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Chimayo NM

What is the Chimayo Pilgrimage?

To the uninitiated, the yearly pilgrimage to the Santuario de Chimayo in northern New Mexico may seem an incredible, if…
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Santa Fe Opera

How to Tailgate at the Santa Fe Opera

Every summer opera-lovers have flocked to the Santa Fe area to enjoy some of the most beautiful scenery, music and events…
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A History of Blues Music

Blues is the name given to the musical form and the music genre that emerged from the African-American communities and the black cultural…
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Santa Fe New Mexico pottery

Native American Artifacts and the Law

What information must an appraiser and clients know about American Indian prehistoric and historic items? Knowledge of the Archaeological Resources…
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okeefe painting

A History of Art and Culture in Santa

Art has always played a profound role in Santa Fe’s cultural character. From the city’s founding in 1609 to the…
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Treasured Lincoln Canes – a Living Spirit of New Mexico’s Tribes

This article originally appeared in 2015 President Lincoln stirs many historically vivid moments: The Gettysburg Address, abolitionism, his murder.  But…
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Folk Art Market Santa Fe New Mexico

Why the International Folk Art Market Matters to So Many People

Santa Fe’s International Folk Art Market comes to Museum Hill every July, and the crowd is more than welcome. The…
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Elk Santa Fe New Mexico

Animals in the Native American Life

Native American people have great respect for animals. Animals are part of their ceremonies and their lives. Often animals are…
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Navajo Chief Blanket

The History of Navajo Chief Blankets

Blanket Photos & Article by DR. LEONA ZASTROW Since the 1800’s Navajo women wove Chief blankets. Often, they were used…
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