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New Mexico History

New Mexico Piñon

While growing up in Santa Fe my parents, aunts and uncles waited in anticipation for the new crop of piñon. Every seven years a new bumper

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New Mexico History

Nina Otero-Warren Public Celebration

Tomorrow, September 18th from 10:00 until 5:00, the New Mexico History Museum will celebrate the legacy of Nina Otero-Warren. New Mexico’s very own Hispanic suffragette,

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New Mexico History

Tis the Chile Season

The word chile derives from the Nahuatl word chilli or xilli. For thousands of years the medicinal properties of the chile helped the Native Indians

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New Mexico History

Taos Pueblo’s Sacred Blue Lake

Taos is the furthest north of the pueblos along the Rio Grande. The settlement began around 1200-1250 A.D. During Francisco Vazquez de Coronado’s expedition in

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New Mexico History

A Centenarian With Heart

Today is the 102nd birthday of my dear friend J. Paul Taylor. My pal and distant cousin arrived on August 24, 1920 in the community

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