Fort Stanton (N.M.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Lincoln County Heritage Trust Collection
Identifier: AC 481
Scope and Content Collection contains primary and secondary letters, original deeds, and other ephemeral materials pertaining primarily to the Lincoln County War. Collection also contains reference letters relevant to Pancho Villa and his assassination.
Dates: 1879-1986; Majority of material found in 1879-1933
Lincoln County Papers
Identifier: AC 292
Scope and Content Collection contains copies of documents used by historian John P. Wilson in preparation of publications on Lincoln County. This material was reference material collected by Wilson from various sources including the National Archives, State Record Center, personal communication, and other sources. Included are business papers, census reports, military contracts, legal records, etc.
Statement of General Buell's Scout,
Identifier: AC 227-P
Scope and Content The broadside, from the Army and Navy Journal of April 16, 1881, entitled "Statement of General Buell's Scout", contains two articles: the first one, by John Conline, concerns an expedition from Fort Stanton, New Mexico to the Sacramento and Guadalupe mountains in search of Indians; and the second, by George H. Kinzie, concerns an altercation between Mexican sheepherders and Indians near La Luz, New Mexico. The United States Army established and maintained Fort Stanton, New Mexico in an effort...