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New Mexico was the 47th state to be admitted into the Union on Saturday, January 6, 1912.

New Mexico covers 121,593 square miles with a population of 2,059,179 people.  New Mexico is the 5th largest state and the 36th most populous.  Wheeler Peak is the highest point in New Mexico at 13,161 feet above sea level, located in the Northern part of the state.  New Mexico was named by the Spanish, in reference to Mexico.  New Mexico is one of the U.S. leaders in output of uranium and potassium salt.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More facts about New Mexico

Capital of New Mexico's New Mexico's capital - Santa Fe

Border States - Arizona, Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah

Nickname - Land of Enchantment

Since 1945, New Mexico has been a leader in energy research and development with extensive experiments conducted at Los AlamosScientific Laboratory and Sandia Laboratories in the nuclear, solar, and geothermal areas.

Minerals are the state's richest natural resource, and New Mexico is one of the U.S. leaders in output of uranium and potassium salts. Petroleum, natural gas, copper, gold, silver, zinc, lead, and molybdenum also contribute heavily to the state's income.

The principal manufacturing industries include food products, chemicals, transportation equipment, lumber, electrical machinery, and stone-clay-glass products. More than two-thirds of New Mexico's farm income comes from livestock products, especially sheep. Cotton, pecans, and sorghum are the most important field crops. Corn, peanuts, beans, onions, chilies, and lettuce are also grown.

Tourist attractions include the Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Inscription Rock at El Morro National Monument, the ruins at Fort Union, Billy the Kidmementos at Lincoln, the White Sands and Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monuments, Bandelier National Monument, and the Chaco Culture National Historical Park.

The opportunities for outdoor sports and recreation in New Mexico are as varied as the state's terrain. Few states can boast six of the Earth's seven climatic zones,Entrance of Carlsbad Caverns nor are they blessed with the towering mountains that rise above New Mexico's high desert plains. Our clear, blue skies invite balloonists and glider pilots to soar on the wind. The Rocky Mountain skiing is unmatched, with its soft powder and variety of terrain. With Public Lands amounting to more than a third of the state, including 13 national monuments and parks, five national forests and 34 state parks, New Mexico has an outdoor adventure for everybody from weekend sightseers to avid back country explorers. New Mexico also has over 70 golf courses from executive-style golf to Professional Golf Association tournament-caliber courses. Although many people think of New Mexico as a desert, there are opportunities for boating, wind surfing and even scuba diving across the state.

Boating, fishing, rafting, sailing, scuba diving and water skiing are all happening right here in New Mexico. There are great rivers for all levels of rafting and great fishing, a a variety of lakes for sailing, windsurfing and swimming and there's even scuba diving in Santa Rosa's famous Blue Hole.

New Mexico has mountains, deserts and grasslands to for amazing outdoor activities—biking, camping, hiking, horse racing, hunting, rock climbing and spelunking.

New Mexico is famous for its wide and beautiful skies and offers the best of ballooning, birding, flying, gliding, hang gliding, parasailing and skydiving. Hang around in the bright blue skies.

Enjoy the great courses throughout the state of New Mexico. Play a round or two.


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