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About Colfax County
Colfax County is a county located in the U.S. state of New Mexico. As of the 2010 census, the population was 13,750. Its county seat is Raton. It is the home of Philmont Scout Ranch. The county was named for Schuyler Colfax (1823-1885), seventeenth Vice President of the United States under U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant.
The County contains numerous state parks, ski resorts, national forests, scenic vistas, and outdoor recreational activities.
Colfax County was originally part of Taos County, one of the original nine counties created by the New Mexico Territory in 1852. In 1859, the eastern part of Taos County, including all of the territory of Colfax County, was split off to form Mora County. Colfax County was established on January 25, 1869 from the northern part of Mora County. The original county seat was the gold mining town of Elizabethtown.:37–38
By 1872, when the gold rush in Elizabethtown had died down, the county seat was moved to Cimarron. Cimarron was on the stage coach route along the Mountain Branch of the Santa Fe Trail, and was the headquarters of the Maxwell Land Grant. The Colfax County Courthouse in Cimarron is a contributing structure in the Cimarron Historic District, and is still in use as a Masonic lodge.
The eastern portions of Colfax, Mora, and San Miguel counties were severed to form Union County in 1893.
Whereas according to the 2010 U.S. Census Bureau: 83.8% White 0.5% Black 1.5% Native American 0.4% Asian 0.1% Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 3.6% Two or more races 10.1% Other races 47.2% Hispanic or Latino (of any race).more ...
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