Sante Fe County, New Mexico
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Trails to you on your quest for your
Built in 1610, it is the oldest continuously used
public building in the United States
Santa Fe is the
capital of New Mexico
Formed in 1852 as one
of the nine original counties of New Mexico
is the county seat of Santa Fe County.
Fe is the ending point of the 800 mile Santa Fe Trail.
Agua Fria, Canada de los
Alamos, Cedar Grove,
Chupadero, Cuartelez, Cundiyo, Cuyamungue, Edgewood, El
El Valle de Arroyo Seco, Eldorado at Santa Fe, Galisteo,
Glorieta, Jaconita, La
Puebla, Lamy, Los Cerrillos, Madrid, Pojoaque, Rio Chiquito,
en Medio, San Ildefonso Pueblo, Santa Cruz, Santa Fe,
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2015: Sante Fe: The City of the Holy Faith by Frederick Webb Hodge
Sept 2014: obits for THORNTON, PALEN, HITE