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Historical Markers in Artesia, New Mexico

 
Clickable Map of Eddy County, New Mexico 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 Eddy County, NM (17) Chaves County, NM (34) Lea County, NM (8) Otero County, NM (20) Culberson County, TX (20) Loving County, TX (6) Reeves County, TX (20)  EddyCounty(17) Eddy County (17)  ChavesCounty(34) Chaves County (34)  LeaCounty(8) Lea County (8)  OteroCounty(20) Otero County (20)  CulbersonCountyTexas(20) Culberson County (20)  LovingCounty(6) Loving County (6)  ReevesCounty(20) Reeves County (20)
Carlsbad is the county seat for Eddy County
Artesia is in Eddy County
      Eddy County (17)  
ADJACENT TO EDDY COUNTY
      Chaves County (34)  
      Lea County (8)  
      Otero County (20)  
      Culberson County, Texas (20)  
      Loving County, Texas (6)  
      Reeves County, Texas (20)  
 
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1New Mexico (Eddy County), Artesia — ArtesiaPopulation 10,385 – Elevation 3,350
Artesia, named for the area's many artesian wells, lies on the route of the Pecos Valley cattle trails used by Charles Goodnight, Oliver Loving, and John S. Chisum. The town, established in 1903, is located in what was once part of Chisum's vast . . . Map (db m61456) HM
2New Mexico (Eddy County), Artesia — 394 — ArtesiaPopulation 10,385 – Elevation 3,350
Artesia, named for the area's many artesian wells, lies on the route of the Pecos Valley cattle trails used by Charles Goodnight, Oliver Loving, and John S. Chisum. The town, established in 1903, is located in what was once part of Chisum's vast . . . Map (db m119811) HM
3New Mexico (Eddy County), Artesia — Castaño de Sosa’s Route
In 1590-91 Gaspar Castaño de Sosa, a Portuguese by birth, took an expedition up the Pecos River in an attempt to establish a colony in New Mexico. His venture was a failure, but it led to a permanent settlement under Don Juan de Oñate in 1598. . . . Map (db m61454) HM
4New Mexico (Eddy County), Artesia — First Lady of Artesia
Dedicated to the Spirit of the Pioneer Woman Sculptor: Robert Summers Foundry: Eagle Bronze First Lady of Artesia is approximately 12 feet tall and 6 feet in diameter. The artist designed Sallie Chisum from several photographs . . . Map (db m73436) HM
5New Mexico (Eddy County), Artesia — Independent Spirit
The men who drove cattle from Texas up along the Pecos River during the mid-1860s until the barbed-wire era of the early 1900s were tough, independent and courageous. Those who chose to settle down and ranch in the surrounding plains or rugged . . . Map (db m61443) HM
6New Mexico (Eddy County), Artesia — Seven Rivers Cemetery
Seven Rivers was located south of Artesia near the confluence of seven branches of a stream that flowed into the Pecos River. Settled in the mid-1860s, the town flourished as a trading post and refuge for participants in the Lincoln County War. The . . . Map (db m61457) HM
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7New Mexico (Eddy County), Artesia — The Derrick Floor
Dedicated to the men and women who take the risks and do the work to find, produce and refine New Mexico oil and gas. This monument of a 1950s drilling rig is unveiled in celebration of the 80th anniversary of the Illinois #3, the first commercial . . . Map (db m61445) HM
 
 
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Dec. 4, 2022