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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMP9N_playas-siding_Animas-NM.html
In 1902, Phelps, Dodge and Company built the El Paso and Southwestern Railroad to link El Paso, Texas with the copper mines of Bisbee, Arizona, and eventually, with several other mining towns throughout the region. Highway 9, New Mexico's "Border …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMP9M_the-clanton-hideout_Animas-NM.html
The infamous Clanton Gang had two crude dugouts here in the 1880s that served as hideouts and a base for wide-ranging outlaw activities, particularly in connection with the Curly Bill Gang's depredations along the Smugglers' Trail that passed by h…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMP9L_smugglers-trail_Animas-NM.html
Smugglers once crossed this area with mule trains of contraband from Mexico, to be traded for merchandise in Arizona. In the summer of 1881, a group of Mexican smugglers was killed in Skeleton Canyon by members of the Clanton gang, including Old M…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMNB9_rodeo-station_Rodeo-NM.html
The El Paso and Southwestern railroad was constructed in 1902 by Phelps, Dodge and Company, to link El Paso, Texas with the copper mines of Bisbee, Arizona. New Mexico Highway 9, the "Border Route", between Columbus and Rodeo, parallels the rail l…
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