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New Mexico to sell historical landmarks

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A national land mark in New Mexico may soon be up for sale.

You could be the owner of the western outpost in New Mexico famous for the Buffalo Soldier's and their battle with the Apache.

As the country faces budget cuts and a shift lawmaker's views on what history is worth saving. Many landmarks across the country and being sold off.

New Mexico state officials say Fort Bayard has become a money pit as the state has been struggling for funding for historic preservation. The state has been struggling for ideas for funding. The Save America's Treasures program, which helped restore other landmarks like Rosa Parks' bus, has recently been eliminated, making options scarce.
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