Amazing Women of the Wild West: Territorial New Mexico One of the most dramatic eras of New Mexico’s rich history is the Territorial period when the United States raised the American flag on August 18th 1846 over the plaza of Santa Fe for the first time. As an accomplished actress, Van Ann Moore portrays three…

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Amazing Women of the Wild West: Territorial New Mexico One of the most dramatic eras of New Mexico’s rich history is the Territorial period when the United States raised the American flag on August 18th 1846 over the plaza of Santa Fe for the first time. As an accomplished actress, Van Ann Moore portrays three…

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All Aboard! Pioneer women traveling west began with their families in lumbering wagons following the Great Trails. This Western migration was continued by rail with a new breed of independent women from the 1880’s through the mid- twentieth century. This is their story! Instead of traveling West with oxen and mule-power, the Railroads and Fred…

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Martha Washington (1731 – 1802) grew up as Martha Dandridge on a plantation in Virginia, and was a young widow with two children when she met and married George Washington. Working together they took part in the founding of the greatest nation in history. The exciting and often dangerous days of the American revolutionary war…

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Amazing Women of the Wild West: Territorial New Mexico One of the most dramatic eras of New Mexico’s rich history is the Territorial period when the United States raised the American flag on August 18th 1846 over the plaza of Santa Fe for the first time. As an accomplished actress, Van Ann Moore portrays three…

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