EL PALACIO HISTORY SERIES
|In the fall 2006 edition of El Palacio magazine, the first in a series articles on New Mexico history made its debut. "A Place Like No Other: Stories from the New Mexico History Museum" explores the state's history through new research and recent insights. The series continued through the History Museum's debut in May 2009.
Creating a Place for Our Past
Pre-History of New Mexico
Lost Conquistadors of the Pueblo World
Prelude to the Pueblo Revolt
The Palace of the Governors in the 17th Century
18th Century Foundations of a New Museum
Kit Carson and the Romance of the Spanish Trail
Counterculture in the Land of Clear Light
El Palacio covers the art, culture, and history of the Southwest as reflected in the exhibits, public programs, and scholarship of the Department of Cultural Affairs, four Santa Fe museums (the Museum of International Folk Art, the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture/Laboratory of Anthropology, the New Mexico Museum of Art, and the Palace of the Governors/New Mexico History Museum), State Monuments, Office of Archaeological Studies, and Laboratory of Anthropology.