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PART II.

(To access the essay simply click on the highlighted title of the essay.)  

  1. Thomas, Benjamin, by Denise Holladay Damico. Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives

  2. Genizaros, by Malcolm Ebright. Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.

  3. Romero, Rosario: By Any Other Name – A Story of Slavery and Her Legacy, by Estevan Rael-Galvez. Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.

  4. Santa Fe Indian School (Author: sources used). Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.

  5. Navajo Reservation Trading Posts, by Lauren Gray. Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.

  6. Matachines Dance: From the Introduction of the Matachines Dance, by Sylvia Rodriguez. Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.

  7. Hogan,  Permission to use the article was secured from Elisa Parhad in - New Mexico, A Guide for the Eyes, EyeMuse Books, Los Angeles, CA.

  8. Ohkay Owingeh, by William H. Wroth. Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives.

  9. Repatriation from New Mexico to Northern Chihuahua: Repatriation from New Mexico to Northern Chihuahua, by Samuel Sisneros. Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives. 

  10. 1861 – Civil War Comes to New Mexico, by William H. Wroth. Article courtesy of the Office of the State Historian, New Mexico Records and Archives. 

 
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      28)   Here Corn Sustains.
 
      29)   Telling Stories.
 

 

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