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The original Fort Stanton Officer's Quarters was built in 1855 and later modified and expanded. The fort has a long and checkered history. In 1862, the legendary Colonel Christopher Houston “Kit” Carson took control as one of its better-known leaders.
A 1931 stone memorial listing Billy and two of his partners in crime rests in relative peace at Old Fort Sumner, along with a newer marker just for the Kid.
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