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Latest revision as of 16:52, 12 December 2009

Fort Sumner is a village in Southeast New Mexico. It is located in De Baca County on US 60 and US 84.

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  • Billy the Kid Museum celebrates the life of the outlaw and holds over 60,000 relics of the local area.[1]

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Routes through Fort Sumner
SocorroMountainair  W noframe E  ClovisCanyon
Santa FeSanta Rosa  W noframe E  ClovisLubbock




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