Lincoln Historic Site

Photo Gallery

Gun Show at Old Lincoln Days 2014Gun Show actors take their job very serious in showing what happens to a soda can when shot by a black powder gun at Old Lincoln Days.Stagecoach Troubadours actors show the history of women's clothing and evolution of the corset.Old Lincoln Days 2014San Juan Day San Juan Mission 2014Lincoln County courthouse where Billy the Kid was jailed.WPA School House (privet property).Aragon Store RuinsDr. Woods HouseSan Juan MissionInside La Iglesia De San Juan Bautista MissionAnderson - Freeman Visitor Center and Museum5th grade students examining Apache Scout mannequin.Students read information on ''The Big Store.''Visitor looking inside the Torreon.Students inside the territorial courthouse.Visitor inside the territorial courthouse.Billy the Kid's portrait inside the courthouse where he was jailed.Small herd of deer at Lincoln Historic Site.Teacher educating the students at Tunstall Store.Exhibit inside Montano Store.Visitors viewing the inside of the Tunstall Store.Inside the Tunstall Store.Old Lincoln Days 2013Old Lincoln Days 2013Old Lincoln Days 2013Old Lincoln Days 2013Old Lincoln Days 2013La Paloma BarLa Paloma Bar and Curer Salon.Woods Annex, Watson House Tunstall Store ca 1940.Lincoln street after paving ca 1940.Watson House, Fresquez House, Tunstall Store ca 1940.Lincoln street after paving ca 1940.Lincoln street after paving ca 1940.Courthouse ca 1886-88Lincoln Hotel (now Wortley Hotel)Wortley HotelWatson HouseTunstall StorePatron HouseSan Juan Mission ca 1920s.Interior Tunstall Store ca 1956.Tunstall StoreInterior Tunstall Store ca 1956.Interior Tunstall Store ca 1956.Interior Tunstall Store ca 1956.Interior Tunstall Store ca 1956.Interior Tunstall Store ca 1956.Ruins of Saturino Baca House and Gallegos House.Dolan HouseRenovation of the Lincoln County Courthouse. Negative # 16588.The past comes alive at Lincoln Historic Site.Originally built to protect Spanish settlers from Apache raids, L.G. Murphy would put Lincoln's defensive tower (torreon) to deadly use in the Lincoln County War when he positioned his sharpshooters inside. The men in this photograph are unidentified, but any one of them could have been involved in the Lincoln County War. The San Juan chapel in Lincoln, 1930's.The most infamous outlaw in the Old West: Billy the Kid. Lincoln County Courthouse in need of repair. While the photo looks old, it does not date back to the Lincoln County War days. Notice the Budweiser sign and car bumper at the extreme left.A team of oxen lumber past the Lincoln County Courthouse.Hanging out: Men patrol the gallows behind the Lincoln County Courthouse.The Lincoln County Courthouse, Lincoln, New Mexico