De Baca County, New Mexico

De Baca County was created February 28, 1917 from  Guadalupe, Chaves, and Roosevelt  counties. Named for Ezequiel Cabeza de Baca, the second  governor of New Mexico.   The county seat is Fort Sumner, NM.   Click here for county history.

Check out these places:   Fort SumnerGerhardt ValleyRicardoTaiban  ;   YesoEl  Yeso Ranch.

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Questions or comments about this page should be addressed to Harold Kilmer , Clovis, NM. If you are interested in adopting a county please contact the State Coordinator. The New Mexico State Coordinator is  Harold Kilmer. Your help is needed and will be appreciated.

From Nov. 17, 1997

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