Capulin Volcano National Monument, located in northeastern New Mexico, is an example of an extinct cinder cone volcano. A paved road spirals around the volcano and visitors can drive up to a parking lot at the rim. Hiking trails circle the rim as well as lead down into the mouth of the volcano. The visitor center contains exhibits about geology, natural history and human history of Capulin Volcano.
“Deadwood gained its notoriety in the late 19th century as a lawless gold mining town. In 1874, General Custer led an expedition to the Black Hills territory owned by the Lakota. During his search, he found gold. This started the rush and Deadwood was formed in 1876. Within 6 months Deadwood’s population reached around 4,800 people. “The town attained notoriety for the murder of Wild Bill Hickok.” - Wikipedia