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Historical Markers in Aztec, New Mexico

 
Clickable Map of San Juan 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 San Juan County, NM (28) McKinley County, NM (24) Rio Arriba County, NM (35) Sandoval County, NM (27) Apache County, AZ (48) Archuleta County, CO (6) La Plata County, CO (32) Montezuma County, CO (62) San Juan County, UT (47)  SanJuanCounty(28) San Juan County (28)  McKinleyCounty(24) McKinley County (24)  RioArribaCounty(35) Rio Arriba County (35)  SandovalCounty(27) Sandoval County (27)  ApacheCountyArizona(48) Apache County (48)  ArchuletaCountyColorado(6) Archuleta County (6)  LaPlataCounty(32) La Plata County (32)  MontezumaCounty(62) Montezuma County (62)  SanJuanCountyUtah(47) San Juan County (47)
Aztec is the county seat for San Juan County
Aztec is in San Juan County
      San Juan County (28)  
ADJACENT TO SAN JUAN COUNTY
      McKinley County (24)  
      Rio Arriba County (35)  
      Sandoval County (27)  
      Apache County, Arizona (48)  
      Archuleta County, Colorado (6)  
      La Plata County, Colorado (32)  
      Montezuma County, Colorado (62)  
      San Juan County, Utah (47)  
 
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1New Mexico (San Juan County), Aztec — "For the Enlightenment of the Nation"Aztec Ruins National Monument
Working from his house and publishing through the American Natural History Museum, Earl Morris intrigued the nation with his findings at Aztec Ruins. In 1923 the site Morris had known since boyhood was preserved as a national monument . . . Map (db m71078) HM
2New Mexico (San Juan County), Aztec — A Daring PlanAztec Ruins National Monument — Old Spanish National Historic Trail —
On the evening of November 17, 1829, Manuel Armijo and his caravan of about 60 men and 100 mules crossed the Las Animas River at a shallow point near here and made camp. This was only the 10th night of a three-month journey along an untested route. . . . Map (db m184353) HM
3New Mexico (San Juan County), Aztec — A River's Ancient GiftsAztec Ruins National Monument
A ribbon of green in an arid land, the 126-mile Animas River brings a most precious gift to the Four Corners region: reliable year-round water. Starting in the San Juan Mountains, the Animas joins the San Juan River just south of here at Farmington. . . . Map (db m184354) HM
4New Mexico (San Juan County), Aztec — A Vibrant PuebloAztec Ruins National Monument
In the early 1100s, travelers on this familiar path could see a sprawling settlement ahead. Across the river, ceremonial kivas and great houses with hundreds of rooms dominated the landscape. Smaller house-style unit pueblos and farming areas spread . . . Map (db m184352) HM
5New Mexico (San Juan County), Aztec — Armijo Returns TriumphantAztec Ruins National Monument — Old Spanish National Historic Trail —
On an April evening in 1830, trader Antonio Armijo and a tattered group of men and boys, stubborn pack mules, and wild California horses passed through this area on their way to Santa Fe. Near the end of a hard, dangerous journey, men and animals . . . Map (db m184356) HM
6New Mexico (San Juan County), Aztec — At Home on the RiverAztec Ruins National Monument
Though you may not notice at first, wildlife thrives along the Animas River. These rich, green corridors, or "riparian zones," provide animals with food, water, and shelter. Archeological research tells us that in the centuries since Ancestral . . . Map (db m184355) HM
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7New Mexico (San Juan County), Aztec — AztecPopulation 5512 - Elevation 5460 ft.
Aztec, named for the nearby National Monument, was founded in 1876 when portions of the Jicarilla Apache Reservation were opened for non Indian settlement. It is the seat of San Juan County, which was created in 1887 partially as a response to the . . . Map (db m36464) HM
8New Mexico (San Juan County), Aztec — Aztec Ruins National Monument
Despite its name, this magnificent site reflects 11th century influence from nearby Chaco Canyon rather than from the later Aztecs of Mexico. The striking masonry pueblos illustrate the classic Chaco architectural style with later Mesa Verde . . . Map (db m36466) HM
9New Mexico (San Juan County), Aztec — Aztec Ruins National Monument
Despite its name, this magnificent site reflects 11th century influence from nearby Chaco Canyon rather than from the later Aztecs of Mexico. The striking masonry pueblos illustrate the classic Chaco architectural style with later Mesa Verde . . . Map (db m36467) HM
10New Mexico (San Juan County), Aztec — Aztec Ruins National Monument
Through the collective recognition of the community of nations, expressed within the principles of the convention concerning the protection of the world cultural and natural heritage Aztec Ruins National Monument has been designated an outlier . . . Map (db m71077) HM
11New Mexico (San Juan County), Aztec — Crossroads Through TimeAztec Ruins National Monument
You are standing among many thousands of years of connecting networks, layered over each other across generations. This is a place of ancient farming, with a river offering dependable water and stable soil for planting. It is a place of gathering, . . . Map (db m184351) HM
 
 
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Dec. 6, 2022