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Saying grace before the barbeque dinner at the Pie Town, New Mexico Fair

Jim Norris, homesteader, Pie Town, New Mexico

Travajo personal que en la inspesion de esta corta obra tubo el Ro. Pe. F. Juan Miguel Menchero como Visitador General de la Nueva Mexico y lo dedica a el Exmo. Sr. Dn. Juan Franco. Guemes y Orcasitas Virrei, Gobernador y Capitan General de Nueva Espana para que su ex proteja su major incremento de estas misiones.

Derrotero hecho por Antonia Vélez y Escalante, misionero para mejor conocimiento de las misiones, pueblos de indios y presidios que se hallan en el Camino de Monterrey a Santa Fe de Nuebo Mexico.

Comanche pictograph map of the Battle of Sierra Blanca, 1787

A chart of the internal part of Louisiana : including all the hitherto unexplored countries, lying between the River La Platte of the Missouri on the N., and the Red River on the S., the Mississippi east, and the mountains of Mexico west, with a part of New Mexico & the Province of Texas /

James K. Polk Papers: Series 6: Notes, circa 1831-1847; Subject file; Banks in United States; States

James K. Polk Papers: Series 8: Miscellaneous, 1827-1884; Chronological file, 1827-1849; 1847, Feb. 16

Col. Fremont's nondescript from California. This animal captured by Col. Fremont and his party, near the River Gila, New Mexico, after a chase of three days, has arrived in this city on its way to Europe, and is to be seen alive at 290 broadway,

New map of California, Oregon, Washington, Utah and New Mexico /

Texas, part of New Mexico & c

Map of Texas and part of New Mexico

Map of the Gadsden Purchase : Sonora and portions of New Mexico, Chihuaua & California /

From the Red River to the Rio Grande

[Miguel T. Otero, Representative from New Mexico, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

From the Pimas villages to Fort Fillmore : from explorations and surveys /

Indians of Arizona and New Mexico

Abraham Lincoln, [April 1] 1861 (Memorandum on New Mexico Patronage)

Utah and New Mexico, Saturday, July 13, 1861 (List of Candidates for Public Office; with notes by Abraham Lincoln)

William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, January 01, 1862 (Removal of secretary of New Mexico; with endorsement by Abraham Lincoln)

James A. Barret to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, April 03, 1862 (Telegram requesting transfer to New Mexico)

New Mexico Territory Legislature to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 23, 1863 (Printed memorial concerning mismanagement of Indian affairs)

Public meeting. At a large meeting of the citizens of the city of Santa Fe' convened in the Council Chamber on the evening of February 21st, 1864 the following proceedings were held. [Santa Fe. 1864].

Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, December 07, 1864 (Memorandum on New Mexico Patronage)

Elkins, Hon. S.B. of New Mexico

Elkins, Hon. S.B. of New Mexico

Resolutions passed by Post No. 1, Dept. of New Mexico, G. A. R. at a regular meeting held at Santa Fe. N. M., November 13, 1867. [Resolutions regarding the admission into the union of Colorado as a state].

Old Territory and Military Department of New Mexico.

Arizona and New Mexico.

Jesuitism in New Mexico. An answer to Father Finotti by Hon. W. G. Ritch. Santa Fe. N. M. October 30, 1878.

Map of the route of B'vt. Maj. A. Moore's scout, April 11th to June 12th 1869 /

Colton's new map of the state of Texas : the Indian Territory and adjoining portions of New Mexico, Louisiana, and Arkansas /

U.S. Reports: Beall v. New Mexico, 83 U.S. (16 Wall.) 535 (1873)

Distant view of Fort Wingate, New Mexico, 1873 / T. H. O'Sullivan, photographer.

El Moro Cañon, N.M.

Colton's New Mexico and Arizona.

Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1873 / T. H. O'Sullivan, photographer.

Survey camp near Fort Wingate, 1873 / T. H. O'Sullivan, photographer.

Maps showing the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad and leased lines.

Cliff Ruins near Fort Wingate, New Mexico

Officers' quarters, Fort Wingate, New Mexico, 1873 / T. H. O'Sullivan, photographer.

Survey camp near Fort Wingate, 1873 / T. H. O'Sullivan, photographer.

Parade ground at Fort Wingate, 1873 / T. H. O'Sullivan, phot.

U.S. Reports: Shrewsbury v. United States, 85 U.S. (18 Wall.) 664 (1874)

Map of the Denver and Rio Grande Railway and connections.

Group of Zuni "Indian Braves," at their Pueblo, N.M.

Head of Cañon de Chelle, N.M.

Officers' quarters, Fort Wingate, New Mexico, 1873 / T. H. O'Sullivan, photographer.

Ruins in ancient pueblo of San Juan, Colorado [i.e. New Mexico] / T. H. O'Sullivan, phot.

U.S. Reports: Thompson v. Maxwell, 95 U.S. 391 (1877)

Los Pueblos de Taos

Alta (i.e., altar) in the Church of San Miguel, [Santa Fe, New Mexico]

View in Zuni looking S.E.

Territories of New Mexico & Arizona / prepared in the Office of the Chief of Engineers U.S.A., 1879.

From the top of Zuni, looking East, [New Mexico]

Indexed map of New Mexico showing stage lines, counties lake & rivers.

A Mexican interior, the fireplace

Bake ovens [common?] among the Pueblo Indians at Taos, New Mex.

A relic of the past

A Mexican interior

A relic of the past

Santa Fe and vicinity. San Miguel Chapel, 300 years old / photographed and published at Santa Fe, N.M. by W. Henry Brown.

A Mexican home (ranchita)

A Mexican interior, the fireplace

A Mexican home (ranchita)

Bird's eye view of Las Vegas, N.M. c.s. San Miguel County 1882.

Bird's eye view of the city of Santa Fé, N.M. 1882.

Our party at Zuni, N.M. Sept. 14th '82 / by Comrade Ben Wittick.

Map showing the location of the road and the land grant of the Atlantic and Pacific R.R. in Arizona ... in New Mexico.

Members of the United States Geological Survey measuring a baseline near Fort Wingate, N.M., 1883

Map showing the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fé Railroad system, with its connections.

Topographical map of Santa Fe County, New Mexico /

[Harvest at San Juan, New Mexico] / PM.

Views in New Mexico: The Cañon of San Diego - looking north

The Canon of San Diego, Jemez Hot Springs E.A. Bass, photographer

Views in New Mexico: Junction of the Jemez and Guadaloupe Rivers

Views in New Mexico: Cabezon Peak - looking west

Views in New Mexico: Cabezon Peak - looking south

Views in New Mexico: The Cañon of San Diego - looking south from Jemez Hot Springs

The cañon of San Diego - ruins of church 250 years old E.A. Bass, photographer, Socorro, New Mexico

A New cavalry drill in the United States Army / drawn by T. de Thulstrup from photographs by Ch. Barthelmess & Co., Fort Bayard, New Mexico.

[Santa Fe, N.M. - birds-eye view NW from college]

The Pueblo of Jemez, Indian Squaws E.A. Bass, photographer, Socorro, New Mexico

New Mexico - the old battleground of Valverde, on the Rio Grande, and scene of the recent depredations of the hostile Apaches

The Indian pueblo of Jemez E.A. Bass, photographer, Socorro, New Mexico

[Santa Fe, N.M. - portrait of "The Palace"]

Denver and Rio Grande Railway System, 1886.

U.S. Reports: Denver and Rio Grande Railway v. Harris, 122 U.S. 597 (1887)

U.S. Reports: Maxwell Land-Grant Case, 121 U.S. 325 (1886)

A quarrel over cards--a sketch from a New Mexican ranch / drawn by Frederic Remington ; R. Stauden Baur.

[Dance at Cochiti Pueblo] / W. Cal. Brown & Co.

Sectional map of Colfax and Mora Counties, New Mexico /

Family in front of N.M. Morgan's home, Callaway, Custer County, Nebraska.

The Gran Quivira

The old carreta, Pueblo of Laguna, N.M

[Wild flower gulch, Chatauqua Glen]

A pueblo pottery-making

Isleta, New Mexico

[Hazel Kirk's mill]

[Feast day at San Estevan del Rey Mission, Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico]