March 2020 NM History & Culture Opportunities



Encourage your participation in the following history & cultural events:

ALBUQUERQUE HISTORICAL SOCIETY – 2 pm MARCH 15, 2020. Special Collections Branch staff person Teri Reynoso speaks about the 95 year architectural history of “Old Main”  library at Edith & Central NE. Albuquerque Museum, free parking south of the Museum, free admission to the program & Museum.

​SATURDAY 10 am DOWNTOWN WALKING TOURS. FREE SATURDAY GUIDED WALKING TOURS OF DOWNTOWN CENTRAL AVE. MEET YOUR GUIDE AT SW CORNER OF 1ST & CENTRAL IN FRONT OF THEATER.  You must PAY City meters. Sponsored by the ABQ Historical Society & Historic ABQ. You may also arrange a tour on a different day BY CALLING 289-0586 & LEAVING A MESSAGE.



All Sunday mornings from 9am-1pm, free admission to the ABQ Museum.

Wheels Museum now open Monday – Thursday from 9 am-12 noon or by appointment by calling 243-6269. 1100 2nd SW.

CHECK WEBSITE for chronological calendar listing of Albuquerque activities in arts & culture.


Woman’s Right to Vote, 100th anniversary of ratification of 19th Amendment in 1920. Women got the right to vote one hundred years ago in 1920. There will be many programs this year commemorating the 100th anniversary of Women getting the right to vote! NM approved the 19th amendment on Feb. 21, 1920.

All Month different performances by various International Acts / Revolutions Theatre Festival, for more info.

Registration will be open soon for the April 16-18 Historical Society of New Mexico annual conference in Silver City, NM. There have been issues with the website but keep trying


MARCH 3, 10:30-2:30 pm, free. ABQ Genealogical Society (AGS) Military Research Group, Main Library 2nd floor. More info fro

MARCH 3 -17  Rightfully Hers, PopUp Art exhibit about the Centennial of Women Getting the Vote, Special Collections Library.

MARCH TUESDAYS 3, 10, 17, 24, 31. Salsa classes for beginners, 6-7 pm and intermediates, 7-8 pm. More info from, 246-2261 X 34744. Pay what you can. National Hispanic Cultural Center.

MARCH TUESDAYS 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, 2-3 pm, admission. “Imagine Storytime”, target audience is ages 3-6 but open to all ages for the young at heart. Storyteller Laurie Magovern. ABQ Museum.

MARCH 4, 10-11:30 amfree admission and free movie. Jim Henson in Performance. This movie includes rare clips of Henson and his puppet creations. Museum Director Andrew Connors will introduce the film. ABQ Museum.

MARCH 4, 6-7 pm, freeEastern NM University saxophone Quartet. Lomas Tramway Library

MARCH 4, 12 noon, free. Kaemper Music Series – Duke City Hora Klezmer Band playing the dynamic East European music traditionally played at Jewish WeddingsFirst Methodist Church, 315 Coal SW, free parking, Call 239-4421 if you want a $5 box lunch.

MARCH 4, 12 noon -1 pm, free. Looking back: Reflecting on the NM History Museum Collections and the  Challenges of maintaining thousands of objects in the Museum’s collection – presented by Dr. Alicia Romero. Sponsored by the Friends of History Lecture Series. New Mexico History Museum in Santa Fe.

MARCH 5, 6-8 pm, free but $5 donation appreciated to cover art supplies. Happy Arte Hour (beer/wine for sale) Micaela Seidel gives a collage workshop. National Hispanic Cultural Center, 1701 4th

MARCH 5, 6 pm, free. Immigration lawyer and law professor from the U of Denver Cesar Cuauhtemoc Garcia Hernadez speaks on the History of Immigration Prisons.National Hispanic Cultural Center Library.

MARCH 6, 5-8 pm, free. First Friday Art Crawl at various art galleries around ABQ.

MARCH 6, 5-8 pm, free.Journey through the land of Enchantment: 64 paintings of New Mexico by Phil Hulebak. Sumner & Dene Gallery, 517 Central NW.

MARCH 6, 1st Friday free admission to the Balloon Museum..

MARCH 6, 5-8 pm, free. First Friday Downtown ABQ Artwalk. Numerous restaurants and art gallery open houses including businesses along Central and south 4th street. Print map at

MARCH 6, 5:30-9 pm, First Friday Admission special price $5. NM Museum of Natural History & Science, 1801 Mountain Rd. NW.

MARCH 6 , 5-7 pm, free. Opening Reception for Art along the Rio Grande: Experience nature through the Artists Lens. Gutierrez Hubbell House.6029 Isleta Blvd.

MARCH 7, 2-3:30 pm, free. Women’s History Month: Several short PBS episodes about NM Women including Helen Hardin, Jessica Helen Lopez,  Nora Naranjo Morse. Special Collections Library.

MARCH 7, 10:30-12 noon, free but $5 donation encouraged.. Vamos al Museo children’s art program based on Peru art exhibit. Contact Elena Baca. National Hispanic Cultural Center,

MARCH 7 , 10 am-12 noon, free. Family Program related to Art along the Rio Grande: Experience nature through the Artists Lens. Gutierrez Hubbell House.6029 Isleta Blvd.

MARCH 7, 3:30-5 pm, free. American Muslims and their Faith: A Cultural Presentation, the day-to-day life of an American Muslim presented by Amina Malik. Cherry Hills Library, 6901 Barstow NE.

MARCH 7, 11 am-12:30 pm, free Medicinal Plants for ABQ Gardens. with Dara Saville. South Broadway Library, 1025 Broadway SE.

MARCH 7, 9:30-12 noon, free.but you must RSVP to 897-8831. Improving High Desert soil.  Open Space Visitor Center, 6500 Coors

MARCH 7, 1-5 pm free. Wonder Women of the Rio Abajo, Women’s Art Show. Refreshments and beverages for sale. Los Lunas Museum of Heritage and Art.

MARCH 7, 10:30 am, free. Robert Torrez, former State historian speaks on Price of a Human ? The Valuation of Indian Captives in New Mexico. Sponsored by the Hispanic Genealogical Resource Center (HGRC). National Hispanic Cultural Center.

MARCH 7, 2 pm, freeTaos County Historical Society Wayne Rutherford speaks on the History of the Tio Vivo Carousel. Kit Carson Coop, 118 Cruz Alto Rd.

MARCH 7, 5:30 pm, $25 for dinner. Sierra County Historical Society presents Dr. Matt Schmader speaking on Vasquez de Coronado and the South Tiwas 1540-42. Truth or Consequences Civic Center, 575-894-6600.

MARCH 7, 4-7 pm, free. Wilderness camp cook Alizah Simon shows how to prepare a plant based meal over a campfire. Bachechi Open Space, Alameda & Rio Grande NW.

MARCH 8, 2 pm, freeSandoval County Historical Society presents Martha Liebert speaking on the History of Bernalillo, Between a River and a Hard Place.. DeLavy House off 550 in Bernalillo.

MARCH 8, 10 am-12 noon, admission, A View into the Collections, must RSVP only taking 15 reservations at 724-3546. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, .

MARCH 8, 3-5 pm, $15 member, $20 non-member, free for HS & college students under 30 with ID. Women Fashion Designers & the birth of modern Dress presented by Cassidy Zachary, fashion historian and UNM Ph.D. Candidate.  UNM School of Architecture George Pearl Hall. Sponsored by the ABQ International Association,

MARCH 8, 15, 22, 29, 12 noon-5 pm, free. Sunday family fun at Bachechi open space, 9521 Rio Grande NW at Alameda. Theme for March is Read the Skies with Weather. Sponsored by the Bernalillo County Parks and Recreation Dept.

MARCH 9, 11:30 am, open to the public $5 for non members, buy your own meal. State Rep. Christine Trujillo and State Senator Sander Rue speak on the 2020 NM Legislative session.. Albuquerque Press Women and Friends, Mimi’s Cafe on 4316 The 25 Way.

MARCH 9, 5:30 pm, free. Death Self, A Collection of Paintings and Poems. Th celebrates the enduring life, work and love between VB Price and Rini Price. VB Price will read poems and project images created by his late wife, artist Rini Price. George Pearl Hall, UNM School of Architecture.

MARCH 10, 2-4 pm or 6-8 pm, free. Pueblo Book club dealing with topics of concern to Native Americans “Roots of Resistance: A History of Land Tenure in NM” by Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center.

MARCH 10, 6:30 pm, $5 donation for non members. Matthew Barbour, regional manager of Coronado and Jemez Historic sites speaks on “Pueblo Identity and the People of Kuaua Pueblo”: Sponsored by the Friends of Tijeras Pueblo. Meets at the Sandia Ranger Station in Tijeras, just off I-40.

MARCH 10, 7 pm, freeChautauqua by Dr. Evangeline Roybal Sena as Maria Josefa Jaramillo Carson, 3rd wife of Kit Carson and great great granddaughter of early settlers to northern NM. Fuller Lodge. Los Alamos Historical society.

MARCH 10, 10 am, free. Ground breaking for the Tiny Home Village, 105 Texas SE. Free shuttle from the old Caravan East , parking lot, 7605 Central NE. Contact Bernadette Mierra 468-7000.

MARCH 10, 7 PM,  free but tips appreciated. Jim Jones presents Western music at the Best Western Hotel, Rio Grande & I-40 NW.

MARCH 11, 10:30 am, free. AGS monthly meeting with Karen Jones speaking on How the Early British Colonists Shaped American. Main Library.

MARCH 13, 5-7 pm, free. Reception for the art exhibit, Verde: The Color of Life. Placitas Community Library.

MARCH 14,1-4 pm free. Spanish History of the Blacksmith. Casa San Ysidro, Corrales NM, contact Aaron Gardner at 898-3915.

MARCH 14, 9:30 am-1:30 pm tour of churches in San Antonio, Isleta and Peralta, includes lunch and van transportation. 352-7720. Sponsored by the Los Lunas Museum of Heritage and Arts

MARCH 14, 2 pmfree. The Nicotine Patch presented by its inventor and patent holder Frank Etscorn, professor at NM Tech. Sponsored by the Friends of the Los Lunas Library at the Los Lunas Transportation Center next to the Railrunner stop..

MARCH 14, 10:30-12, free. Sylvia Ramos Cruz, MD speaks on Suffrage Suffragists in NM, They won the Vote. Special Collections Library. 423 Central NE.

MARCH 14, 11 am-1 pm, free. State senator Jerry Ortiz y Pino gives a post session legislative town hall. Explora Museum.

MARCH 14/15 (repeats every Saturday and Sunday), 12 noon – 5 pm, free. Mundos de Mestizaje,  tours of the colossal fresco mural about the Hispanic world in the Torreon at the National Hispanic Cultural Center. 1701 4th SW.

MARCH 15, 2 pm, free. The Architectural History of “Old Main”, ABQ’s first library. presented by Teri Reynoso from the Special Collections Library. Sponsored by the Albuquerque Historical Society. free parking & free admission to the ABQ Museum.

MARCH 15, 1-3 pm, suggested donation $10. Dr. Noel Pugach describes the Experiment in Jewish Living, a lecture series in ABQ during the 1960s-1980s that brought many nationally known speakers. B’nai Israel, 4401 Indian School NE.

MARCH 15, 2 pm, free. Dr. Nancy Owen Lewis speaks on Chasing the Cure in NM (Tuberculosis in NM, 1880-1940) Bernalillo Municipal Building, 829 Camino del Pueblo, 867-5351, Sponsored by Friends of Coronado Historic Site and speaker provided by the Historical Society of NM.

MARCH 15, 2pm, free. Dixie Boyle and Donna Deiner por tray Old West Saloon Girls, madams and Bordellos. Belen Harvey House, 104 N. 1st St. Belen. Come early for a good seat, 861-0581.


MARCH 17, Ifrah Mansour speaks on her refuge experience from Somalia, reads poetry, South Valley Library, 3904 Isleta Blvd. Sw.

MARCH 18, 12 noon, free. “Wierd History, why women first won the vote in the West” presented by Virginia Scharff, emeritus history professor at UNM. Zimmerman Library Willard Reading Room.

MARCH 18, 12 noon, free. opening of exhibit celebrating the Centennial of the 19th Amendment-We Knew exactly what we wanted and We got it. Zimmerman Library.

MARCH 18, 12 noon, free and bring your lunch. Semana Santa from Desert to Sea: Holy Week Traditions in Spain, New Mexico and the Phillipines. speaker is Nicolasa Chavez, curator of Latino/Hispano Collections at the Museum of International Folk Art. Part of the Tertulia Series sponsored by the NM State Historian’s Office, 1205 Camino Carlos Rey near Cerillos Rd., free parking.

MARCH 18, 5:30-7 pm, free. Counter Narrative “Captured Culture” – the consumption of traditional dance & dress in film and photography and how Pueblo communities have dealt with recording technologies entering their homes. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center.

MARCH 18, 12 noon, free – bring your own lunch. Lunch & Learn Bern Co commissioner Jim Collie. McKinley Community Center, 3401 Monroe NE, just east of McKinley Middle School.

MARCH 18, 10:30 am, free. ABQ Genealogical Society writers group. Main Library. Free two hour parking in the city garage across the street.

MARCH 19, 5-8 pm,, free. Third Thursday at the Museum. Dreams Unreal, : the Genesis of the Psychedelic Rock Poster. Evening includes music, dancing and multimedia experience. Albuquerque Museum.

MARCH 19, 5:30 pm, free. Traitor or Scapegoat: Manuel Armijo and the American Conquest presented by Matt Saionz. Zimmerman Library Waters Room.

MARCH 20, 9:30 am-12 noon, free. Colcha Embroidery Stitch Along. National Hispanic Cultural Center.

MARCH 203-5 pm, $15 member, $20 non-member, free for HS & college students under age 30 with ID. Solito, Solita: Crossing Borders and Youth Refuges from California presented by Jonathan Freedman, Pulitzer Prize winning Journalist.  ABQ Journal Auditorium, 7777 Jefferson NE.

MARCH 21, free. Ballooning for All Balloon Rally – for people of all abilities and special needs. In conjunction with World Down Syndrome Day. Be part of a balloon crew, 7-9 am; wheelchair accessible  gondolas and tethered rides (weather permitting). 8-11 am, food trucks and resource info tables. Balloon Museum, contact 768-6020 for info.

MARCH 21, 1-4 pm, free. Jim Henson’s 1986 film masterpiece Labyrinth. Part of the Jim Henson exhibit, ABQ Museum.

MARCH 21, 1-4 pm free. Civil War History in the Lower Rio Grande Valley presented by Russel Skowronek. Casa San Ysdrio, Corrales NM, contact Aaron Gardner at 898-3915.

MARCH 21, 2-4 pm, free. La Canoa presents Rosebud: Population 7. Poet Erlinda Gonzales Berry reads and discusses her coming-of-age collection of stories as the product of remembering, of giving shape and form to the rich cultural heritage bequeathed to her by her antepasados and beloved homeland.. National Hispanic Cultural Center, 1701 4th St.

MARCH 21/22admission. Pueblo Film Festival Our Words Our Wisdom. More info at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. 

MARCH 21, 2-4 pm, free. Comida Sabrosa, NM food presented by Irene Sanchez. Los Lunas Museum of History & Art.

MARCH 21, 1st Day of Spring.

MARCH 21, 10 am-1 pm, free. Benefit book sale (books related to genealogical research) proceeds benefit the Genealogy Center, Main Library. Free 2 hour parking in the City parking garage across the street.

MARCH 21, 10:30 am – 1:30 pm, free. AGS Research Day at Main Library. Get help doing genealogical research, 768-5141.

MARCH 22, 1 pm, $10 donation suggested. Greetings from the Jewish Catskills presented by Justin Ferate. Jewish Community Center, 5520 Wyoming NE. (Come early for a good seat; this program has reached capacity in the past).

MARCH 22, 1-2:30 pm, free. Lecture by Cassandra Reid related to Art along the Rio Grande: Experience nature through the Artists Lens. Gutierrez Hubbell House.6029 Isleta Blvd.

MARCH 22, 2 pm, free. Author & historian Rosa Latimer presents “Kiss-Ass Women You Need to Know About”,  Belen Harvey House.

MARCH 22,  2 pm, free. Stories to Bridge Cultures presented by story teller Mary Ellen Gonzales. Gonzales traces her NM ancestry to 1630 and will share “cultural bits of Wisdom”.  Corrales Historical Society. 

MARCH 24, 12 noon-1 pm, free. Kardemimmit – four women playing Finnish music on the kantele, an instrument with 15 or 18 strings. South Broadway Library, 1025 Broadway SE..

MARCH 26, 6:30-8:30 pm, $5-$8. Voices in Science – Microplastics: You are what you Eat. Dr. Matthew Campen, regents professor from the UNM School of Pharmacy discusses the origins and distribution of plastics in our world and concerns to human health. Natural History Museum.Contact

MARCH 27, 5:30 presentation, 6:30 dinner, free. Dr. Moises Gonzales and Dr. Enrique La Madrid speak on the History and Cultural evolution and survival of the Genizara People. Sponsored by the Friends of the El Camino Real Historic Trail. Program at the Socorro County Annex, 198 Neel Ave.

MARCH 28, 2-4 pm, free. Death Rituals of the Rio Grande Valley presented by historian and writer Anna Pacheco. Los Lunas Museum.of Heritage and Arts.

MARCH 28, 1:30-3:30 pm free with admission. Heritage Spinning and Weaving class. Casa San Ysidro, Corrales NM, contact Aaron Gardner at 898-3915.

MARCH 28, 3-4 pm, freeGuitar NM with Corey Johnson. Main Library, free parking for two hours across the street at the City parking garage.

MARCH 28, free27th annual Cesar Chavez Day includes music, dancing, food. National Hispanic Cultural Center.

MARCH 28, 1-4 PM, free95th anniversary celebration of the Special Collections Library. 1-2 pm, demonstration of the printing press; 2-3 pm, Teri Reynosa speaks on the building’s history and takes you on a “virtual tour”; 3-4 pm, demonstration of the printing press.

MARCH 28, 3-5 pm, free. Opening reception in the Art Museum for New Selections from the Permanent Collection. Family friendly with music and refreshments. National Hispanic Cultural Center.

MARCH 28, 6-10 pm, free. Star Party, astronomy look at the stars. Bachechi Open Space.

MARCH 30-APRIL 3 Spring Break for Albuquerque Public Schools.


The Wheels Museum is located in the Barelas steam locomotive repair shops at 1100 2nd St. SW. It  is open for small group tours but you must call Leba Freed at 243-6269 to schedule a tour.  The Museum showcases the history of area transportation including rail, Route 66, and Camino Real. It has photos and archives of men who worked in the Barelas facility.

Articles about New Mexico people, places & events. READ OVER 100 ISSUES OF LA CRONICA, the publication of the Historical Society of New Mexico.

OASIS PROGRAMS, Call 884-4529 to register and for more information. Must be age 55 and up. Location at American Square Shopping Center, 3301 Menaul Blvd. NE, Suite 18 (near Menaul & Carlisle) Fees vary.

OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING, $20 Annual Registration Fee. Each class has a fee. More classes in the catalog. Call 277-0077 to register or on line at


NEW MEXICO DIGITAL NEWSPAPERS Over 200,000 pages of historical state newspapers have been digitized and may be viewed.

WEBSITE SPOTLIGHT website about NM history & culture.

Unser Racing Museum

NM Veterans Memorial (Albuquerque)
1100 Lousiana NE, 256-2042. The Memorial is dedicated to the men and women who gave their youth, hopes and dreams in the name of freedom. The website includes a section on nine periods of military history and how it affected those living in NM. Go to the events section and click on History of NM Vets.


NM Genealogical Society, Main Library,


NM Natural History MuseumOpening of Reclaimed Creations, re-purposed plastic Jewelry. Artist is Sayaka Ganz who uses discarded household items to create sculptures.

Holocaust & Intolerance Museum616 Central SW.

UNM Zimmerman Library Center for Southwest Research Contact CSWR –

Albuquerque Museum of Art & History – JIM HENSEN, IMAGINATION UNLIMITED, Let the Sun Shine In: Street Photos of ABQ from 1968-1972. By Walter McDonald. ABQ Museum Keleher Gallery. Dreams Unreal: The Genesis of the Psychedelic Rock Poster.  the relationship between rock music and the rock counterculture.. 

Maxwell Museum of Anthropology at UNM. Current exhibits are — Heartbreak: Love Letter to the Lost national Museum of Brazil; A Vernacular Response, Photography of the Navajo Nation; Drowned River: The Death and Rebirth of Glen Canyon on the Colorado River; People of the Southwest, Ancestors.
277-4405, 277-1400.

Belen Harvey House104 North 1st St. 861-0581. open Tuesday – Saturday 12:30-3:30 pm, Closed Sunday & Monday.

The Struggle for Human Dignity, Social Justice and Civil Rights in NM, ten panels from the African-American Museum & Cultural  Center. Displayed at the Holocaust Museum, 616 Central SW.

Gutierrez Hubbell House6029 Isleta SW. 244-0507,

Los Lunas Museum of Heritage & Arts. The Weirdest and Most Creative mailboxes in New Mexico Los Lunas Museum of Heritage and Arts, 251 Main Street at the water tower. 352-7720.Call 352-7720 for more information.

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center2401 12th St. NW – Zia Sun – different ways the symbol has been used on merchandise and its impact on Zia Pueblo, 40th anniversary exhibit “We are of this Place: the Pueblo Story”.

National Hispanic Cultural Center4th & Bridge NW. 1701 4th SW, 246-2261,

National Museum of Nuclear Science & History 601 Eubank SE, 245-2137, Consider yearly memberships: Family $75; adult $40; Senior $35, Youth under 13, $25 ).

 NM Humanities Council Office4115 Silver SE.

Santa Fe Museum of Indian Arts Turquoise Water Sky: the stone and its 476-1250

New Mexico History Museum – The Land that Enchants Me, picturing sheet music covers 1840-1960 with NM themes.  The Great War, The Fred Harvey Company and Its Legacy, 47 Stars; Santa Fe Found: Fragments of Time; Telling NM Stories,Then & Now. T NM History Museum in Santa Fe.

UNM CONTINUING EDUCATION & OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTE Maralie BeLonge, 277-6179, program supervisor for Osher. For course info go to or call 277-0077. UNM CE & Osher provide travel, lectures and classes. Osher requires a $20 membership fee. Go to for course descriptions.

New Mexico Historic Preservation Division, NM Cultural Affairs Dept.

Placitas Public Library, 453 Hy 165, 5 miles east of the I-25 exit., 867-3355.



SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARY LOCAL HISTORY & ARCHIVES 423 Central SE, 848-1377. Come see the beautifully renovated library and browse through many one of a kind books about Albuquerque. Open Tuesday – Sat. 9am-6pm.

MENAUL HISTORICAL LIBRARY OF THE SOUTHWEST301 Menaul NE on campus of Menaul School. View artifacts of 100 year old Menaul School and archives of Presbyterian Church history of NM & Southwest. Contact 343-7480 or

NATIONAL HISPANIC CULTURAL CENTER highlights of dance, film, workshops, music, theatre and exhibits. www.nhccnm.org1701 4TH ST. SW, 246-2261.




Celebrating New Mexico Statehood site,
Celebrating New Mexico Statehood provides access to materials about New Mexico’s history and culture. Designed to facilitate research about New Mexico’s past, cultural heritage materials from 12 New Mexico institutions are available here for study and research. Materials include photographs, documents, maps, posters, art, music and video. Managed by the University of New Mexico, University Libraries and funded by UNM’s Center for Regional Studies, this project is intended to help all New Mexicans learn about and appreciate our past. Enjoy!

The 12 institutions participating in the Celebrating New Mexico site are:

  • The Albuquerque Museum
  • Farmington Museum
  • Hubbard Museum of the American West
  • Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
  • National Hispanic Cultural Center
  • New Mexico History Museum, Chavez History Library
  • New Mexico History Museum, Photo Archives
  • New Mexico State University Library
  • Roswell Museum and Art Center
  • Silver City Museum
  • University of New Mexico, Art Museum
  • University of New Mexico, Center for Southwest Research

1910 New Mexico Constitution
This is from the State Historian’s office and it deals specifically with the 1910 New Mexico Constitution. It has photos & bios of all the delegates to the 1910 constitutional convention along with the text of the 1910 constitution, the 2012 amended NM constitution and an essay by the Legislative Council Services describing all the changes to the Constitution over the last 100 years. There is also info on president Taft and much more.

The ABQ Public Library has a huge web site devoted to the Centennial and NM History. There are links to all sorts of material.


Visit the web sites of  the Albuquerque Historical Society,, to see the free Centennial Teachers Resource Guide. The Guide has four sections on New Mexico History and 4th & 7th grade lesson plans. The sections are:

  • New Mexico’s Long Road to Statehood
  • New Mexico’s County Courthouses
  • The Boundaries of New Mexico
  • New Mexico’s Governors since 1912

Compiled as a volunteer effort by Janet Saiers.-