By Thomas E. Chávez
Initially released in 1992 and to be had now basically from UNM Press, An Illustrated heritage of latest Mexico combines greater than 200 images and a concise background to create an enticing, panoramic view of recent Mexico’s interesting prior. For millions of years quite a few cultures have filtered into New Mexico, and every has tailored to the land. New Mexico has turn into a worldly society of many nationalities and ethnicities, all encouraged through those that got here prior to, and all a part of a particular New Mexican tradition that prospers this present day.
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Previous page destination69 next page > 63 64 Photo 5 Nathan Jaffa, mayor of Santa Fe (and one-time Acting Governor of New Mexico), in the courtyard of the Palace of the Governors during Santa Fe Fiesta, August 2-8, 1925. (MNM 11779) Â < previous page destination69 next page > If you like this book, buy it! ï»¿ < previous page Photo 9 64 destination7 next page > 65 Petroglyphs, San CristÃ³bal Pueblo, 1927. Photo by Kenneth Chapman. (MNM 38331) Â < previous page destination7 next page > If you like this book, buy it!
An Illustrated History of New Mexico by Thomas E. Chávez