By Thomas E. Chávez
Initially released in 1992 and on hand now merely from UNM Press, An Illustrated background of latest Mexico combines greater than 2 hundred pictures and a concise background to create an attractive, panoramic view of latest Mexico’s interesting previous. For millions of years numerous cultures have filtered into New Mexico, and every has tailored to the land. New Mexico has turn into a sophisticated society of many nationalities and ethnicities, all prompted through those that got here earlier than, and all a part of a particular New Mexican tradition that flourishes this present day.
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Previous page Photo Section 5 Photo 1 34 destination41 next page > 35 'Tough Hombres of Wagon Mound,'' ca. 1900. Fabian ChÃ¡vez, the author's grandfather, at the right Nora ChÃ¡vez Collection. (MNM 113653) Â < previous page destination41 next page > If you like this book, buy it! ï»¿ < previous page destination42 next page > Photo 2 35 36 Postcard with note, Bullard Street, Silver City, New Mexico, ca. 1900. (Amador Family Papers, RGHC MS 4) Photo 3 Family group in Mayhill, New Mexico, ca.
Previous page Photo 5 48 destination55 next page > 49 Spanish wedding group in Santa Fe, 1912. Photo by Jesse L. Nusbaum. (MNM 61817) Â < previous page destination55 next page > If you like this book, buy it! ï»¿ < previous page destination56 next page > Photo 6 49 50 Wedding portrait in Santa Fe, 1912. Photo by Jesse L. Nusbaum. (MNM 61804) Â < previous page destination56 next page > If you like this book, buy it! ï»¿ < previous page Photo 7 50 destination57 next page > 51 Cream separator exhibit at the Union County Fair in Clayton, New Mexico, September 1914.
Pacheco's law office in Taos, New Mexico, ca. 1915. (MNM 11495) Â < previous page destination60 next page > If you like this book, buy it! ï»¿ < previous page destination61 next page > Photo 3 55 56 Steam shovels in Hearst Pit, Santa Rita Copper Mine, August 13, 1916. Photo probably by Frederick Feldman. (MNM 65730) Photo 4 Enrique L Romero in Vadito, New Mexico, ca. 1916. Orlando Romero Collection. Â < previous page destination61 next page > If you like this book, buy it! " CaÃ±on de Carrizo near Roy, New Mexico, October 3, 1917.
An Illustrated History of New Mexico by Thomas E. Chávez