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QuayLand could be Your Land, QuayLand is definitely My Land... There has to be some bounds of focus to a collaborative website. For our purposes, these bounds are...
Melvin Mills The unfortunate founder of the Orchard Ranch and other properties, like Mills Mansion, near QuayLand. His is the classic story of the BamboozledFarmerEra...
Links To QuayLand Information Much of this is historical, as most QuayLander fled to more hospitable climes. If you know of a good website or blog post about QuayLand...
Robert C. Vinyard We always trumpet the pioneers of QuayLand and my great grandfather was such a pioneer. In the 1910 census, when he was 18 years old, he was living...
Yetta Kohn One of the foremost QuayLanders who had a hand in the formation of several ranches and businesses in the area in the 19th and 20th centuries. Born in Bavaria...
The United States of America There are a few ways of defining the USA and my definition is likely different from the norm. For my part, the United States of America...
QuayLand has nothing to do with Texas Actually, QuayLand has nothing to do with New Mexico either. You could look at it as some sort of successor state. I just don...
Matthew S. Quay Political Machinist? QuayCounty is named for Matthew S. Quay, a distinguished Civil War veteran and U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania. Quay was a leading...
Santa Fe de Nuevo Mexico This was the first government established by Spain over the area that would become QuayLand. For the most part, Spain only nominally exercised...
New Mexico Here is a map of TheAmericanStateOfNewMexico with QuayCounty highlighted. SantaFeDeNuevoMexico was a province of New Spain for hundreds of years, a region...
Comancheria This was a designation, mostly by Spain, of the control of the Comanche Nation over much of the Great Plains of North America that included what would...
Quay County QuayCounty is a county in TheAmericanStateOfNewMexico, created in 1903 out of a western part of Guadalupe County, a southern chunk of Union County, and...
QuayLander An interesting folk, caught somewhere in the midst of adventure, opportunity, chicanery, naivete, and insanity. Many woke up later and ran away to less...
Locations Within WebHome Please contribute to our list of WebHome locations and expand our guide of interesting places in this area! TheAmericanStateOfNewMexico allows...
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The Dawson Railway An interchange amongst those with some knowledge about the Dawson Railway, which was a part of the Paso and Northeastern Railway. The railroad ran...
The Townsite of Dawson This is a recently razed and abandoned coal mining town that was once connected via TheDawsonRailway to TheCityOfTucumcari through TheVillageOfRoy...
The Santa Fe Trail This was `the Interstate Highway` from 1821 until Santa Fe stopped being a place worth trading your wares. The routing of the Trail indicates something...
The Community of Taiban https://cityofdust.blogspot.com/2012/01/whiskey and devil taiban new mexico.html I remember when the Taiban Trading Post was open and selling...
Mills Canyon Alongside SabinosoWilderness and ElPorvenirCampground, this is one of the neat places you can visit in QuayLand. This is in the Canadian River valley...
The Community of Solano Some cool buildings. I don`t know much else except that it is close to the turn off to Sabinoso, BellRanch and TheCommunityOfTrementina...
The Town of Clayton This was the site of the hanging of BlackJackKetchum. I`m sure other interesting things happened here, but I went there to install computers and...
The City of Texico My great great grandparents moved to Texico at the turn of the 20th century and family tradition holds that they owned a hotel there for a short...
The City of Clovis My family has been associated with Clovis from its founding. I lived in Clovis on and off from 1976 until 1994. My great grandfather RobertCVinyard...
The City of Raton I spent many chilly nights in Sugarite State Park (because I am just that cheap) as I services the Raton / Colfax County office of the NewMexicoStateUniversity...
The City of Las Vegas Actually two (or three) places that (sort of) grew together. One of the original stops along TheSantaFeTrail that has more history, treachery...
Sabinoso Wilderness A recently designated wilderness area in QuayLand. Some wonderful folks donated land to allow public access and expand the size of the wilderness...
The Townsite of Hollene According to the 1920 Census, my maternal great grandfather RobertCVinyard lived in Hollene with his teenaged wife and children (from his first...
The Townsite of Claud My family owned a ranch very close to Claud and I lived there for about four years as a preteen. There was a bit of a canyon on our land where...
The Community of Broadview As a kid, this was the closest bit of civilization available to us. I remember buying bottles of soda at Tate Mercantile (now closed)....
The Community of Endee Several kids at San Jon School were attached to the Bard/Endee Volunteer Fire Department, I think because they had very cool coats and could...
The Townsite of Bard I had some good friends that live at Bard. I never really went to their house before he passed away. Comments
The Townsite of Hassel I was travelling with some missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints (the Mormons) and one of them said that their great...
The Community of Jordan Not much here except a fire station. Comments
The Community of Ima I hear they have the occasional church service here. Comments
The Community of Trementina I travel through (probably more accurately beside ) `New` Trementina from my home in TheCityOfTucumcari to the TheCityOfLasVegas and points...
The Community of Garita, Variadero, and Adero Az This is a nice spot where the road intersects with Garita Creek at an beautifully modern bridge! Comments
The Townsite of Montoya https://cityofdust.blogspot.com/2013/08/almost no kicks montoya new mexico.html Montoya was pretty much formed by the family of YettaKohn,...
The Community of Cuervo http://cityofdust.blogspot.com/2013/06/where crows flew cuervo new mexico.html I also drove the old Route 66 that ran from Cuervo to what is...
The Townsite Of Glenrio https://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/route66/glenrio historic district.html The only place in InnerQuayLand that rates a National Park Service Historic...
The City of Tucumcari TheCityOfTucumcari Is the Center of the Universe Of course, since the universe is postulated to be infinite and constantly expanding relative...
The Village of Grady I went to Grady as a sixth grader. It was about the best experience that I had at school for being such a painful introvert! My wife and I were...
The Townsite of Forrest I know there is an extension homemakers club associated with Forrest. I don`t see much else. Comments
The Townsite Of Armenta Plaza Never been through this one. Along the Canadian River and I don`t think you can get there on public roads. Comments
The Community of Norton When I drive through Norton, I only know it because a sign says `Norton`. I don`t recall any buildings to identify that this was ever a place...
The Community of Lesbia http://sixgunsiding.blogspot.com/2019/07/tucumcaris railroad tunnel.html A nearby `tunnel` of the failed railroad. I just wanted you to...
The Community of McAlister Well, the only thing that has happened to me in TheCommunityOfMcAlister, besides driving through it between TheVillageOfHouse and TheCityOfTucumcari...
The Community of Quay I was told by a older local man several years ago, after I trespassed on his family land, that he had lost faith in the decency of folks since...
The Community of Nara Visa https://www.legendsofamerica.com/nm naravisa/ I would often drive through Nara Visa on the way to Clayton for work. Comments

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