- Two friends who believe in ferries
Article from the Santa Fe New Mexican newspaper on Bryan and Gary and their project
- The Southwest Ferry Project official T-shirt
If you believe in ferries, then help out and support our project by buying an "I Believe In Ferries" product.
- A look at the historic river ferry near Moose, Wyoming (Menor's Ferry)
John Parsons, a friend of our project, went to Menor's Ferry in Wyoming recently and took photos and videos of the reconstructed ferry run by the National Park Service. Check out his images here. Thanks, John!
- New Mexico Magazine
New Mexico Magazine, the nation's original state magazine, is your one-stop portal to explore the Land of Enchantment.
- HSNM Home
If you have a keen interest in New Mexico History, enjoy attending historical conferences and reading stimulating and revealing articles by noted historians, archivists and recognized experts in their fields, HSNM is for you!
- The Gadsden Museum
Located three blocks north of the Mesilla plaza is one of New Mexico's most unique privately-owned museums. The museum is dedicated to Colonel Albert J. Fountain's family and their inimate ties to the Mesilla valley. If you're in Las Cruces or Mesilla, take some time to visit this wonderful place. Call for an appointment, please.
- Frontier Historial Society. Glenwood Springs, Colorado
The Frontier Historical Society, Inc. was created in 1964 to preserve the pieces of Glenwood Springs’ past. A small museum was opened at that time, continued to grow and in 1972 a larger museum was opened in its present location at 1001 Colorado Avenue in Glenwood Springs.
- Save The Hatton Ferry!
On July 1, Virginia will stop funding the Hatton Ferry. Unless private donors, nonprofits or local governments find the cash to keep it open, its last crossing is Sunday afternoon.
- Geronimo Springs Museum
Geronimo Springs Museum contains the history of Sierra County. From the mammoth and mastodon skulls and the world-class collection of prehistoric Mimbres pottery to the Apache, Hispanic, military, mining, ranching, and cultural exhibits, the Museum is a fascinating complex of historical artifacts.
- Uintah County Library Regional History Center
Uintah County Library's Regional History Center collects, preserves, indexes and distributes historical information about Uintah County, Utah and the surrounding region.
- New Mexico Office of the State Historian
The mission of the Office of the State Historian is to foster and facilitate an appreciation and understanding of New Mexico history and culture through education, research, preservation, and community outreach.
- New Mexico Commission of Public Records - State Records Center and Archives
The Commission of Public Records is the governing body of the State Records Center and Archives.
- Silver City Museum
The Silver City Museum creates opportunities for residents and visitors to explore, understand, and celebrate the rich and diverse cultural heritage of southwestern New Mexico by collecting, preserving, researching and interpreting the region's unique history.
- Rio Grande Historical Collections
The Rio Grande Historical Collections, Hobson-Huntsinger University Archives, and Special Collections serves the New Mexico State University Library by acting as a repository for non-current university records and for manuscripts, personal papers and non-circulating material documenting the cultural heritage and history of New Mexico and the Southwest.
- David Rumsey Collection
The David Rumsey Collection focuses on 18th and 19th century North and South American cartographic materials. The collection includes atlases, globes, school geographies, maritime charts, and a variety of separate maps including pocket, wall, children's and manuscript maps. The online selection is an expanding cross section of images designed to highlight the depth and breadth of the collection.
- Fort Craig National Historic Site
Fort Craig, established in 1854, was one of the largest and most important frontier forts in the West. Set in the rugged beauty of Socorro County, N.M., it was one of the eight forts situated along the primary north-south road in the Rio Grande Valley.
- Fort Selden State Monument
The United States Govenment built Fort Selden near the town of Las Cruces in 1865 to protect settlers from outlaws and Apache Indians, and for a quarter of a century it served its purpose.
- Fort McRae
Fort McRae served an important function as a frontier military outpost during the period of Indian unrest in the New Mexico Territory.
- New Mexico Geospatial Advisory Committee
The State of New Mexico Geospatial Advisory Committee (GAC), formerly known as the Geographic Information Systems Advisory Committee (GISAC) exists to guide and enhance the use of geospatial technologies in state government.
- Late Nite Grafix, Inc.
A full service graphic design company located in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
- Rock Art Southwest
A website devoted to the rock art photography of Gary Cascio
- Hillsboro History
The Hillsboro Historical Society is a non-profit charitable organization that seeks to preserve the rich history around Hillsboro.
- New Mexico Search and Rescue
The New Mexico Search and Rescue page is dedicated to promoting the cause of the men and women who sacrifice their time and personal safety for the benefit of those lost, hurt or missing in the wilderness of New Mexico.
- Google Archaeology
Don't you love spending hours and hours searching Google Earth™ and Google Maps™, looking at interesting landforms that just might be an archaeological site or ruin?
- Wheatland Ferry - Home Page
Located one mile north of the Yamhill–Polk county border in Oregon, the Wheatland Ferry shuttles passengers across the Willamette River, linking Marion with Yamhill and Polk counties.