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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Conejos County, Colorado

 
Clickable Map of Conejos County, Colorado and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Conejos County, CO (3) Alamosa County, CO (36) Archuleta County, CO (6) Costilla County, CO (3) Rio Grande County, CO (6) Rio Arriba County, NM (33) Taos County, NM (23)  ConejosCounty(3) Conejos County (3)  AlamosaCounty(36) Alamosa County (36)  ArchuletaCounty(6) Archuleta County (6)  CostillaCounty(3) Costilla County (3)  RioGrandeCounty(6) Rio Grande County (6)  RioArribaCountyNew Mexico(33) Rio Arriba County (33)  TaosCounty(23) Taos County (23)
Adjacent to Conejos County, Colorado
    Alamosa County (36)
    Archuleta County (6)
    Costilla County (3)
    Rio Grande County (6)
    Rio Arriba County, New Mexico (33)
    Taos County, New Mexico (23)
 
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1Colorado (Conejos County), Antonito — Cumbres Pass
This memorial is the property of the State of Colorado Cumbres Pass Near Continental Divide between the waters of the Rio Grande and the San Juan ”Cumbres” is Spanish for “Summits” Altitude . . . Map (db m125500) HM
2Colorado (Conejos County), Manassa — "The Manassa Mauler"
This monument is dedicated to Mary Celia Dempsey mother of William Harrison "Jack" Dempsey born June 24, 1895 He fought his way to become world heavyweight champion on July 4, 1919 and became known as the legendary "Manassa Mauler" My . . . Map (db m80896) HM
3Colorado (Conejos County), Sanford — 43 — Pike's Stockade
Near here, on the banks of the Conejos River, Zebulon M. Pike built a log stockade in early February, 1807, and for the first time raised an American flag over what is now Colorado. Pike's trek of 1806-07 was the second official United States . . . Map (db m22701) HM
 
 
  
  
 
May. 5, 2021