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THE MEXICAN WAR 1848 MEMORIAL PLAQUE

IN MAY OF 1848, U.S. PRESIDENT JAMES K. POLK ORDERED THE INVASION OF MEXICO BY U.S. TROOPS, THUS BEGINNING THE MEXICAN WAR. THREE MONTHS LATER, GENERAL STEPHEN WATTS KEARNEY LED A VICTORIOUS U.S. ARMY UNOPPOSED ACROSS NORTHERN NEW MEXICO AND INTO SANTA FE ...

State:New Mexico
LocationHILLSIDE PARK-OTERO STREET
City
State
Zip Code87501
CIVIL WAR 1862 MEMORIAL PLAQUE

SHORTLY AFTER THE CIVIL WAR BEGAN, THE CONFEDERACY TURNED ITS ATTENTION TO THE SOUTHWEST, AND IN FEBRUARY, 1862, THREE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED TROOPS UNDER THE COMMAND OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL SIBLEY, DEFEATED THE UNION TROOPS AT VALVERDE, RAISED THE CONFEDE ...

State:New Mexico
LocationHILLSIDE PARK-OTERO STREET
City
State
Zip Code87501
WORLD WAR II 1945 MEMORIAL PLAQUE

State:New Mexico
LocationHILLSIDE PARK-OTERO STREET
City
State
Zip Code87501
SANTA FE KOREAN WAR MEMORIAL

REMEMBER THOSE SANTA FEANS WHO WENT TO FIGHT IN THE MUD, THE SNOW AND THE CHOKING DUST OF A STRANGE LAND: KOREA 1950-1953

State:New Mexico
LocationAMELIA WHITE PARK
City
State
Zip Code87505
GLORIETA BATTLEFIELD WAR MEMORIAL MARKER

State:New Mexico
LocationNEW MEXICO ROUTE 50
City
State
Zip Code87501
NEW MEXICO STATE CIVIL WAR MEMORIAL

TO THE HEROES OF THE FEDERAL ARMY, WHO FELL AT THE BATTLE OF VALVERDE FOUGHT WITH REBELS FEBUARY 21, 1862. TO THE HEROES OF THE FEDERAL ARMY, WHO FELL AT THE BATTLES OF CANON DEL APACHE AND PIGEON'S RANCHO (LA GLORIETA)FOUGHT WITH THE REBELS MARCH 28, 186 ...

State:New Mexico
LocationEAST SAN FRANCISCO STREET
City
State
Zip Code87501

 

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