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Church in El Paso
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Digging acequias in Bosque Farms
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Aqueducts in Zacatecas
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Taos woman on her farm
1: Church in El Paso
2: Digging acequias in Bosque Farms Farm Service Administration
3: Aqueducts in Zacatecas Library of Congress, Detroit Publishing Company
4: Taos woman on her farm Library of Congress, Farm Service Administration
These special maps were created through NMHC programs.
- The New Deal maps were created by the New Deal Foundation under an NEH regrant through the NMHC.
- The El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro map was created by the New Mexico Humanities Council, in part by a grant from the National Park Foundation through the generous support of The Coca-Cola Company and The Coca-Cola Foundation.
Free copies of these paper maps are available from the NMHC.
New Deal Sites in New Mexico : 1933
This map identifies the vast accomplishments of the various New Deal programs and projects that took place in New Mexico between 1933-43. This was considered the Great Depression or Dust Bowl Era in our nation and its accomplishments are too frequently unknown or taken for granted. The map focuses on...
Trade on El Camino Real : 2018
The Camino Real de Tierra Adentro follows the course of the Rio Grande, which was the traditional settlement place for many pre European pueblos from Taos south to the Piro territory. After the first Spanish colonies, and especially after the reconquista of the 1690s, colonial administration in Mexico...