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Cabezón, a New Mexico ghost town

Jack D. Rittenhouse

Cabezón, a New Mexico ghost town

by Jack D. Rittenhouse

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Published by Stagecoach Press in Santa Fe .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cabezón, New Mexico.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jack D. Rittenhouse.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination95 p.
    Number of Pages95
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17773181M

    Is This Planned Ghost Town the City of the Future? #maketechhuman At the end of a six-mile road in a dry valley in southern New Mexico, researchers are building a first-of-its-kind testing ground.   New Mexico is famed for hot spicy foods and its desert landscape but ghost towns? We take an Offbeat Trip to discover America’s ghost town state. Tumble weed, dusty desert roads, abandoned buildings are all images associated with the old Wild West, but New Mexico’s rich mining history and cowboy heritage has left over ghost towns dotted across the state’s barren countryside.

    Steins New Mexico Ghost Town steins (© by Daniel Ter-Nedden) Buy pictures steins (© by Daniel Ter-Nedden) Buy pictures. The second book in the series was set down around Mora, Loma Parda (another ghost town), and Fort Union, but I’m excited to be moving the story back north into the Valle Vidal! I’ve always loved Louis L’Amour and grew up vacationing in the Red River area where I fell in love with the ruins at Elizabethtown and the stories surrounding the.

      Highway 14 passes right through the ghost town of Cerillos, one of the earliest gold rush destinations in the southwest. With nice twists and whoopty-do hills, this is fun driving at any time of year. Title: The Ghost Town of Cabezon, New Mexico Creator: Kernberger, Karl Subject: Ghost Towns; Cabez├│n (N.M.) Description: The Ghost Town of Cabezon, with Cabezon Peak in the background Date: Collection: Karl Kernberger Pictorial Collection Link: .


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Cabezón, a New Mexico ghost town by Jack D. Rittenhouse Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cabezon, a New Mexico Ghost Town Hardcover – January 1, by Jack D. Rittenhouse (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other a New Mexico ghost town book and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, "Please retry" Author: Jack D. Rittenhouse. For anyone who loves New Mexico, this book is a real treat. It has the interesting history of the Ghost towns and near ghost towns that I found very informative.

It was fun to read. This book is now out of print so get yours while some are still available. I wish I had this book when I was visiting many of the sites mentioned in the by: 1.

A Creepy Ghost Town In New Mexico, Cuervo Is The Stuff Nightmares Are Made Of. Abandoned buildings and even entire towns litter the land here. That’s because New Mexico’s history is closely tied to mining and railroads.

As a result, many places experienced a brief Author: Juliet White. New Mexico's Best Ghost Towns: University of New Mexico Press: Philip Varney: CLICK HERE: 2. Ghost Towns and Mining Camps of New Mexico: Phelps Dodge Corporation: Giese, Dale F., Dr: CLICK HERE: 3.

Forts of New Mexico: Dave's priniting & Publ: Ruth Hermann: 4. Haunted Highways: The Ghost Towns of New Mexico. Top New Mexico Ghost Towns: See reviews and photos of ghost towns in New Mexico, United States on Tripadvisor. Book Online. Highest rated places of interest or tour operators on Tripadvisor, promoting those where there is at least one tour or activity available to book on Tripadvisor.

“ This town is a fantastic tribute to New Mexico. NOT a ghost town More of a run down town, there was only 1 shop opened and a coffee shop/ gift shop.

One of the open shops had a sign saying Dogs Inside, I opened the door to 2 large dogs barking behind a wire fenced in area, we had a small 4 lb dog with us which we carried, we asked if we could 4/5(9).

This is a partial list of ghost towns in New Mexico in the United States of America. Ghost towns can include sites in various states of disrepair and abandonment.

Some sites no longer have any trace of buildings or civilization and have reverted to empty land. Other sites are unpopulated but still have standing buildings.

Ghost towns are just the start of some of the many creepy places in New Mexico. If you’re into the paranormal, you might want to stop by the town of Deming. It’s known for tons of ghostly activity, a lot of UFO sightings, and having quite the gruesome history that may have lead to the supposed other-worldly presences that remain : Juliet White.

Complete listing of Bernalillo County New Mexico ghost towns by name and includes ghost town directions,history,pictures,books, ghost town links, ghost town related things to do.

Madrid, New Mexico - Photo by jessicareeder. Dawson Home to some of the world's worst mining disasters, this was once a bustling metropolis of nearly 9, The town, originally owned by Phelps Dodge, boasted schools, an opera and even a bowling alley.

Hagan, New Mexico - Photo by Killbox. Hagan Coal was the moneymaker behind this Sandoval. Ghost Towns & Mining Camps of New Mexico Folsom, New Mexico Main Street Buildings by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.

With inhabitants dating back s years, New Mexico’s story is rich with history, from the Ancient Puebloan Indians, to Spanish explorers, pioneers traveling along the Santa Fe Trail, and prospectors in the 19th century.

There are a couple ghost town guide books availablebut this one is the best. It is a lot more comprehensive than the others and includes some sites I didnt think anyone else knew about.

The authors brief history and detailed descriptions of the various towns are informative and verge a little on the poetic (I like that)/5. Feb 5, - Explore VisitNewMexico's board "New Mexico Ghost Towns", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Ghost towns, New mexico and Mexico pins.

Feb 8, - Explore aaronbrasher's board "Ghost Towns of New Mexico" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Ghost towns, New mexico and Mexico.9 pins. "Varney's is the best of the New Mexico ghost-town books, and the University of New Mexico Press is to be congratulated for bringing it back into print."--Journal of Arizona History "Very carefully compiled an excellent book."--The Santa Fe ReporterBrand: University of New Mexico Press.

Perhaps one of the most dangerous ‘ghost towns’ in Mexico, the former cotton cultivating town of Guadalupe, Chihuahua, is currently considered something of a no-go area. The only residents left there are either too old or poor to leave, and the homicide rates (the victims principally including mayors, politicians and activists) are sky high.

The real ghost towns of New Mexico. Oct 4, Ian Harvey. No story about the American Wild West is complete without a ghost town.

Southwestern New Mexico is thick with towns that flourished with miners prospecting for turquoise, uranium, silver, copper, gold, coal, and oil.

It has been estimated that there could be as many as four hundred old. “ This town is a fantastic tribute to New Mexico history, the mining experiences, ghost town memories, and love for the people who lived, worked, parented, contributed, and died here.

“ This guy has done his home work and reached, this place is full of wonderful stories and each peace tells one. Bonanza City is a ghost town, located 13 miles (21 km) southwest of Santa Fe in Santa Fe County, New Mexico, United States.

The town was founded in as a mining town, following the discovery of gold and silver in the nearby Cerrillos Hills. It was later abandoned sometime in the early s. Steins NM Railroad Ghost Town. 1, likes 4 talking about this. Steins, only available through pre scheduled tours that you can see the dates on our cover picture.

Thank you for your love and Followers: K. The first book of the twenty-first century on New Mexico's ghost towns, this illustrated survey is based on research, interviews, and the travels of author Linda Harris and photographer Pamela Porter.

They have divided the state into eleven regions comprising seventy ghost towns, from the Santa Fe Trail and Colfax County in the north to the southern mountains and the boot heel at the other end 2/5(1).

Kingston (Private Land Uninhabited Light offroad Access)Kingston was an old mining town that used to have thousands of people, it’s been largely abandoned since the 40’s some rpetty cool big ruins here and 2 cemeteries one for masons and one for everyone else.

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