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Mining Camps of Cookes Peak

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Matt Barbour Deputy Director, New Mexico Historic Sites Research Associate, Office of Archaeological Studies New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs The mountain northeast of Deming, known as Cookes Peak, was once a flourishing industrial center. Miners in the late 1800s established three major camps in the area: Cook's Town, Hadley Town, and Jose Town. These…

Revolts and Revolutions: Resistance Movements in NM History

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Rob Martinez New Mexico State Historian State Historian Rob Martinez discusses resistance movements in New Mexico through the ages. Learn about the causes and effects of New Mexicans taking action against oppressive leaders, symbols and institutions in New Mexico history. Rob Martinez is a native New Mexican born and raised in Albuquerque. A graduate of…

Deeply Honored: Two Heroes of the 442nd

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Fred Hagstrom Rae Schupack Nathan Professor of Art, Carleton College (MN) A presentation about the incarceration of people of Japanese descent during World War II.  It is based on two artist’s books: “Deeply Honored” and “Returning Home”. It covers the student relocation project, an initiative that allowed some students of college age to leave camp…