2 edition of New Mexico directory of historians and historical organizations found in the catalog.
New Mexico directory of historians and historical organizations
Stanley M. Hordes
|Statement||Stanley M. Hordes, compiler and editor.|
|Contributions||New Mexico Records Center and Archives.|
|LC Classifications||E175.45 .H67 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 263 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||263|
|LC Control Number||85166343|
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Economy Because irrigation opportunities are few, most of the arable land is given over to grazing. The subjection of Native Americans to forced labor and attempts by missionaries to convert them resulted in violent revolt by the Apache in and the Pueblo in Norton, Some of these books are fun to read, some are well-researched and some are both. Our alumni are taking the lead in creating an association for our graduates that will provide mentoring, camaraderie, and new opportunities for alumni, students, and faculty alike. The surrender of Apache chief Geronimo in ended conflict in New Mexico and Arizona which had been made a separate territory in
The federal government is the largest employer in the state, accounting for over one quarter of New Mexico's jobs. In the 18th cent. Native Americans were surrounded by people who were different from themselves. Battles are described in detail—but not too much detail, because such descriptions can get tedious. Austin collaborated with Ansel Adams on Taos Pueblo
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An amazing amount of information is now available on the Internet. Momaday, N. The Spanish did not return until the campaign of Diego de Vargas Zapata reestablished their control in The Center for the Southwest organizes public conferences, film presentations, and lecture series.
By accessing Site, You represent that You are not barred from receiving services under U. The series often features different ares of New Mexico. The Puebloan people, he said, were hardly reflective of what he calls the "ooga-booga syndrome" popularized in Hollywood films.
His collaboration with Miguel Gandert, Stefanos Polyzoides and others, The Plazas of New Mexico analyzes the history of Pueblo, Hispanic and Anglo planning traditions--exemplified by 22 classic communities—while also surveying work over the past 15 years to revitalize existing community spaces and to create new ones.
He was born in Colorado and lived in Taos and Santa Fe and out of state. Many of the Native American pueblos exist today much as they were in the 13th cent.
Most of his fiction is set in the Southwest. He was later the librarian at the New Mexico Military Institute. Silver and turquoise have been used in making jewelry since long before European exploration.
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