County
formed in 1868 from part of Dona Ana County

 

Guadalupe County
formed in 1891 from part of San Miguel County

 

Harding County
formed in 1921 from parts of Mora and Union County.

         

Hidalgo County
formed in 1919 from part of Grant County

 

Lea County
Erny Long, Host
formed in 1917 from parts of Chaves and Eddy County

 

Lincoln County
formed in 1869 from part of Socorro County

         

Los Alamos County
formed in 1949 from parts of Sandoval and Santa Fe County

 

Luna County
formed in 1901 from parts of Dona Ana and Grant County

 

McKinley County
formed in 1899 from part of Bernalillo County

         

Mora County
formed in 1860 from part of Taos County

 

Otero County
formed in 1899 from parts of Dona Ana and Lincoln County

 

Quay County
formed in 1903 from part of Guadalupe County

         

Rio Arriba County
one of the 9 original counties formed in 1852

 

Roosevelt County
formed in 1903 from parts of Chaves County and Guadalupe County

 

San Juan County
formed in 1887 from part of Rio Arriba County

         

San Miguel County
one of the 9 original counties formed in 1852

 

Sandoval County
formed in 1903 from part of Bernalillo County

 

Santa Fe County
one of the 9 original counties formed in 1852

         

Sierra County
formed in 1884 from parts of Dona Ana and Socorro County

 

Socorro County
one of the 9 original counties formed in 1852

 

Taos County
one of the 9 original counties formed in 1852

         

Torrance County
formed in 1903 from parts of Bernalillo and Valencia County

 

Union County
formed in 1893 from parts of Colfax, Mora and San Miguel County

 

Valencia County
one of the 9 original counties formed in 1852

Historical County
Santa Ana County, New Mexico Territory
was one of the 9 original counties formed in 1852
Annexed in 1876 to Bernalillo County.

Rick Evans is the state coordinator of New Mexico.


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