May 022012
 
Pueblo Peoples on the Pajarito Plateau: Archaeology and Efficiency

Share It!Friends of Coronado State Monument Lecture Series Pueblo Peoples on the Pajarito Plateau: Archaeology and Efficiency Who:  Dr. David E. Stuart is a professor of anthropology at the University of New Mexico and award-winning author and lecturer. His publications include: "Prehistoric New Mexico" (1981), "The Magic of Bandelier National Monument" (1989), "Anasazi America" (2000), and "The Ancient Southwest" (2008). Synopsys:  Dr. Stuart's talk, "Pueblo Peoples on the Pajarito Plateau: Archaeology and Efficiency," will be about the people who lived in Chaco Canyon. The society that existed in Chaco Canyon was [Read More]

Feb 162012
 
Explore New Mexico at Coronado State Monument

Share It!Coronado State Monument Explore New Mexico at Coronado State Monument (Bernalillo, NM February 15, 2012)—Step back in time, connect with New Mexico history, culture, and the environment with these three family-friendly programs at Coronado State Monument; the first two on Sunday, March 25, 2011 from 1 to 4 p.m. Don Bullis, New Mexico’s Centennial Project Author will speak and sign his books. Bring your questions as Bullis has won multiple awards for his books on New Mexico history including the two-volume New Mexico: A Bibliographic Dictionary. His exceptional insight [Read More]

Feb 022012
 
Coronado State Monument

Share It! (Santa Fe, February 1, 2012)–Manuel Lopez, a noted historical interpreter, will discuss the hunting methods and stories of the Ciboleros, the Spanish buffalo hunters of the 1700-1800s who hunted on the open plains of the American Southwest for meat and hides. The event takes place on Sunday, February 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Manuel Lopez has a B.A. from the University of New Mexico, and has been a member and board member of the Association of Living History Farms and Agricultural Museums (ALHFAM).  A seasoned presenter, he [Read More]

Jan 172012
 
Top Five Most Romantic Things to Do In New Mexico

Share It!Top Five Most Romantic Things to Do In New Mexico New Mexico is not only enchanting; it is enchantingly romantic for couples.  The list of romantic to-do’s is endless, from cozy log cabins for two to world-renown spas, or just taking a nature hike or standing atop one of its many amazing vistas alone together in the vast spacious beauty, and there is nowhere better for gazing at the stars. We have narrowed the list though to the top five most romantic things to do. Start with these, then [Read More]

Jan 112012
 
New Mexico State Monuments 2012 EVENTS CALENDAR

Share It! This year of the New Mexico state centennial, the state's most valued cultural treasures, its monuments, provide ample opportunity and enticement to travel the state, see historic sites, and experience true New Mexico culture. Enjoy! Please call to confirm dates or visit www.nmmonuments.org Bosque Redondo Memorial, Fort Sumner, NM JOURNEY STORIES Saturday, January 7-Friday, February 17 This powerful Smithsonian exhibition shows how the United States was forever changed by the expansion of mobility and transportation. Exhibition illustrates the diversity of America’s story by immigration, migration, innovation, and freedom.  [Read More]

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