THE ALBUQUERQUE HISTORICAL SOCIETY
& THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF NM
Encourage your participation in the following history & cultural events:
THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF NEW MEXICO ANNUAL CONFERENCE, MARCH 30-APRIL 1 IN SILVER CITY, NM. INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION AT HSNM.ORG.
MANY ACTIVITIES FOR ALL AGES AT THE BRANCHES OF THE ABC LIBRARY SYSTEM, Go to abqlibrary.org to review listing by location, days and times! Be sure to look for all kinds of family & children’s activities involving spring.
THE FREE SATURDAY AHS DOWNTOWN WALKING TOURS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
MARCH 19, 2pm, free. Peter Sanchez, CEO for the Atrisco Companies speaks about the History of Mariachi Spectacular, and the life and achievements of its founder Noberta Fesquez. ALBUQUERQUE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Free parking & Free admission to the ABQ Museum in Old Town. albuqhistsoc.org.
DOZENS OF ACTIVITIES & PODCASTS DESCRIBED ON THE WEBSITE OF THE NEW MEXICO HUMANITIES COUNCIL, NMhumanities.org.
CONSIDER THE GIFT OF ANNUAL MUSEUM MEMBERSHIPS FOR FAMILY & FRIENDS-AREA MUSEUMS & BIOPARK SELL YEARLY PASSES RANGING FROM FAMILY TO SENIOR & INDIVIDUAL. MOST MEMBERSHIPS PAY FOR THEMSELVES AFTER YOU VISIT A FEW TIMES!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY NEW MEXICO. New Mexico became the 47th state on January 6, 1912. Visit – NewMexicoHistory.org to view thousands of entries: photos, videos, podcasts, Timelines for the five periods of NM History & More ! The New Mexico State Historian Rob Martinez can be reached at 505-476-7911.
CHECK REGISTRATION FOR NEW MEXICO PRESS WOMEN CONFERENCE MARCH 10/11 AT ISLETA HOTEL. VARIOUS TOPICS INCLUDING: NM Guardianships, Indian Boarding Schools, Voter Intimidation, Missing Indigenous Women. More info at: NewMexicoPressWomen.org.
MARCH 1, 12 noon-1 pm, free by Zoom. Go to FriendsofHistoryNM.org to get info to log in. speaks on. Previous programs are on the You Tube channel and website of the New Mexico History Museum, nmhistoryMuseum.org.
MARCH 1, 9 am-5 pm. Free admission on 1st Wednesday, ABQ Museum. Go to cabq.gov/artsculture/albuqu
MARCH 3, 8am, free. Dancing in the Cave, Enjoy early morning dancing in the Replica Cave of Niaux at Maxwell. Enjoy juice and coffee. The Cave of Niaux (in France)contains prehistoric paintings of animals. Sponsored by Maxwell Museum of Anthropology at UNM. 500 University NE. MaxwellMuseum.unm.edu. 277-4405.
MARCH 3, 10 am-2pm, admission. Celebrating our Pueblo Women for Women’s History Month. Women’s dance groups and artisans. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. indianpueblo.org.
MARCH 3, 5-8 pm, free. ARTScrawl 1st Friday. Various galleries open, meet the artists. artscrawlabq.org.
MARCH 3, 4 pm, $20. The Ancient Astronaut Theory and its Connection to Science Fiction. Presented by the New Mexico DNA project and Iberian Peninsula DNA Institute. Payment must be by postal mail. Contact angelrcervantes@
MARCH 3, 5-9 pm, free. ABQ Art Walk downtown Central Ave. and side streets. Get more info on Face Book and Instagram.
MARCH 3, 5:30 opens, program from 6-7pm, $5 includes one drink ticket. Science on Tap, an informal learning Program about Electromagnetic lasers and high power microwave technology. Museum of Nuclear Science and Energy, 601 Eubank SE. More info by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARCH 4, 9am-12 noon. Historic Fairview Cemetery, 700 Yale SE. invites all to come clean up, hoe tumbleweeds and goat heads. The cemetery is open dawn to dusk and accessible through the gates of Fairview Memorial Park. Wear hard soled shoes & bring your own tools. www.HistoricFairviewCe
MARCH 4, 10am, free. Santa Fe Library southwest room, 145 Washington AVE. Santa Fe Mayor Alan Weber speaks on the significance of FDR and the New Deal to Santa Fe and New Mexico. More info at nndpanewmexicochapter.org.
MARCH 4, 2-4 pm, free. The NM Search and Rescue team describes their work of locating and rescuing people who are lost or injured while hiking. Placitas Community Library, 453 Highway 165, placitaslibrary.com, 505
MARCH 4, 2 pm, free but $5 donation for non-members. The 100th Anniversary of the Harwood Museum, Juniper Leherissey. Sponsored by the Taos County Historical Society. Kit Carson Elec Coop Boardroom, 118 Cruz Alta Rd.
MARCH 4, 3-5 pm, free. Saturday Matinee “Red Sky at Morning”. This movie was filmed in Las Vegas, NM. Special Collections Library, Central & Edith NE, 848-1376. Remember restricted parking around Library.
MARCH 4, 10:30-1:30, FREE. Dr. Joseph Sanchez speaks on “Old Heat and New Light on New Mexico and the Louisiana Purchase ”. Taylor Ranch Library, 5900 Bogart NW at Montano. Sponsored by the Hispanic Genealogical Research Center of NM.
MARCH 4/5, 12 noon, in person, admission fee. Cultural Dance Program representing various pueblos. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. Go to indianpueblo.org for more info
MARCH 5, 8-11 am, free. Bosque Wild Guided Hikes. Meet in the lobby of the Open Space Visitors Center at 6500 Coors NW.
MARCH 5, 12, 19, 26 – Sunday morning admission free from 9 am-1 pm at the Albuquerque Museum and the City’s International Balloon Museum.
MARCH 5, 4 pm, free. The History of the Civilian Conservation Corps in NM, presented by Dr. Richard Melzer. (Commemorating 90th anniversary of FDR inauguration.) Santa Fe Women’s Club, 1616 Old Santa Fe Trl. More info at nndpaNewMexicoChapter.org.
MARCH 5, 10 am-4 pm. Free admission to the Visual Arts museum at the National Hispanic Cultural Center. Call 724-4771 for more info. nhccnm.org.
MARCH 5, 1-2:30 pm, in person and by Zoom. Dennis Aigner speaks on A Brief History of the Swastika Symbol and its use in Navajo Weaving. Milicent Rogers Museum, Taos, NM. More info at 575-758-2462.
MARCH 6, 3 pm, free by Zoom. Dr. Chris Breiseth with the National Chapter of the New Deal speaks on FDR’s Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins who helped introduce Social Security. More info at nndpaNewMexicoChapter.org.
MARCH 7, 7 PM, free. Torrance County Archaeological Society presents Steven Rospopo. Economies of Destruction at Pueblo Point. Manzano Mountains Arts Council, 101 E. Broadway in Mountainair.
MARCH 7, 10:30 am, free Virtual and in-person. Topic is the New Mexico National Guard-Past and Present. ABQ Gen. Society Military Research Group. Main Library 2nd floor.
MARCH 8, 8 am, Hike free but $2 parking. Foothills Wild Guided Hike. Meet at the Cottonwood Springs parking lot of the Elena Gallegos open space, 7100 Tramway NE. Info at 768-4951 or email@example.com.
MARCH 8, 11:45 am, $20 and $40. Latinos in the Media luncheon. Emmy and Pulitzer Prize recipient Maria Hinojosa speaks about her book, Once I was You: A memoir of Love and Hate in a Torn America. National Hispanic Cultural Center. More info at nhccnm.org.
MARCH 8, 6pm reception, 7pm, program. free. Emmy and Pulitizer prize recipient Maria Hinojosa speaks from Her book: Once I was you: A memoir of Love and Hate in a Torn America. National Hispanic Cultural Center. 724-4771.nhccnm.org.
MARCH 9 – Commemorating the Pancho Villa intrusion into the United States on March 9, 1916.
MARCH 9, 8 pm, free. Sacred Portal (Teoquiyaoatl) performance and installation by Angel Cabrales. National Hispanic Cultural Center. nhccnm.org.
MARCH 9/10, 11 am, $2. Tour of Torreon Mundos de Mestizaje fresco by Frederico Vigil. National Hispanic Cultural Center. More info at nhccnm.org.
MARCH 10, 4-9 pm, free. Navajo Star Wars Intergalactic Night. At 4-6 pm, music, art activities, food truck, cash bar. 6pm pre-film talk by Manny Wheeler explaining significance of dubbing in Navajo language. 7pm film showing. National Hispanic Cultural Center. nhccnm.org.
MARCH 11, 9am-4pm, free Pancho Villa State Park in Columbus, NM, Camp Furlong Days in conjunction with Fiesta de Amistad in Columbus. Commemorating the Pancho Villa intrusion into the US on March 9, 1916. columbusnm.org.
MARCH 11, 1 pm, free. Josephine Zamora Padilla discusses her memoir, Under the Red Tin Roof . Casa San Ysidro in Corrales. Part of the 2nd Saturday series. Go to CABQ.gov and look under ABQ Museum. 898-3915.
MARCH 11, 12 noon-4pm, “Type-In” Public Typewriting Gathering and Printing Press Demo, Special Collections Library, Edith & Central NE. Be aware of parking restrictions around the Library.
MARCH 11, 1-3 pm, $20. ANTHROPOLOGICAL GENETIC HISTORY, The Dark Ages, The Rise of a New World Order (750-1100 AD), Includes a short film. Presented by the New Mexico DNA project and Iberian Peninsula DNA Institute. Payment must be by postal mail. Contact angelrcervantes@
MARCH 11, 2 pm, museum admission. Navajo textile artists Lynda Teller Pete and Barbara Jean Teller Ornelas speak on Navajo Textile Artists at the Santa Fe Indian market. NM History Museum in Santa Fe.
MARCH 12, 2pm, free. Dr. James L. Gonzales speaks about the Placitas area San Antonio de las Huertas Land Grant dating back to 1768. Gonzales is descended from the Gurule family who was one of the original families. Sandoval County Historical Society & Museum, 161 Homestead Lane, located between the Santa Ana Star Casino and Coronado Historic Site, just north of 550, turn at the dirt road by the IHOP. SandovalHistory.org.
MARCH 12, Daylight Savings Begins, move clocks forward.
MARCH 13, Regular monthly program cancelled in lieu of Press Women’s state conference. In person at Weck’s Restaurant, 7301 Paseo del Norte NE. More info from firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARCH 14, 7 pm, free. Groves and Oppenheimer: Friends and Foes by James Kunetka. Fuller Lodge, 2132 Central Ave. Sponsored by the Los Alamos Historical Society. Los AlamosHistory.org.
MARCH 16/17, 11 am, in person, $2. Tour of Torreon Mundos de Mestizaje fresco by Frederico Vigil. National Hispanic Cultural Center. More info at nhccnm.org.
MARCH 16, 5-8 pm, free. Third Thursday at the ABQ Museum. Feature length film “SNCC – Student Nonviolent Coordination Committee” introduced by Santa Fe poet laureate Darryl Wellington. 6 pm Joline Krueger and Shelle Sanchez discuss book City at the Crossroads: the Pandemic, Protests and Public Service in Albuquerque. make art projects, tour museum exhibits, food available. Albuquerque Museum in Old Town.
MARCH 16, 11 am, $2. Tour of Torreon Mundos de Mestizaje fresco by Frederico Vigil. National Hispanic Cultural Center. More info at nhccnm.org.
MARCH 17 St. Patrick’s Day
MARCH 17, 4 pm, $20. ANTHROPOLOGICAL GENETIC HISTORY, The Crusades: The Cross and the Crescent. The World’s most infamous conflict of religious zeal, fanaticism and violence comes to life, presented by Angel Cervantes. Includes a short film. Presented by the New Mexico DNA project and Iberian Peninsula DNA Institute. Payment must be by postal mail. Contact angelrcervantes@
MARCH 18, 1-2:30 pm, admission. Artist panel and lecture. Clay Line of the Red Willow People: A Showcase of three Taos Pueblo artists. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, indianpueblo.org.
MARCH 18, 10am, free. St. Patrick’s Day Party-enjoy treats and clay molding for ages 4-17. Martha Liebert Library in Bernalillo , 867-1440.
MARCH 18, 1-3 PM, free. Ruth Bader Ginsburg: “Notorious RBG” presentation by Dianne Layden. Sponsored by Friends of Los Alamos County at Fuller Lodge, 2132 Central in Los Alamos. Sponsored by the NM Humanities Council.
MARCH 18, 3-5 pm, Snail Mail Social. Special Collections Library. Edith and Central NE. Be aware of parking restrictions around the Library.
MARCH 19, 2 PM, free. Peter Sanchez, CEO for the Atrisco Companies speaks about the History of Mariachi Spectacular and the life and achievements of its founder Noberta Fesquez. Mariachi Spectacular is in 33rd year. It’s the premier event of its type and one of the largest cultural events in the soutwest. Albuquerque Museum. Free parking and free admission to the Museum. Sponsored by the Albuquerque Historical Society. Co Sponsored by the Historical Society of NM.
MARCH 19, 1pm, free. Santa Fe Poet Laureate Darryl Wellington speaks on the Black Poets of New Mexico. Old San Ysidro Church in Corrales. Corrales. Old Church, 966 Old Church Rd. Sponsored by the Corrales Historical Society.
MARCH 19, 2 pm, free. Valencia County Historical Society presents Sam Sisneros speaking on the Old Belen Church Excavation. Belen Public Library, 333 Becker Ave.
MARCH 19, 10am-4 pm, free. Vernal Equinox Celebration. Astronomers Tony Hull and Steve snider speak. Come place stones indicating the sun’s path. Placitas Community Library, 453 Highway 165, placitaslibrary.com, 505
MARCH 18-19, 12 noon, in person, admission fee. Cultural Dance Program representing various pueblos. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center.Go to indianpueblo.org for more info.
MARCH 19, Sunday morning admission free from 9 am-1 pm at the Albuquerque Museum and the City’s International Balloon Museum. Go to cabq.gov/artsculture/albuqu
MARCH 20 SPRING BEGINS
MARCH 20-24 SPRING BREAK / NO SCHOOL FOR ABQ PUBLIC SCHOOLS – Many local museums provide “camps” for various fees during the break.
MARCH 22, 11 AM – 3 pm, free. Fiesta de Barelas, Dia de Familia y Comunidad. Music arts and activities. National Hispanic Cultural Center, 724-4771.
MARCH 22, Ramadan begins. It is the 9th month of the Islamic Calendar and observed by Muslims as a month of fasting, prayer, reflection and community.
MARCH 23, free. 4 pm workshop with Lone Pinon and Lucy Salazar on preserving northern NM dances. Penasco School, La Jicarita Gym followed by a community dance from 6:15-7 pm. Sponsored by the NM Humanities Council.
MARCH 23, 6 pm, free. Teaching between Generations and Culture: the unique connections between teachers and learners for the next generations of artists. 516 Arts, 516 Central SW.
MARCH 23, 6 pm, free. Alicia Gaspar de Alba speaks about her book, Crimes of the Tongue. National Hispanic Cultural Center. More info at nhccnm.org.
MARCH 23/24 11 am, in person, $2. Tour of Torreon Mundos de Mestizaje fresco by Frederico Vigil. National Hispanic Cultural Center. More info at nhccnm.org.
MARCH 24, 8:30am-4:40 pm, $25. Bosque Education Guide Workshop for K-12. Fee includes a 700 page curriculum binder and kit. Contact Karen.Herzenberg@emnrd.nm.gov or 344-7240 for more info. Location is Rio Grande Nature Center, 2901 Candelaria NW.
MARCH 25, 10am, free. Alicia Gaspar de Alba conducts a writing workshop. She is the author of Crimes of the Tongue. National Hispanic Cultural Center.
MARCH 25, 1-3 pm, $20. ANTHROPOLOGICAL GENETIC HISTORY, The Moors Connection to NM Families (711-1000 AD, Haplogroup E1b1b1b. Presented by the New Mexico DNA project and Iberian Peninsula DNA Institute. Payment must be by postal mail. Contact angelrcervantes@
MARCH 25/26, 12 noon, in person, admission fee. Cultural Dance Program representing various pueblos. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. Go to indianpueblo.org for more info.
MARCH 25, 1:30-3 pm, admission ($5/6) to Casa San Ysidro covers this. Heritage Spinning and Weaving. All supplies provided. 898-3915, Casa San Ysidro in Corrales.
MARCH 25, 11 am and 2 pm. Free. Behind-the-scenes Tours of the Special Collections Library, Edith & Central NE. Be aware of parking restrictions around the Library.
MARCH 25, 11am-1pm,free. Calligraphic Bookmarks by Escribiente, Special Collections Library, Edith & Central NE. Be aware of parking restrictions around the Library.
MARCH 26, 2 pm, free. Jim Eckles speaks on “100 Tons of Gold and 100 Tall Tales”. Eckles describes whatever happened to that gold and other treasures hidden in Victorio Peak on White Sands Missile Range. Bernalillo Town Hall, 829 Camino del Pueblo in Bernalillo. Sponsored by Friends of Coronado Historic Site.
MARCH 28, 9:30 am, free. Colcha embroidery group. National Hispanic Cultural center. Contact elenaD.Baca@
MARCH 30-APRIL 1, annual conference of the Historical Society of NM in Silver City, NM. Teachers and students attend for free. More info at hsnm.org.
MARCH 31, 5-6:30 pm, free. Reception for art exhibit, New Mexico, A Sense of Place. Placitas Community Library, 453 Highway 165, placitaslibrary.com, 505
AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION AT UNM, iaie.unm.edu. Watch several previously recorded programs about Native American education, the Dine language and more.
EL RANCHO DE LAS GOLONDRINAS, Celebrating 50 years. Go to Golondrinas.org and click on the Facebook icon on the right to watch a variety of past programs. Examples are: The Truchas Mill, El Horno, Sheep to Blanket, Chile & Wild Greens, NM Remedios.
HISTORIC SANTA FE FOUNDATION (historicSantaFe.or
The Wheels Museum, 1100 2nd St. SW is open. Times are Sunday-Thursday, 9 am-12 noon. Call first to confirm, 243-6269 or email@example.com.
MURALS OF ALBUQUERQUE (www.murosabq.com) This shows over 130 murals in the ABQ metro area. You click on each picture and it shows the mural, gives its title and address, describes the image, and the artists.
ONLINE TOUR OF THE 15 HISTORIC MURALS AT THE INDIAN PUEBLO CULTURAL CENTER The tour gives details of the artist and the dance or ritual illustrated in the mural. https://indianpueblo.or
Virtual Tour of the Downtown Main Library, 1975. Presented by Modern Albuquerque and sponsored by the Urban Enhancement Trust Fund. More information including the YouTube link to the live stream is on their Events page. See www.modernabq.org/events
Cibola County History Museum, 525 West High St., Grants NM. Go to cibolaHistory.org for more information.
OASIS SENIOR LEARNING IS PROVIDING ONLINE PROGRAMS. Contact 884-4529 or visit albuquerque.oasisnet.org
NUCLEAR MUSEUM – The Museum has a huge collection of oral history interviews (also transcribed) called Voices of the Manhattan Project. There are some 600 interviews of individuals who were either at the Manhattan Project or a family member who worked there. The interviews are organized into 39 categories such as: Internment of Japanese Americans, Life in the Secret cities, Hispanic employees, Native American. https://www.nuclearm
EAST MOUNTAIN HISTORICAL SOCIETY announces the recorded program of Rt. 66 and Historic NM License Plates. Go to EastMountainHistory.org/rec
Historic Fairview Cemetery, 700 Yale SE. invites anyone to come and hoe tumbleweeds and goat heads. The cemetery is open dawn to dusk and accessible through the gates of Fairview Memorial Park. Wear hard soled shoes & bring your own tools. www.HistoricFairviewCemeteryA
THE NEW MEXICO HISTORY MUSEUM has put many programs on Facebook or YouTube including The Santa Fe River in NM History presented by William Mee, ex. director of the Santa Fe Watershed Association and Andy Otto from Agua Fria. There are six videos telling the story of The Harvey Girls. YouTube https://www.YouTube.co
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TRIBUTES TO AUTHOR RUDOLFO ANAYA AND LINKS TO HIS ARCHIVES AT THE UNM CENTER FOR SOUTHWEST RESEARCH https://anaya.unm.edu
*****AMAZING HISTORY / CULTURE OPPORTUNITIES ONLINE*****
Many of the museums and cultural centers in the ABQ metro area have put programming on their websites, Facebook pages or YouTube links. This includes everything from:
- concerts, history lectures, video tours of various museum collections,
- photograph pod casts, curriculum and study guides for children, audio interviews,
All of this is free and even “low tech” individuals can navigate these websites There are YouTube channels available at no cost to watch to all. You are urged to explore many websites but especially these:
- CORONADO HISTORIC SITE – Watch numerous programs from the website of the Friends of Coronado Historic Site. Kuaua.org/presentations. You can also just listen by phone. All info on their website.
- NEW MEXICO HISTORY IN TEN MINUTES (newmexicohistory.org)
On the home page, go to the bottom and click on Video of the Month. The entire list of episodes will appear by clicking on the corner of the video. NM State Historian Rob Martinez is most engaging and informative and there are more than 40 Episodes. The episodes may be heard in chronological order or by topic which is introduced in the first minute or so of the episode.
- CIVIC AUDITORIUM HISTORY VIDEO (1957-1986) www.modernabq.org. Go to the Resources Tab, then the drop down to the three Civic Auditorium videos. They tell the story of the structure: why it was built, how it was used and why it was ultimately demolished.
- LAS CRUCES MUSEUM SYSTEM has many interesting history programs on their website/Facebook Page/YouTube. On line at the Las Cruces Museum Facebook page. www.facebook.com/LCmuseu
ms/ Call 575-541-2154 for more information, Kayla Myers. las-cruces.org/1523/mu seum. Branigan Center.
- HOLOCAUST MUSEUM and GELLERT EDUCATION CENTER NM, 616 Central SW. Go to the website nmholocaustmuseum.org. Questions call 247-0606.
- ALBUQUERQUE OASIS LIFELONG LEARNING PRESENTS VARIOUS NM TOPICS www.albuquerque.oasisne
t.org or 884-4529.
ALBUQUERQUE HISTORICAL SOCIETY ARCHIVED VIDEO PROGRAMS
The Albuquerque Historical Society provides videos of scheduled program presentations that are live-streamed to the Society’s Facebook page. If viewed live, the Facebook live-stream event allows those who are unable to attend the opportunity to participate in the question and answer session following the event. The video presentations are permanently available in the “Videos” section of the AHS Facebook page, on the AHS YouTube Channel, as well as linked to from the appropriate AHS Program pages. Presentations captured on Facebook videos to date include:
- Biography of Casey Luna
Dr. Richard Melzer, February 19, 2023
- History of The University of Albuquerque
John Taylor, January 15, 2023
- History of UNM Press: The Largest Book Publishing Company in New Mexico
Beth Hadas, November 20, 2022
- One With the Land: Voices of the Atrisco Land Grant
Anthony “Tony” DellaFlora, October 16, 2022
- One With the Land: Voices of the Atrisco Land Grant
Anthony “Tony” DellaFlora, October 16, 2022
- Picture This!: Online Storytelling Through Photo Archives
Jill Hartke, September 18, 2022
- The History of Public Art Urban Enhancement in Albuquerque
Sherri Brueggemann, August 21, 2022
- Neighborhoods at a Crossroads: Hoffmantown
Anthony DellaFlora, July 17, 2022
- African American Homesteaders in Albuquerque
Rita Powdrell, June 19, 2022
- Victory from the Shadows
Elaine Carson, March 20, 2022
- The Ten Dons, Plus One
Kathy Seidel, February 20, 2022
- Erna Fergusson, First Lady of New Mexico Letters
Joe Sabatini, January 16, 2022
- The History of Los Poblanos
Kate Garner, November 21, 2021
- Stories of Early Albuquerque
Rosemary McNerney Winkler – October 17, 2021
- Overhaul: A Social History of the Albuquerque Locomotive Repair Shops
Richard and Shirley Cushing Flint – September 19, 2021
- Building Community & Culture: Jews in 20th Century Albuquerque
Harvey Buchalter, July 18, 2021
- Life of Mrs. Carnis Salisbury: Albuquerque Fair Housing and Civil Rights Pioneer
Brian Eagan – June 20, 2021
- Doing History in a City Looking Forward
Albuquerque Museum Director Andrew Connors – April 18, 2021
- 60th Anniversary of Little Beaver Town
Roland Penttila – March 21, 2021
- An Iconic View: A Photographic Study of First and Central, 1880 to 2020
Richard Ruddy – February 21, 2021
- Historic Fairview Cemetery: Final Resting Place for Notable People in Albuquerque History
Gail Rubin, CT – January 17, 2021
- The Spanish Flu Pandemic in New Mexico 1918-1920
Rick Hendricks, Ph.D, – November 15, 2020
- Architectural History of Albuquerque’s Old Main Library
Teri Reynoso – October 18, 2020
- The Photo Heritage of Eddie Ross Cobb and Daphne Cobb: Unbending Courage and Creativity
Sueki (Susan) Woodward – September 20, 2020
- They Won the Vote! : Suffrage and Suffragists in New Mexico
Sylvia Ramos Cruz, M.D. – August 23, 2020
- Albuquerque Sculptor Herb Goldman
Lisa Goldman – July 19, 2020
- Secret Albuquerque: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure
Ashley M. Biggers – June 21, 2020
- Albuquerque in the Nuclear Age
Duane Hughes – February 16, 2020
- Early History of the Albuquerque Open Space Program
Rex Funk – January 19, 2020
- A History Lover’s Guide to Albuquerque
Roger Zimmerman – November 17, 2019
- Ridgecrest Area History: The Parkland Hills Addition
Willam Dodge – October 20, 2019
- History of Menaul School
Dr. Christine Sierra – September 15, 2019