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Colfax County, New Mexico - - 1930 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm #T626-1393
Enumeration District Description Statue  Transcriber  Proofreader
4-1 Pct. 1, Elizabethtown      
4-2 Pct. 2, Ute Creek      
4-3 Cimarron Village      
4-4 Pct. 3, Cimarron, excluding Cimarron Village      
4-5 Pct. 4, Rayado      
4-6 Pct. 5, Van Houten      
4-7 Raton City, Ward 1, Election Pct. 28 (Part), bounded by (N) City Limits; (E) City Limits; (S) Sugarite Ave., City Limits; (W) Railroad Tracks.      
4-8 Raton City, Ward 2, Election Pct. 6 (Part), bounded by (N) City Limits; (E) Railroad Tracks; (S) Rio Grande Ave.; (W) City Limits.
Institution(s): Colfax Co. Jail
4-9 Raton City, Ward 3, Election Pct. 6 (Part), bounded by (N) Rio Grande Ave.; (E) Railroad Tracks; (S) City Limits; (W) City Limits.
Institution(s): New Mexico Miners Hospital
4-10 Institution(s): St. Patrick's School      
4-11 Raton City, Ward 4, Election Pct. 20 (Part), bounded by (N) Sugarite Ave.; (E) City Limits; (S) City Limits, Raton Creek; (W) Raton Creek.
Institution(s): Our Lady of Mercy (Sisters' School for Spanish People)
4-12 Raton City, Ward 5, Election Pct. 20 (Part), bounded by (N) Sugarite Ave., Raton Creek; (E) Raton Creek; (S) City Limits; (W) Railroad Tracks.      
4-13 Election Pct. 6, Raton, excluding Raton City      
4-14 Pct. 7, Trinchera      
4-15 Pct. 8, Black Lake
Institution(s): Carson Natl. Forest (Part)
4-16 Pct. 9, Chico      
4-17 Pct. 10, Vermejo Park      
4-18 Pct. 11, Brilliant      
4-19 Springer Village
Institution(s): Springer's Hospital
4-20 Pct. 12, Springer, excluding Springer Village      
4-21 Institution(s): New Mexico Reform School      
4-22 Pct. 13, Dawson (West Part)      
4-23 Pct. 15, Red Lake      
4-24 Pct. 16, Swastika      
4-25 Pct. 17, Tenaja      
4-25 Pct. 26, Ponil      
4-26 Maxwell Village      
4-27 Pct. 18, Maxwell, excluding Maxwell Village      
4-28 Pct. 19, Colmor      
4-29 Pct. 20, East Raton, excluding Raton City      
4-30 Pct. 21, Johnson Mesa      
4-31 Pct. 22, Johnson Park      
4-32 Pct. 23, Koehler      
4-33 Pct. 24, Gardiner
Institution(s): St. Louis, Rocky Mountain, and Pacific Co. Hospital
4-34 Pct. 25, Yankee      
4-36 Pct. 27, French      
4-37 Election Pct. 28, North Raton, excluding Raton City      
4-38 Pct. 29, Sugarite Assigned Deborah Abbott  
4-39 Pct. 30, Kiowa      
4-40 Pct. 31, Miami      
4-41 Pct. 32, Newton      
4-42 Pct. 33, Agua Fria      
4-43 Pct. 34, Gillespie      
4-44 Pct. 35, Malpie      
4-45 Pct. 36, Wheatland      
4-46 Pct. 13, Dawson (East Part)      

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