Ranching in New Mexico was important because they made a living by raising the sheep for wool. The large sheep drives brought about a thousand of sheep to California from New Mexico. Thus, this made the New Mexicans very powerful and wealthy. My picture explains New Mexicans herding the sheep.
Welcome back to the Harvey household Mr.Harvey. I'll take your luggage.
The impact of the railroads in New Mexico was it transported luggage and valuable materials. The railroads shipped live stock and crops. My picture explains workers transporting luggage.
All aboard the train!
Can you please help me with my luggage?
Mining was very important in New Mexico because coal was essential for the railroads to function. A lot of people from across the world such as Europe and Italy came to work at New Mexico. My picture explains what these workers were mining for which was coal.
Hey! Do not shoot! Come with us all of you outlaws are going to jail.
No! We will never go to jail!
Harvey houses in New Mexico were young females that applied to work as a waitress under Fred Harvey.They worked to serve him and clean the house. My picture explains Fred Harvey going into his house. While the maids are greeting him.
What tourism was a large business in New Mexico. The railroads were a major part because it brought people to go to New Mexico to learn about the western culture. My picture explains a woman going on the train to go to New Mexico.
Wild west in New Mexico was full of a lot of outlaws, violence, guns and crimes. In amn of the towns there wasn't a lot of law enforcement many people came to New Mexico and stole. They stole items such as cattle from the ranchers, gold and silver from the miners, and valuable possesions from the workers from the train. My picture exhibits law enforcement and out laws. (My picture glitched with the wild west strip. Please excuse this}