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PART I.
(To access the essay simply click on the highlighted title of the essay.)
 
1)     1000-9000 B.C. – Clovis People, (Author: sources used).  Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico State Records Center and Archives.
 
2)     Chaco Canyon: Ancient Chaco’s New History, by Steven H. Lekson. Permission to use the article is from - Archaeology Southwest, Winter 2000, v. 14, No.1, Center for Desert Archaeology. 
 
3)     Ancestral Puebloan Culture-1 A.D, (Author: sources used). Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.
 
4)     Cabeza de Vaca Reaches Mexico, 1536, (Author: sources used). Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.
 
5)     The 16th Century Colonization of New Mexico, by Robert J. Torrez. Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.
 
6)     Founding of Santa Fe – 1609-1610, (Author: sources used). Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.
 
7)     Pueblo Revolt, 1680, (Author: sources used). Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives. 
 
8)    Pope’, by Matthew Martinez, Ohkay Owingeh. Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.
 
9)     Pueblo Runners and the Pueblo Revolt-1680, by Kim SuinaArticle courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.
 
10)    Onate, Juan de, (Author: sources used). Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives. 
 
11)    Reconquest of New Mexico-1692, by Robert J. TorrezArticle courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.
 
12)    de Vargas, Diego, Diego de Vargas (1644-1704), by Richard Flint and Shirley Cushing Flint. Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.
 
13)    Diaspora from Northern New Mexico: The Diaspora from Northern New Mexico, by Samuel Sisneros. Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.
 
14)    18th Century New Mexico: New Mexico in the 18th Century, by Robert Torrez. Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.
 
15)    Navajo Nation: From Prehistory to the Twentieth Century, (Author: sources used). Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.
 
 William H. WrothArticle courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.
 
17)  Jicarilla Apache, by William H. Wroth. Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.

 

 

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