White Oaks, New Mexico
       Nestled beneath the Carrizozo Mountains of southcentral New Mexico lies the small, serene community of White Oaks, once a promising, booming mining town, home of many successful businessmen and well-known travelers such as Billy the Kid, Sheriff Pat Garrett, and others.

       The White Oaks Schoolhouse, built in 1895, still stands today, embracing history in its wonderful display of old relics from days gone by.

       As you travel through the pages of this webpage, we hope to lead you back into an era of place and time where dreams of moving to the wild west and striking gold came alive and riches abound.

Annual Membership drive

White Oaks Historical Association

$10.00 per family and $6.00 per individual

All contributions to be designated for repairs and maintenance

We are a nonprofit organization

interested in preserving the Historical School House

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