By Thomas E. Chávez
Initially released in 1992 and to be had now in basic terms from UNM Press, An Illustrated historical past of recent Mexico combines greater than 2 hundred photos and a concise heritage to create an attractive, 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 turn into a sophisticated society of many nationalities and ethnicities, all inspired through those that got here sooner than, and all a part of a particular New Mexican tradition that flourishes at the present time.
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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! ï»¿ < previous page 46 destination53 next page > 47 Photo 3 Man feeding chickens in Santa Fe, ca.
Previous page destination40 next page > 33 34 Photo 16 A dam at North Spring River near Roswell, New Mexico, ca. 1900. (MNM 57868) Â < previous page destination40 next page > If you like this book, buy it! ï»¿ < 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.
Photo probably by Wesley Bradfield. (MNM 47757) Â < previous page destination53 next page > If you like this book, buy it! ï»¿ < previous page destination54 next page > Photo 4 47 48 Group of children, possibly in Santa Fe, ca. 1915. Photo by Kenneth Chapman. (MNM 27986) Â < previous page destination54 next page > If you like this book, buy it! ï»¿ < 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!