|Other titles||Santa Fe National Forest, New Mexico|
|Statement||by Vernon J. Glover|
|Series||Cultural resources management -- rept. no. 9|
|Contributions||United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||77|
They were assisted by their two sons: Frank and Lyman, as well as other lumbermen from the Southeast. Details of land transfers and timber sales, as well as specifications on the railroad’s rolling stock, are ably reported in Vernon Glover’s book, Jemez Mountain Railroads. In , the Porters incorporated as White Pine Lumber Company. Jemez Mountains railroads: Santa Fe National Forest, New Mexico [Glover, Vernon J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Jemez Mountains railroads: Santa Fe National Forest, New Mexico5/5(1). Jemez Mountains Railroads, Santa Fe National Forest, New Mexico [Glover, Vernon J.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Jemez Mountains Railroads, Santa Fe National Forest, New MexicoAuthor: Vernon J. Glover. Genre/Form: Government publications: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Glover, Vernon J. Jemez Mountains railroads (OCoLC) Material Type.
The Jemez Mountains ([ˡhɛmɛz]) are a volcanic group of mountains in Rio Arriba, Sandoval, and Los Alamos counties, New Mexico, United States.. Numerous Puebloan Indian tribes have lived in the Jemez Mountains region since before the Spanish arrived in New Mexico. The Pueblo Indians of this region are the Towa-speaking Jemez people for which this mountain range is named, Elevation: 3, m (11, ft) NAVD Title: Jemez Mountains railroads: Santa Fe National Forest, New Mexico: Publication Type: Book: Authors: Glover, V: Place Published: Santa Fe, NM: Publisher. The Cañon de San Diego Land Grant. The great Jemez caldera is the immense crater of an ancient volcano. Its once towering sides have slumped and eroded through the ages into a terrain of rounded mountains and high mesas, slashed by deep canyons in the volcanic tuff. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Glover, Vernon J. Jemez Mountains railroads (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource.
The Jemez Mountain National Scenic Byway connects ancient cultures, spectacular scenery and outdoor recreation. So close to metropolitan Albuquerque, yet youÕd think you were in another century. A day trip through the Jemez Mountains takes you into a reality where red cliffs, not asphalt avenues, rule the landscape, where mesas with multi-colored layers frame the horizon . Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative (JMEC) was founded in The co-op began as a small hydropower generating station in Jemez Springs serving three families. Today, JMEC is the largest electric co-op in the state serving consumers in the five counties of Rio Arriba, Santa Fe, San Juan, McKinley and Sandoval. Railroads in New Mexico - History Jemez Mountains railroads: Santa Fe National Forest, employed hundreds of people and had a subsidiary plant that produced washboards and scrub brushes manufactured from Jemez Mountains ponderosa pine. This book is an overview of these long-gone railroads and the towns that once existed along : Scott Denning. Jemez Mountain Trail takes you through time and past amazing geological formations, ancient Indian ruins, and an Indian pueblo. The area is rich in logging, mining, and ranching heritage. Sites include Jemez State Monument, Bandelier National Monument, Soda Dam, Cabezon, Battleship Rock, and the Spence and Jemez Mountain Hot : There may be area-use or special attraction fees along the byway.