Locations Within QuayLand

Please contribute to our list of QuayLand locations and expand our guide of interesting places in this area!

TheAmericanStateOfNewMexico allows incorporated places to decide what "type" of title it will have: city, town, or village. These are not based on size as many people assume. We follow the corporate naming conventions as defined and we call an unincorporated yet defined and populated place a "community", usually if they still have a post office or a fire station - the classic American definition of "place". For the many, many "ghost towns" within QuayLand, we usually call each a "townsite". You will see examples of all of these below and we appreciate your help in keeping the convention accurate!

We are certainly interested in the history and memories of these places and would be happy to work with current landowners and the descendants of residents and settlers to record their stories and photographs.

Locations within InnerQuayLand

Location Within OuterQuayLand

-- Jason Nemrow - 2019-07-28


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