Clayton New Mexico
Clayton New Mexico
 

Rabbit Ear Mountain

Rabbit Ear Mountain

Rabbit Ear Mountain, remnants of ancient volcanos, are named for a Cheyenne Chief, Orejos de Conjeo, who died in a battle with Spanish colonists in 1717. This geographic feature north of Clayton, was the first important landmark for merchants from Missouri travelling the Santa Fe Trail (1821 - 1879)

 
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