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Historical Markers in Bloomfield, 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 (61) 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(61) Montezuma County (61)  SanJuanCountyUtah(47) San Juan County (47)
Aztec is the county seat for San Juan County
Bloomfield 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 (61)  
      San Juan County, Utah (47)  
 
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1New Mexico (San Juan County), Bloomfield — City of Bloomfield
Prehistoric farmers established major communities along the rivers of this region in the eleventh century. Eight hundred years later, historic settlement was also made possible by abundant water. Bloomfield was established in 1879 near a site which . . . Map (db m36460) HM
2New Mexico (San Juan County), Bloomfield — Salmon Ruin
In the late 11th century, influence from Chaco Canyon, 45 miles south of here, began to be felt at this site and at nearby Aztec Ruins National Monument. The Chacoans abandoned this large and well-built masonry pueblo by 1150, and shortly . . . Map (db m36457) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Sep. 28, 2022