Blackdom: The First All-Black Settlement in New Mexico – A Story Map

Blackdom

The Blackdom Story Map highlights the history of a little known event  in New Mexico History. The first all-black settlement in New Mexico was incorporated in 1903 and occupied until the mid-1920s by up to 300 people. Blackdom had a school, post office and several churches during this time. This … Continue reading

Impacts of September 2013 Flooding in New Mexico – A Story Map

Impacts of September 2013 Flooding in New Mexico story map focuses on the impacts of the rain event that took place between September 10 and 18, 2013 that caused extensive flooding and record stream flows across the State resulting in two Presidential Disaster Declarations totaling more than $18 million. This … Continue reading