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Santa Fe / New Mexico History Blog

Category: Santa Fe History

Santa Fe History

Education in the Wilderness

Outward Bound began in 1941 during WWII. The organization started with group of young sailors in the North Sea. They were taught basic survival skills

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New Mexico History

Salvation Comes to New Mexico

The Salvation Army has been in New Mexico since the latter part of the 19th century. The group’s spiritual foundation has given them the mandate

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Santa Fe History

Christmas in Santa Fe

Thousands of farolitos magically appear in December throughout Santa Fe. The tradition of the farolito was not passed down through Spanish Colonial New Mexico. But

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Santa Fe History

This Winter Day

Fray Angelico Chavez, who died in 1996, is considered the pre-imminent Hispanic historian of New Mexico. The Catholic priest was also an artist and the

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Santa Fe History

Ancient City Christmas

Santa Fe will always be the City Different and during Christmas everyone partakes in our unique traditions. Thousands of farolitos, small paper bag lanterns, dot

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