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New Mexico Emigration and Immigration

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The influx of Anglo-Americans first began about 1850, when the Santa Fe Trail was used by many on their way to the California gold fields. The eastern third of New Mexico was settled after the Civil War by Protestants from Texas. The southwestern corner attracted miners from other states after the coming of the railroads in the 1880s. Colorado ranchers and Mormon colonists (after 1876) settled the San Juan Valley in the northwest corner of the state.
There has been no port of entry common to settlers of New Mexico. For information on passenger lists, see [[United States Emigration and Immigration|United States Emigration and Immigration]]
:NOTE: All of the information from the original research outline has been imported into this Wiki site and is being updated as time permits.
== References ==
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[[Category:New_Mexico|Emigration]] [[Category:Mexicans]]
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