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An Illustrated History of New Mexico by Thomas E. Chávez

By Thomas E. Chávez

Initially released in 1992 and to be had now merely from UNM Press, An Illustrated heritage of recent Mexico combines greater than 200 pictures and a concise historical past to create an interesting, panoramic view of latest Mexico’s attention-grabbing previous. For millions of years a number of cultures have filtered into New Mexico, and every has tailored to the land. New Mexico has develop into a worldly society of many nationalities and ethnicities, all inspired via those that got here sooner than, and all a part of a particular New Mexican tradition that flourishes this day.

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Catron, Santa Fe, ca. 1917-1920. Photo by Wesley Bradfield. (MNM 13309) Photo 9 Mr. and Mrs. George Heye and Harmon Hendricks visit Santa Fe in 1917, on Palace Avenue at the corner of the new art museum under construction. George Heye established the Heye Foundation / Museum of the American Indian in New York. Photo by Jesse L Nusbaum. (MNM 61815)  < previous page destination64 next page > If you like this book, buy it!  < previous page destination65 next page > Photo 10 59 60 The Fine Arts Museum in Santa Fe, December 22, 1918.

Previous page destination45 Photo 6 Hauling broom corn in Clovis, New Mexico, ca. 1905. (MNM 8987) 38 next page > 39  < previous page destination45 next page > If you like this book, buy it!  < previous page destination46 next page > Photo 7 Firing pottery at Santa Clara Pueblo, 1904-1905. Photo by Edward S. Curtis. (MNM 31940)  < previous page destination46 next page > If you like this book, buy it!  < previous page destination47 next page > 39 40 Photo 8 Husking corn in northern New Mexico, ca.

Previous page Photo Section 8 Photo 1 60 destination66 next page > 61 New Mexico residents, ca. 1920. (MNM 31841)  < previous page destination66 next page > If you like this book, buy it!  < previous page destination67 next page > Photo 2 61 62 Hastiin Klah, Navajo medicine man. Photo by T. Harmon Parkhurst. (MNM 4330)  < previous page destination67 next page > If you like this book, buy it!  < previous page Photo 3 62 destination68 next page > 63 José Abel Romero, four years old.

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