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BULLETIN - Historic Santa Fe Foundation

BULLETIN - Historic Santa Fe Foundation

BULLETIN - Historic Santa Fe

BULLETIN OF tUE UISTORIC SANTA FE FOUNDATION VOL. 10/NO. 1 FEBRUARY 1982 THE POWDER HOUSE Galisteo Street and Camino de los Marquez At the beginning of the 1880's many Santa Feans believed that their part of New Mexico was on the verge of a mining boom. Reports of rich gold and silver strikes in the Cerrillos district led to a general feeling that mineral development at Carbonateville, Bonanza City and other camps, now long forgotten, would make the southern part of the county one of the Territory's great mining centers. On July 8, 1880 the Daily New Mexican editorialized as follows: Upon our mining interests must we depend principally for the ultimate and lasting prosperity of the Territory ...while Colorado, the nearest rival of New Mexico, is handicapped by the freezing cold, eternal snows and absence of railroads in her mining districts, this Territory is taking each day more gigantic strides toward becoming the recognized center of

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