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Sierra-Grant line defined. 11 Hidalgo Co., formed from the southern

part of Grant Co.

GUADALUPE COUNTY (Leonard Wood Co., 1903-1905)

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1891: 175 San Miguel Co., southern part, taken to

form Guadalupe Co. 1893: 32 Above law re-enacted. 1897: 22 Bernalillo Co., eastern part, added to west

ern part of Guadalupe Co. 1903: 16 Quay Co., southern part, taken from north

eastern part of Guadalupe Co. 1903: 12 Roosevelt Co., northern part, taken from

southeastern part of Guadalupe Co. 1903: 127 Valencia Co., eastern part, added to Guad

alupe Co. Name of Guadalupe Co.

changed to Leonard Wood Co. 1905: 57 Leonard Wood Co. name changed to Guad

alupe Co. 1917: 41 De Baca Co., northwestern part, formed

from the southeastern part of Guadalupe Co.

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HARDING COUNTY

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1921: 106 Harding Co. created from the eastern part

of Mora Co. and the southern part of Union Co.

HIDALGO COUNTY

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11 Grant Co., southern part, taken to form

Hidalgo Co.

LEA COUNTY

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1917: 108 Chaves Co., southeastern part, taken to

form the northern part of Lea Co. 1917: 108 Eddy Co., eastern part, taken to form the

southern part of Lea Co.

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LINCOLN COUNTY

Sess. Laws 1868–69: 20 Socorro Co., eastern part, taken to form

Lincoln Co.

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1878: 83 Doña Ana Co., eastern part, added to

Lincoln Co., southern part. 1887: 39 Doña Ana-Lincoln line defined. 1889: 92 Doña Ana-Lincoln line defined. 1889: 202 Chaves Co. formed from the northeastern

part of Lincoln Co. Eddy Co. formed from the southeastern

part of Lincoln Co. 1893: 36 Valencia Co., southeastern part, enlarged

by part of northern Lincoln Co. 1893: 36 Socorro-Lincoln line defined. 1895: 42 Eddy-Lincoln line defined. 1899: 21 Otero Co., eastern part, formed from

southern Lincoln Co. 1899: 21 Chaves Co., southwestern part, enlarged

by addition of a part of Lincoln Co. 1903: 132 Torrance Co., southern part, formed from

northern part of Lincoln Co. 1909: 326 Socorro Co., northeastern part, enlarged

by addition from Lincoln Co. Socorro Co., southeastern part, diminished

by addition to Lincoln Co.

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LUNA COUNTY

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1901: 70 Doña Ana Co., western part, taken to form

eastern part of Luna Co. Grant Co., eastern part, taken to form the

western part of Luna Co.

MCKINLEY COUNTY

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43 Bernalillo Co., western part, taken to form

McKinley Co. 75 Bernalillo Co., western part, taken to en

large McKinley Co. Valencia Co., northwestern part, taken to

form a part of the enlarged McKinley Co.

MORA COUNTY

Sess. Laws 1859–60: 76 Taos Co., eastern part, taken to form

Mora Co. Act of Cong. Feb. 28, 1861 Colorado Territory, southeastern part,

formed from Mora Co., New Mexico.

Sess. Laws 1867–68: 106 Taos-Mora line defined.
Sess. Laws 1868–69: 47 Colfax Co. formed from the northern part

of Mora Co.
Sess. Laws 1875–76: 162 Colfax-Mora line defined.
Sess. Laws 1882: 176 San Miguel-Mora line defined.
Sess. Laws 1882: 158 Colfax-Mora line defined.
Sess. Laws 1889: 89 San Miguel-Mora line defined.
Sess. Laws 1893: 68 Union Co., central part, taken from east-

ern part of Mora Co. Sess. Laws 1921: 106 Harding Co., western part, taken from

Mora Co.

OTERO COUNTY

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21 Lincoln Co., southern part, taken to form

eastern part of Otero Co. Doña Ana Co., eastern part, taken to form

western part of Otero Co.

QUAY COUNTY

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1903: 16 Guadalupe Co., northeastern part, taken

to form part of Quay Co. San Miguel Co., southeastern part taken

to form northwestern part of Quay Co. Union Co., southern part, taken to form

northern part of Quay Co. 1907: 123 San Miguel Co., southeastern part, added

to northwestern part of Quay Co. Union Co., southern part, taken to form

addition to Quay Co. 1909: 9 Curry Co., northern part, formed from

southeastern part of Quay Co.

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RIO ARRIBA COUNTY

Sess. Laws 1851–52: 291 Original county included the territory be

tween Taos Co., Santa Fé Co., and

Santa Ana Co. Sess. Laws 1880: 103 Taos Co. west of the present western

boundary added to Rio Arriba Co. Sess. Laws 1887: 38 San Juan Co. formed from the western

part of Rio Arriba Co. Sess. Laws 1889: 106 Santa Fé-Rio Arriba line defined. Sess. Laws 1895: 41 Bernalillo-Rio Arriba line defined.

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35 Santa Fé Co., northwestern part, taken to

form part of Rio Arriba Co. 39 Taos-Rio Arriba line defined.

Sandoval Co. northern line redefined giv

ing territory to Rio Arriba Co.

ROOSEVELT COUNTY

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1903: 12 Guadalupe Co., southeastern part, taken

to form northern part of Roosevelt Co. Chaves Co., northeastern part, taken to

form southern part of Roosevelt Co. 1909: 9 Curry Co., southern part, formed from

northeastern part of Roosevelt Co. 1917: 41 De Baca Co., southeastern part formed

from western part of Roosevelt Co. Chaves Co., northeastern part, added to

Roosevelt Co.

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SANTA FE COUNTY

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Sess. Laws 1851-52: 291 Original county included the territory be

tween Santa Ana Co., Rio Arriba Co.,

San Miguel Co., and Bernalillo Co. Sess. Laws 1863-64: San Miguel Santa Fé boundary defined. Sess. Laws 1868–69: 28 Rio Arriba Co., southeastern part, added

to Santa Fé Co. Sess. Laws 1869–70: 40 Above law repealed. Sess. Laws 1882: 174 Santa Fé Co. lines defined. Sess. Laws 1889: 301 Santa Fé Co. lines defined. Sess. Laws 1891: 106 Santa Fé Co. lines defined. Sess. Laws 1903: 35 Rio Arriba Co. enlarged by addition from

northwestern part of Santa Fé Co. Sess. Laws 1903: 132 Torrance Co., northern part formed from

southern part of Santa Fé Co.

SANTA ANA COUNTY

Sess. Laws 1851-52: 292 Original county included territory between

Rio Arriba Co., Santa Fé Co., and

Bernalillo Co. Sess. Laws 1875–76: 38 Bernalillo Co. enlarged by the addition of

Santa Ana Co.

SAN JUAN COUNTY

Sess. Laws 1860–61: 17 Rio Arriba Co., western part, taken to

form southern part of San Juan Co. Taos Co., western part, taken to form

northern part of San Juan Co. Sess. Laws 1861-62: 16 San Juan Co. abolished. Sess. Laws 1887: 38 Rio Arriba Co., western part, taken to

form San Juan Co.

SANDOVAL COUNTY

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1903: 37 Bernalillo Co., northern part, taken to

form Sandoval Co. 1905: 34 Rio Arriba Co., addition from the north

ern part of Sandoval Co.

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SAN MIGUEL COUNTY

Sess. Laws 1851–52: 291 Original county included territory between

Taos Co., Santa Fé Co., and Bernalillo

Co.
1863-64 San Miguel-Santa Fé line defined.

San Miguel Co. extended so as to include

the eastern part of Bernalillo Co. and Valencio Co., and the northeastern

part of Socorro Co. Sess. Laws 1882: 176 Mora-San Miguel line defined. Sess. Laws 1882: 174 Santa Fé-San Miguel line defined. Sess. Laws 1889: 89 Mora-San Miguel line defined. Sess. Laws 1889: 301 Santa-Fé-San Miguel line defined. Sess. Laws 1891: 175 Guadalupe Co. formed from the south

eastern part of San Miguel Co. Sess. Laws 1893: 68 Union Co., southern part, formed from the

eastern part of San Miguel Co. Sess. Laws 1903: 16 Guadalupe Co., northern part, added to

San Miguel Co. when Quay Co. was

created. Sess. Laws 1903: 132 Torrance Co., northern part included south

western part of San Miguel Co. Sess. Laws 1905: 2 Torrance Co., northern part, enlarged by

additional part from southwestern

San Miguel Co. Sess. Laws 1907: 123 Quay Co., northwestern part, addition of

southeastern part of San Miguel Co.

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