Product DescriptionThe people, geological features and historical events that have made New Mexico what is now commemorated in over 350 historical markers along state highways. This guide, arranged geographically, beginning with the Four Corners region, is designed to fill gaps and respond to questions cause these markers provide additional information interested travelers are sure to love. Geological and scenic markers for the Rio Grande, the Colorado Plateau and New Mexico only features such as the Jornada del Muerto and the Valles Caldera explain the physical landscape of the state. The presence of the first human inhabitants marked on the Blackwater Draw, the Gila cliff dwellings, and the Aztecs y. . . More>>

Roadside New Mexico: A Guide to Historic Markers

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