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New Mexico History

Roots of a Santa Fe Writer

New Mexico’s best known author, Tony Hillerman, was born on May 27, 1925 in Sacred Heart, Oklahoma. From the age of five, until he became

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New Mexico History

Words of Winter

A little bird this winter day Was sitting on a snowy branch, And all the tree looked right away Like one big blossom avalanche. This

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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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New Mexico History

20th Century Trailblazer

Concha Ortiz y Pino was the most influential New Mexican of the 20th Century. Her long life provided nine decades of history. Concha took part

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Santa Fe History

Carl Tsosie: WWII Hero

Santa Fe’s Carl Tsosie served in the army during World War II, where he participated in the invasion at Normandy. As a staff sergeant he

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