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Published on Aug 13, 2015
The rush to mine gold and silver in the late 19th century helped create several boom towns in New Mexico. The end of that mining rush also created numerous ghost towns across the state. Hillsboro can't quite qualify as a ghost town, since it has many hearty residents who love their quiet community. And Kingston, while smaller, still has people who call it home. While these towns lost much of their population they haven't lost their charm.