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      The 47th U.S. State to join the Union:   06-Jan-1912
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Extinct New Mexico Counties:: (not linked unless noted, ):
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County Name
Santa Ana -------




Factual information
New Mexico Territory (1844-1876). Santa Ana County was one of the seven original partidos created in New Mexico under Mexican rule. Under U.S. rule, it became a U.S. Territorial county from 1852 until 1876, when it was absorbed by Bernalillo County. It does not exist today as an administrative unit. The original county seat of Santa Ana County is what is now Fort Defiance, Arizona.



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Extinct New Mexico Counties:: (not linked unless noted, ):
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County Name

       B ——
Bernalillo -
Bernalillo -
Bernalillo -
Bernalillo -
Bernalillo -

       C ——
Chaves -
Cibola -
Curry -
Curry -

       D ——
Dona Ana -

       H ——
Harding -

       L ——
Lea -
Lea -
Lea -
Lea -
Lincoln -
Lincoln -
Los Alamos -
Luna -

       M ——
McKinley -

       Q ——
Quay -
Quay -

       R ——
Rio Arriba -
Roosevelt -

       S ——
Sandoval -
San Juan -
San Juan -
Santa Fé -
Sierra -
Socorro -
Socorro -
Socorro -

       T ——
Taos -
Torrance -

       U ——
Union -
Society Name and Location



Albuquergue Genealogical Society (Albuquergue, NM)
Albuquergue Historical Society (Albuquergue, NM)
Hispanic Genealogical Research Center of New Mexico (Albuquergue, NM)
New Mexico Jewish Historical Society (Albuquergue, NM)
The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History (Albuquergue, NM)



Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico (Roswell, NM)
Cibola County Historical Society (Grants, NM)
Curry County Genealogical Society (Clovis, NM)
High Plains Historical Foundation (Clovis, NM)



Dona Ana County Historical Society (Las Cruces, NM)



New Mexico Genealogical Society Harding County Branch (Albuquerque, NM)



Hobbs Family History Research Center (Hobbs, NM)
Lea County Genealogical Society (Lincoln, NM)
Lea County Historical Society (Lincoln, NM)
Southeastern New Mexico Genealogical Society (Hobbs, NM)
Lincoln County Historical Society (Lincoln, NM)
Lincoln County Heritage Trust (Lincoln, NM)
Los Alamos Historical Society (Los Alamos, NM)
Deming Luna Mimbres Museum (Deming, NM)



New Mexico Genealogical Society, McKinley County Records (Albuquerque, NM)



Quay County Genealogical Society Branch (Albuquerque, NM)
Genealogical Society Blog, Quay County Branch (Albuquerque, NM)



Rio Arriba County Historical Society (Tierra Amarilla, NM)
Roosevelt County Searcher Genealogical Society (Portales, NM)



Sandoval County Historical Society (Bernalillo, NM)
San Juan County Historical Society (Flora Vista, NM)
Total Tracers Genealogical Society (Flora Vista, NM)
Historical Society of New Mexico (Santa Fé, NM)
Sierra County Genealogical Society ( Truth or Consequences, NM)
New Mexico Genealogical Society (Albuquerque, NM)
Socorro County Genealogical Society (Sorocco, NM)
Socorro County Historical Society (Sorocco, NM)



Taos County Historical Society (Taos, NM)
Torrance County Historical Society (Estancia, NM)



Union County Historical Society (Clayton, NM)
— Serving multiple areas —
Hispanic Genealogical Research Center of New Mexico (Albuquerque, NN) - Serving the
          entire state of New Mexico.
New Mexico Genealogical Society (Albuquerque, NN) - Serving the entire state of
          New Mexico.
New Mexico Jewish Historical Society (Albuquerque, NN) - Serving the entire state of
          New Mexico.

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