HISTORY: Here you will find general history of Santa Fe and the surrounding area, including Lamy, Galiesto, Cerrillos, Madrid, Tesuque, Pojoaque, Nambe, Chimayo, Espanola, White Rock, Los Alamos, Abiquiu, Pecos, Glorieta, Las Vegas, and many more places of interest. Many lively tales abound about the people and places of Northern New Mexico, and an expanded look at this great land’s history will also be presented. Read about mining towns and ghost towns, mountain men, scouts and explorers, good ole cowboys and Indians, and the literary folks from the east who made Santa Fe their home.

History of the Santa Fe, New Mexico Area

Coming soon is the history of Santa Fe, New Mexico and the surrounding area.

This vintage postcard features the old covered-wagon days in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico. In the distance you can see the St. Francis Cathedral and the original La Fonda Hotel.Pictured right, the covered-wagon days of Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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