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Santa Fe Revisited is an in-depth, unique tour of this nation’s oldest capital city. The narrative begins with the history of the descendants of the Ancestral Puebloans (Anasazi), who migrated to the region around 1100 AD. The chronological tour unfolds as the first European (Spanish) settlement in the Southwest is established in 1610. The conflict that arises from the melding of these two cultures results in the Pueblo Revolt of 1680, forever changing the history of New Mexico. More conflicts arise when the Mexican and American governments take control in 1821 and 1846, respectively, and with the American Civil War in 1862. Fast forward to the 20th century and Santa Fe becomes world renowned as a major cultural center, a mecca of spiritual transformation and home to the atomic age.
The 2.15-hour walking tour recaps four hundred years of history narrated by Ana Pacheco. Pacheco is the former City Historian of Santa Fe and the author of eight books on New Mexico history. Her family settled in Santa Fe in 1692.
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Ana Pacheco is the former Santa Fe City Historian and the author of eight books on New Mexico history. Pacheco’s family settled in Santa Fe in 1692.
Tour by Ana Pacheco
Duration 2.15 hours
Cost – $65.00 Per Person
Time – 10:00 AM
Meeting Point – Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
7 Days a Week