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Santa Fe / New Mexico History Blog

Category: Santa Fe History

A Graveside Christmas

Santa Fe will always be the City Different. During Christmas everyone partakes in our unique traditions. Thousands of farolitos dot the landscape. Their electronic counterparts

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Santa Fe History

Snowy Santa Fe

My dear friend, the late Robert H. Martin, captured this photo of the Santa Fe plaza. Hard to believe that cars were able to park

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Santa Fe History

It’s All in the Name

The name of the Lensic, Santa Fe’s performing art center, is all about family. Each letter in the name is for the six children of

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Santa Fe History

Santa Fe’s Military Legacy

Fort Marcy helped to support and protect traders along the Santa Fe Trail during the Mexican-American War. That year Brigadier-General Stephen Kearny travelled along the

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Santa Fe History

Santa Fe’s Patron Saint

Today, October 4th, is the Catholic feast day for St. Francis of Assisi. New Mexico’s capital city became La Villa Real de la Santa Fe

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