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Category: New Mexico History

Death in New Mexico

Disease in New Mexico

The latest threat from Covid is the Omicrom variant. In the early days no one knew about the arrival of a disease until it was

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New Mexico History

Remnants of a Hidden Faith

Through the early 20th century pergola structures, called a jaral in Spanish, could be found in New Mexico. The Sephardic Jews placed them in their

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New Mexico History

Hidden Faith & Other Customs

The altar at San Felipe de Neri Church in Albuquerque featured the Star of David. The symbol became a reminder of the previous homeland for

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New Mexico History

Route 66: The Road to Salvation

The stock market crash of 1929 plunged the country into the Great Depression. The collapse of the national economy closed down mines, factories and industrial

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New Mexico History

Roots of Cowboy Culture

There wouldn’t be a cowboy culture without the horse. More than 500 years ago the first voyage of horses from Spain arrived in America. The

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New Mexico History

New Mexico’s Popular Saints

Today, November 3rd, is the Catholic feast day of San Martín de Porres. The Black saint is the patron of hairdressers, public health workers, persons

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