Padre Martinez

About As an educator and publisher, Padre Martnez established the first co-educational primary school in Taos in 1826, and in 1833 he established a college...

Zia pueblo

About The symbol originated with the Indians of Zia Pueblo in ancient times. It's design reflects their tribal philosophy, with its wealth of pantheistic spiritualism...

Juan de Oate Statue

About In June 1598, Juan de Oate led a group of Spanish settlers through the Jornada del Muerto, an inhospitable patch of desert that ends...

Lincoln Historic Site

About Lincoln Historic Site is unique in that it manages most of the historical buildings in the community of Lincoln. This most widely visited state...

Colfax County Courthouse

About The original or "Old Colfax County Courthouse" finds its beginnings in the turbulent days of the Maxwell Land Grant, when the Utes and Apaches...

Hawikuh Ruins

About Estevanico, aNorth Africanslave assigned to FrayMarcos de Niza's expedition, was the first non-native to visit Hawikuh, in 1539. He may have been killed when...

Pat Garrett Statue

About Born in Chambers County, Alabama on June 5, 1850, Patrick Floyd Jarvis Garrett was one of seven children born to John and Elizabeth Garrett....

Chief Manuelito Statue

History Manuelito was a respected leader who resisted foreign domination and led the Navajo resistance as a War Chief against U.S. Military efforts to remove...

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