By Thomas E. Chávez
Initially released in 1992 and on hand now purely from UNM Press, An Illustrated historical past of latest Mexico combines greater than 2 hundred pictures and a concise background to create a fascinating, panoramic view of latest Mexico’s interesting earlier. For hundreds of thousands of years a variety of cultures have filtered into New Mexico, and every has tailored to the land. New Mexico has develop into a sophisticated society of many nationalities and ethnicities, all prompted via those that got here prior to, and all a part of a particular New Mexican tradition that flourishes at the present time.
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Previous page 44 destination51 next page > 45 Photo 12 The ''Mountain Pride" stagecoach at G. T. Miller Drug Store in Hillsboro, New Mexico, ca. 1905-1908. Photo by George T. Miller. (MNM 76905) Â < previous page destination51 next page > If you like this book, buy it! ï»¿ < previous page destination52 next page > Photo Section 6 Photo 1 45 46 Winter view of Mogollon, 1914. A calendar photograph. (RGHCA76-40) Photo 2 Building a concrete silo on C. H. Smith Farm, Mesilla Valley, 1917. (RGHC RG78-82/5) Â < previous page destination52 next page > If you like this book, buy it!
Previous page Photo 9 40 destination48 next page > 41 M. R. MartÃ−nez and family, ChimayÃ³, New Mexico, ca. 1905. (MNM 21035) Â < previous page destination48 next page > If you like this book, buy it! ï»¿ < previous page destination49 next page > Photo 10 41 42 "Uncle" Tom Barkley, probably at Mayhill, New Mexico, ca. 1905. Barkley's legs froze in a blizzard while he was herding sheep in the Sacramento Mountains. After an amputation he refused to wear artificial legs and walked on his knees.
An Illustrated History of New Mexico by Thomas E. Chávez