Artesia New Mexico History

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With a large library, the library houses a spectacular mural by the famous New Mexico mural painter John Hurd. Work of the Future, part of the Artesia Public School District's Prepared for Future Program, was in the now demolished Prudential Building. When the building was to be demolished, this mural was removed and transported to Arteia, but saved, restored, moved and installed in a new library. The mural was painted on the wall of a former office building on the corner of Main Street and Main Avenue in New York City in Huddersfield, PA.

Hurd, a major landscape painter, was born in New Mexico and his works are on display in many museums and galleries in the United States, Canada and Mexico. In the library you will find a fresco-buon mural by John Hurd in his typical style, with the same colors as the mural in Arteia.

Since its foundation, the city has continued to be included on travel and trade routes, including the highway. Artesia was an early pioneer for ranchers and oil entrepreneurs and hosted many of New Mexico's first oil companies.

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Birth and death certificates are the same as we have in 1920, although some records were delayed until the 1880s. For more information on the museum's history and other museum activities, visit the website of the New Mexico Historical Society.

The museum's collection includes over 20,000 objects related to the people and history of southwestern New Mexico, housed in the restored House of Artesia Public Library and Museum of the Southwest. It houses the largest collections of art, artifacts and artifacts from across the state. The ArtESIA Public, which has been named the "most beautiful library in New Mexico," presents the history and art of Arteia through the collection and exhibition of more than 1,500 books, manuscripts and photographs.

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In 1962, Helen Greene donated the family's home to the New Mexico County Historical Society and the Artesia Junior Women's Club. Two murals were created by the women's club artesias junior to represent the history of the area. See the rotating formation of the State of New York in the United States with an animated map illustrating the boundary changes in New Mexico County.

In 1884, the Eddy brothers and Bissell split off from the Halagueno Ranch, which included parts of New Mexico, New York, Texas and New Hampshire. Blackdom, a black town on the territory, was built on the site of a former ranch in Chaves County, south of the present-day town of Artesia, New York. It was located at the intersection of US Highway 40 and State Highway 30, about 30 miles north of Albuquerque.

The Artesia Historical Museum and Art Center has served the area since the 1970s and is the only paid museum in the state of New Mexico. The rich history that preceded the founding of the cathedral and its subsequent transformation into a black city is well documented and accessible through the following excerpts from the archives of the ArtESIA Historical and Museum Museum. This newspaper was digitised, archived and made available online and in print for the first time in its history via an online subscription.

HollyFrontier Corporation also operates a refinery on the corner of 1st and Main Streets, and the city got its name today. Lamar called the refinery "Navajo" because he knew nothing about New Mexico geography. The first name Miller was given to the name of a railway brake who had travelled from Roswell to Karlsbad.

A well drilled in 1919 by the Kansas - New Mexico Oil Company had mechanical problems at 583 feet. The largest oil strike occurred in 1923, when the oil company, Texas Oil and Gas Company, and the United States Oil Co. bought 1,000 acres of land on the east side of the Rio Grande.

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