te justice......Dec. 18, 1900
The Rock Island road enters northeastern New Mexico and inaugurates a period of great industrial development......March, 1901
George H. Wallace, territorial secretary, dies......April 13, 1901
James Wallace Raynolds appointed secretary of the Territory......April 20, 1901
Assault upon any railroad train, with intent to commit murder or any other felony, has, under the laws of New Mexico, been punishable by death since 1897.
The notorious Black Jack Ketchum executed under this act at Clayton......May, 1901
Gov. M. A. Otero, appointed by President McKinley to succeed himself, is inaugurated for a second time amid brilliant ceremonies......June 22, 1901
New corporations filed with the territorial secretary represent $89,735,925, for the fiscal year ending......June 30, 1901
The coal and coke industry gives employment to 2,000 persons.
Production of coal was 1,217,530 tons, valued at the mines at $1,606,174, and coke 21,361 tons, value