The Colorado State Review Board gave its approval on May 17th to nominations for seven Kiowa County resources. Four are being nominated to the National Register, including this rare 1952 circular house in Eads, while three are proposed for the State Register. The National Register resources will be forwarded to the National Park Service in Washington for review, while State Register resources will be considered by the Board of History Colorado.
The formal dedication of San Jose de los Jemez and Giusewa Pueblo as New Mexico's 46th National Historic Landmark took place on May 16th. Making formal remarks were: Cabinet Secretary Veronica Gonzales, New Mexico Cultural Affairs Department; Governor Vincent A. Toya, Pueblo of Jemez; Superintendent Jason Lott, National Park Service, Bandelier National Monument; and Director Richard Sims, New Mexico Monuments. Following the ceremony, Jemez dancers performed the Eagle Dance and Jemez arts and crafts were on display. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar designated the the seventeenth century mission church of an NHL last October. Front Range prepared the nomination with archeologist Charles Haecker of the National Park Service.
The National Park Service announced on 16 May that the Snow Train Rolling Stock had been listed in the National Register. The five-piece ensemble was nominated as a historic district and included the wedge snow plow shown here. The district constitutes the first railroad rolling stock listed in the National Register from Wyoming. Front Range undertook the project for the Albany County Historic Preservation Board and the Laramie Railroad Depot Association.
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