Crescit Eundo, The State Motto: “It grows as it goes”
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One of the greatest Jazz composers grew up in Albuquerque. John Lewis graduated from the University of New Mexico, served in the military, and went on produce numerous solo records and with the Modern Jazz Quartet.
There’s not much to Engle nowadays and maybe that’s how it’s supposed to be. Located on Highway 51, what was once a bustling town of upwards of half of a thousand people is nearly entirely deserted today. While the BNSF railway goes right through town and the headquarters of Armendaris Ranch (owned by Ted Turner) […]
After the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo was ratified on February 2, 1848, the southern portion of New Mexico and Arizona largely remained in Mexico, with most of the border in what is current day Arizona to be set at the Gila River. In New Mexico, things were a big more complicated as the town of Las […]
The following was authored by Janice Dunnahoo at the Roswell Daily Record Special to the Roswell Daily Record In honor of Black History Month, we are highlighting and recognizing notable African-American citizens who trailblazed a part of both their own history and our history here in the Southwest, as well as southeastern New Mexico. Today, […]
The following article is a lovely history of one of New Mexico’s first US Senators, written by our friends at: New Mexico History Blog Posted on July 16, 2019 by Texoso Albert Bacon Fall was born in Frankfort, Kentucky in 1861. He was the son of William Fall, who had served in the Confederate Army during the Civil […]