Definition of Capital of New Mexico
1. Noun. Capital of the state of New Mexico; located in north central New Mexico.
Generic synonyms: State Capital
Group relationships: Land Of Enchantment, New Mexico, Nm
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Literary usage of Capital of New Mexico
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1. History of the Border Wars of Two Centuries: Embracing a Narrative of the by Charles Richard Tuttle (1876)
"... on an expedition against Santa Fe, the capital of New Mexico. After marching eight hundred and fifty miles in six weeks, he took possession of the place ..."
2. The Leading Facts of New Mexican History by Ralph Emerson Twitchell (1917)
"Nestling between the outstretched arms of the Sangre de Cristo mountains lies the city of Santa Fe,5ee capital of New Mexico and >ee Mrs. Edward E. Ayer, ..."
3. A Concise History of New Mexico by Le Baron Bradford Prince (1912)
"CAPITAL For fully three centuries the city of Santa Fe has been the capital of New Mexico. For seven years after the first colonization, from 1598-1605, ..."
4. Seven Years' Residence in the Great Deserts of North America by Emmanuel Domenech (1860)
"From Fort Smith to Santa Fe, capital of New Mexico, there is a distance of 825 miles at least. You reach it by an imperceptible ascent, ..."
5. Doniphan's Expedition and the Conquest of New Mexico and California by John Taylor Hughes, Dewitt Clinton Allen, Charles R. Morehead (1907)
"... marched into this city the capital of New Mexico, having met with no ar Head Qr. Army of the West ..."
6. Colton's Common School Geography by Joseph Hutchins Colton (1880)
"Santa Fe, the capital of New Mexico, is the center of ад overland trade with Mexico. Population, 6000. QUESTIONS.—1. How is Texas described t 2. Colorado? ..."