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      • Sandoval County was created with the Town of Bernalillo as seat of government. Los Alamos County was carved out of northeastern Sandoval County and a bit of Santa Fe County. The American Realty and Petroleum Company (AMREP) purchased 55,000 acres of land in southeastern Sandoval County. It came to be called Rio Rancho Estates.
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