Chamizal National Memorial houses several artifacts from the Chamizal Treaty and relocation era. The Memorial also maintains a vault, holding artwork and the donated Addis Collection. Explore the links below to learn more.
Collections and Artifacts
What is a Monument?
In a report dated 1898, details were laid out describing each of the U.S./Mexico boundary markers. The report stated that each monument was made of either steel or iron 2 cm thick, and must be 6 ft tall. Inscriptions were ordered, in English on the north side and Spanish on the south side. The total weight for each monument is 710 pounds.
The break down in cost for each marker:
Last updated: December 12, 2018