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    New Mexico (NM) - Real Estate Resources

    New Mexico Real Estate Commission
    5200 Oakland Ave. NE
    Albuquerque, NM 87113
    (505) 222-9820 - Fax (505) 222-9886

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    2201 Brothers Rd
    Santa Fe, NM 87505
    (505) 982-2442 - (800) 224-2282 - Fax (505) 983-8809

    Susan Orth
    "At Home in the Land of Enchantment"






    New Mexico

    The Land of Enchantment

    New Mexico joined the union in 1912 as the 47th state.  The capital is Santa Fe.
    It is bordered by Arizona, Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado and Utah.

    The largest cities are Albuquerque, Las Cruces, Santa Fe, Rio Rancho and Roswell.

    New Mexico's agriculture includes cattle, chilies, hay and dairy products.  Its industry includes petroleum and coal products, printing and publishing, stone, glass and clay products and tourism.

    New Mexico's symbols are:
                Flower is the yucca (its leaves can make rope, baskets and sandals)
                Tree is the pinon pine
                Animal is the black bear
                Bird is the roadrunner
    Fish is the cutthroat trout
    Vegetable is the chili and the frijoli (bean)
    Gem is the turquoise
    Insect is the tarantula hawk
    Question is "red or green?" referring to the two types of chilies.

    Didja know ….?
                Santa Fe is the highest capital city in the United States at 7,000 feet elevation?
                New Mexico has the lowest land to water ratio of any other state?
                The world's first atomic bomb was detonated at White Sands Testing Facility near Alamogordo .
                There is no sand at White Sands National Monument.  It is gypsum crystals.
                One of the oldest public buildings in the US is the Palace of Governors in Santa Fe. It was built in 1610.
                One-quarter of New Mexico is forested.
                Smokey The Bear came from a fire in one of New Mexico's forests.
                The Navajo, the Nation's largest Native American Group, have a reservation that covers 14 million Acres.
                In some isolated villages, such as Truchas, Chimayo', and Coyote in north-central New Mexico, some descendants of Spanish conquistadors still speak a form of 16th century Spanish used no where else in the world today.
                At Lake Valley, miners discovered silver in veins so pure that the metal could be sawn off in blocks, instead of having to be dug out by traditional methods.
                During the height of the so-called lawless era of the late 1800' when Lew Wallace served as territorial Governor, he wrote the popular historical novel Ben-Hur.
                Tens of thousands of bats live in the Carlsbad Caverns. The largest chamber of Carlsbad Caverns is more than 10 football fields long and about 22 stories high.
                In the area where missiles are tested toady, arrowheads dating back thousands of years are found. New Mexico's history has a huge range of years as well as of cultures making it a rare state indeed.

    Santa Fe is a center for artist of all types and is a wonderful place to wander and shop.  The countryside is colorful and peaceful.  It is easy to fall in love with the area.  Don't forget to check out the Lorretto Chapel's Miraculous Staircase.   Then there is the Carlsbad Caverns in the south as well as the mysteries of Roswell's UFO Museum.   There is plenty to do and see in New Mexico .


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