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Construction at Ft. Sumner, at the Bosque Redondo reservation. From the Center for Southwest Research, University Libraries, University of New Mexico.Navajo people at the Bosque Redondo reservation.An aeriel shot of the Fort Selden ruins likely circa 1970s.A historic image of Fort Selden from the Post Road (also known as El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro).A historic image of Fort Selden from the Post Road (also known as El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro). Note, the line of trees planted along the fort's walls. Negative # 055045. Historic photograph of Fort Selden when the post was active. Image taken on Parade Ground with Enlisted Soldier Barracks, Post Hospital, and Robledo Mountains in the background. Negative # 014523.The ruins of Kuaua Pueblo with Sandia Peak in the background. Negative # HP.2007.20.185 from the New Mexico Magazine collection.An aerial view of the ruins of Kuaua Pueblo next to the early Coronado State Monument visitor's center, early 1940's.The eastern end of Kuaua Pueblo.Dedication of Coronado State Monument in 1940. Negative # 057813 The excavation of San Jose de los Jemez Mission. Note, the worker at the foot of the ladder by the front door. Negative # 006410 The front of what was once San Jose de los Jemez Mission.The San Jose de los Jemez Mission.Lincoln County Courthouse in need of repair. While the photo looks old, it does not date back to the Lincoln County War days. Notice the Budweiser sign and car bumper at the extreme left.A team of oxen lumber past the Lincoln County Courthouse.Hanging out: Men patrol the gallows behind the Lincoln County Courthouse.The Camino Real cuts a swath through the New Mexico desert.Years of travel on the Camino Real has left a visible scar on the earth.Annual stargazing events are offered.Outdoor amphitheater space allows visitors to enjoy outdoor events.The view shed from the Center remains untouched as was seen by original travelers. Pottery on display at El Camino Real Historic Trail Site.Folk art at El Camino Real Historic Trail Site.Outside of the Camino Real Visitor's Center.The Lincoln County Courthouse, Lincoln, New MexicoThe ruins of San Jose de los Jemez Mission.The ladder leading to Painting Kiva at Coronado State Monument.The El Camino Exhibit at El Camino Real Historic Trail Site.Bosque Redondo Visitor's Center, designed by Navajo architect David Sloan to resemble a tepee.

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