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New Mexico Coffee Mug featuring the photograph Wagon Wheels in bw by James Barber

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Wagon Wheels in bw Coffee Mug

James Barber

by James Barber



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R(79) G(79) B(79)

Product Details

Our ceramic coffee mugs are available in two sizes: 11 oz. and 15 oz. Each mug is dishwasher and microwave safe.

Design Details

WAGON WHEELS IN BW by James Barber... more


11 oz.

Ships Within

5 - 7 business days

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Artist's Description

"WAGON WHEELS IN BW" by James Barber

This black and white photo captures the remnants of a horse drawn wagon that sits in the wagon yard of Fort Union National Monument, New Mexico. Fort Union, located near the town of Watrous, was first established in 1851 to act as the central military post and supply hub for the other posts in New Mexico. Both cavalry and infantry were garrisoned in the fort. The main supply line to this area was the Santa Fe Trail and the ruts are clearly visible across the prairie surrounding the fortress. Once the railroad was established in the area, the usefulness of the Santa Fe Trail diminished and eventually the fort was abandoned in 1891. Today, remnants of the adobe walls, stone foundations, and brick chimneys still stand. Fort Union was established as a National Monument in 1954.

About James Barber

James Barber

James Barber currently resides in northwestern Arkansas, the Natural State.