City of Gallup, New Mexico

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This is the official LinkedIn page for the City of Gallup, New Mexico Government. Gallup is the seat of McKinley County in the northwestern quadrant of New Mexico, USA. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, the population is approximately 21,678. Founded in 1881 as a headquarters along the construction right-of-way for the southern transcontinental rail route, the town draws its name from David L. Gallup, a paymaster for the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. Gallup has a long association with the mining and railroad industries, although tourism has been most significant to the local economy in recent times. Due to its proximity to Monument Valley and other favorite Western settings for Hollywood’s movie moguls, Gallup’s El Rancho Hotel has played host to many legendary film stars such as John Wayne, Kirk Douglas and Ronald Reagan.

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