Quemado, New Mexico

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Quemado, New Mexico
—  Unincorporated area  —
Quemado, New Mexico is located in New Mexico
Quemado, New Mexico
Location within the state of New Mexico
Coordinates: 34°20′38″N 108°29′44″W / 34.34389°N 108.49556°W / 34.34389; -108.49556Coordinates: 34°20′38″N 108°29′44″W / 34.34389°N 108.49556°W / 34.34389; -108.49556[1]
CountryUnited States
StateNew Mexico
CountyCatron
Population (2000)
 • Total250
Time zoneMountain (MST) (UTC-5)
 • Summer (DST)MDT (UTC)
Area code(s)575
GNIS feature ID
 
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Quemado, New Mexico
—  Unincorporated area  —
Quemado, New Mexico is located in New Mexico
Quemado, New Mexico
Location within the state of New Mexico
Coordinates: 34°20′38″N 108°29′44″W / 34.34389°N 108.49556°W / 34.34389; -108.49556Coordinates: 34°20′38″N 108°29′44″W / 34.34389°N 108.49556°W / 34.34389; -108.49556[1]
CountryUnited States
StateNew Mexico
CountyCatron
Population (2000)
 • Total250
Time zoneMountain (MST) (UTC-5)
 • Summer (DST)MDT (UTC)
Area code(s)575
GNIS feature ID
Antler tree in Quemado, 2006

Quemado is an unincorporated community in Catron County, New Mexico, United States. Walter De Maria's 1977 art installation, The Lightning Field, is between Quemado and Pie Town, New Mexico.

Jerry D. Thompson, historian of the American Southwest, was reared in Quemado.

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