• Abernathy, Henry J.
  • Abeyta, Abram
  • Abeytia, Aniceto C.
  • Abru, Carlos F.
  • Alarid, Canuto
  • Allaire, C. B.
  • Anderson, Clinton Presba
  • Bent, Charles
  • Bergere, Alfred M.
  • Bernalillo County--J. J. Bowden
  • Bessette, A. E.
  • Billy the Kid
  • Bishop, Carl Allen
  • Bojorquez, F. M.
  • Boyle, Robert V.
  • Bristol, Warren
  • Brookes, Albert S.
  • Brown, Cony T.
  • Bujac, Etienne de Pelissier
  • Burgess, Thomas H.
  • Carroon, Frank
  • Catron County
  • Chaves County
  • Chavez, J. Franco
  • Cibola County
  • Colfax County--J. J. Bowden
  • Cook, George E.
  • Curry County
  • Curry County
  • De Baca County
  • Doa Ana County, NM - J. J. Bowden
  • Eddy County
  • Founding of San Francisco de Alburquerque - 1706
  • Grant County-J. J. Bowden
  • Grants
  • Guadalupe County - J. J. Bowden
  • Harding County
  • Hidalgo County
  • Las Cruces Farmers' Market-2011
  • Lea County
  • Lincoln County
  • Los Alamos County--J. J. Bowden
  • Luna County
  • McKinley County--J. J. Bowden
  • Mora County- 1868 Census - Agua Negra Precinct
  • Mora County--J. J. Bowden
  • Otero County, NM--J.J. Bowden
  • Perea, Abel E.
  • Perea, Pedro
  • Proclamation of Las Gorras Blancas~White Caps-1890
  • Quay County
  • Rio Arriba County--J. J. Bowden
  • Roosevelt County
  • San Miguel County
  • San Miguel County - J. J. Bowden
  • Sandoval County--J. J. Bowden
  • Santa Fe County, NM--J. J. Bowden
  • Santa Fe County-Julyan
  • Santa Fe County-Twitchell
  • Santa Fe Territorial Penitentiary Opens-1885
  • Sierra County
  • Sierra County
  • Taos County
  • Torrance County, NM -- J. J. Bowden
  • Twitchell, Ralph Emerson
  • Union County
  • Union County
  • Union County, A History of
  • Valencia County--J. J. Bowden
  • Who Killed Jose Francisco Chaves?
  • Who Killed Jose Francisco Chaves?
  • Los Alamos County--J. J. Bowden

    Los Alamos County--J. J. Bowden

    Los Alamos County sits in the east Jemez mountains and is named for the community of Los Alamos, its county seat, which in turn was named an Hispanic settlement located here as early as 1880.

    This is part of the series, Private Land Claims in the Southwest, submitted by J. J. Bowden in 1969 as partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Laws in Oil and Gas at Southern Methodist University.  Volume Five covers the Private Land Claims within the New Mexico counties of Los Alamos, Sandoval, McKinley and Valencia



    Place story
    San Juan McKinley Cibola Catron Grant Hidalgo Rio Arriba Los Alamos Sandoval Bernalillo Valencia Socorro Sierra Luna Taos Santa Fe Torrance Lincoln Otero Doña Ana Colfax Mora San Miguel Guadalupe De Baca Chaves Eddy Union Harding Quay Curry Roosevelt Lea