Arroyo Del Agua, New Mexico
Arroyo Del Agua, is a populated place in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, United States. It lies at an elevation of 6,834 feet / 2,083 meters along the north bank of the Rio Puerco, above its confluence with its tributary Salitral Creek.
Arroyo Del Agua, is mentioned in the itinerary of Antonio Armijo as a stopping place of his expedition that pioneered his 1829-1830 route of the Old Spanish Trail between Santa Fe, New Mexico and Mission San Gabriel in California.
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Arroyo del Agua
- Diario que formo yo el ciudando Antonio Armijo, como comandante, para el descubrimiento del camino para el punto de las Californias (Diary made by citizen Antonio Armijo as commandant for the discovery of the route to the Californias), Official Register of the Government the United States of Mexico, 1830, pp. 205-206
- LeRoy R. Hafen and Antonio Armijo, Armijo's Journal,Huntington Library Quarterly, Vol. 11, No. 1 (Nov., 1947), pp. 87-101, Published by: University of California Press, DOI:10.2307/3816035