Old New Mexico: Nature, art and history are key in Silver City


A town of about 10,000 residents, Silver City, New Mexico, is known as the gateway to wilderness because of its location next to Gila National Forest, which offers 3.3 million acres of history and peacefulness. This historic city was discovered by prospectors in 1870. What began as a single cabin grew to 80 buildings in 10 months, and today it’s a hub for artists in the southwestern corner of New Mexico between El Paso, Texas, and Phoenix, Arizona. The silver mines caused the […]  » Read More

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