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    11. [[Midnight Mining Camp, Colfax County, New Mexico|Midnight  ]]    
 
    11. [[Midnight Mining Camp, Colfax County, New Mexico|Midnight  ]]    
  
    12. [[Perryville,_Colfax_County,_New_Mexico|Perryville]]
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    12. [[Perryville, Colfax County, New Mexico|Perryville]]  
  
    13. [[Sugarite_Mining_Camp,_Colfax_County,_New_Mexico|Sugarite]]
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    13. [[Sugarite Mining Camp, Colfax County, New Mexico|Sugarite]]  
  
    14. Swastika  
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    14. [[Swastika Mining Camp, Colfax County, New Mexico|Swastika]]
  
    15. Twining  
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    15. [[Twining Mining Camp, Colfax County, New Mexico|Twining]]
  
    16. Van Houten  
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    16. [[Van Houten Mining Camp, Colfax County, New Mexico|Van Houten]]
  
    17. Virginia City  
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    17. [[Virginia City, Colfax County, New Mexico|Virginia City]]
  
    18. Yankee  
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    18. [[Yankee Mining Camp, Colfax County, New Mexico|Yankee]]
  
    19. Map                              
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    19. Map page 239.     
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Revision as of 16:25, 8 October 2010

The following is a list of Mining Camps found in Colfax County. All are now ghost towns at most. Source:  Ghost Towns and Mining Camps of New Mexico by James E. and Barbara Sherman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1974.

     1. Anchor

     2. Baldy

     3. Blossburg

     4. Brilliant

     5. Catskill

     6. Dawson

     7. Elizabethtown

     8. Gardiner

     9. Hematite

    10.Koehler

    11. Midnight    

    12. Perryville

    13. Sugarite

    14. Swastika

    15. Twining

    16. Van Houten

    17. Virginia City

    18. Yankee

    19. Map page 239.