The Struggle for Statehood.
Audio re-enactments of arguments for and against New Mexico's entry into the union, produced by aural historian Jack Loeffler.
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Moments In Time
Fifteen short videos about New Mexico's unique and diverse history, ranging from early filmmaking in New Mexico to the story of the Palace of the Governors, the Rough Riders, Billy the Kid and more. Produced in collaboration with KNME, the documentaries will soon have classroom curricula tailored to each one.
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Check out online versions of features available in our museum. One of the keys to understanding New Mexico statehood is to look at how our boundaries changed over time.
Shifting Boundaries explores those changes and can prompt some interesting discussion questions. Among them: What if New Mexico really had ended up with the Grand Canyon?
The Threads of Memory explains Spain's lengthy – and lasting – history in the state.
The Treaty of Guadalupe offers bilingual versions of this historic document and examines how it continues to impact the state today.
The Segesser Hides looks at details within this hide painting of 17th- and 18th-century expeditions by people whose descendants still live in New Mexico.
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