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This special section of The Olden Times features old newspaper articles from or about New Mexico and New Mexico families. 

You'll find old news articles, obituaries, birth & marriage announcements, ads and more. See the links at the top of this page to go to the Index of Names, to search this site or to take a look at the Site Map.

Note: The Index of Names is always your best bet for finding a specific name!

Each of these was scanned from an original issue of an old newspaper in my personal collection. They appear in the order in which they were added to this website. Be sure to check for archived stories, since I move them from this page to the Archives periodically.

New Mexico Genealogy & Local History Books
Including Rare, Out-of-Print, and Hard-to-Find Treasures!

Old News from Other Places
Archived Stories
Genealogy Links
New Mexico Books

 History Links
Vintage Recipes

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Index of Hotel Registrations: Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1893 icon

Westing: Personal Narratives of Life on the Rayado, New Mexico Frontier

These Also Served: Brief Histories of Pioneers...Short Stories and Pictures Relative to Catron, Grant, Sierra, Socorro and Valencia Counties of New Mexico icon

Battle of Glorieta Pass: A Gettysburg in the West   

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Hudspeth's Grants (Valencia County, New Mexico) City Directory

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SALAZAR Death; Funeral from MANDERFIELD Residence, 1903

Vintage New Mexico Postcard: Ruins of the San Diego de Jemez Mission

News of the Wild West: General ORD Says Indian Threat Exaggerated; SAVAGE Expedition Sends New Mexico Gem Samples to New York, 1872

WHITELAW Relocates to Hutchinson, Kansas, 1897

Property Transfers in Las Vegas, San Miguel Co., 1897   Now indexed!

MUNSON - GRIGGSBY Marriage at Carlsbad, 1903

Prevent Constipation with Herbine, 1903 FISCHER, STROUD

Vintage J. R. WILLIS Postcard: Navajo Hogan, date unknown

Francisco GARCIA Released from Jail,  1897

Ed OWENS Death, 1897

Amos LEWIS Offers Tailor-Made Suits, 1897

Lost a Water Spaniel? O. W. JOHNSON of Chapelle has your dog! 1897

Judge WALKER Receives Homestead Patent Applications for  San Miguel & Guadalupe Counties: ULIBARRI, MONTOYA, WARBRU, GARCIA, SUMNER

Mrs. COMBS Claims her Lost Purse, Recovers 50 Cents, Las Vegas, 1897

Pablo BRITO Sees Profit in Sheep, 1897

TOWNER & HARWOOD Leave for CO with Burros, 1897

FENSTERMACHER Death, 1897

ROSS - HOWE Marriage, Farmington, 1897

Buy your dust sprayers from L. W. COE of Farmington, 1897

CHAVES Death at Albuquerque, 1897

Dandelion Wine Recipe, 1915

David GOLDSTEIN Death, 1887

William CULLEN Funeral, 1887

HUGHES Birth, Colfax County, 1887

Beyond Courage: One Regiment Against Japan icon
A vivid narrative of the men of New Mexico's 200th and 515th Coast Artillery (AA) units. Cave skillfully tells a story of hardship, bravery, unspeakable treatment, and a never-dying belief that their country would liberate them. They were the first unit to fire on the enemy in the Philippines and the last organized unit to lay down their arms when surrender came.

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