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Manuel Armijo: Fact and Misperceptions

7pm, Mar 21, 2013 | FREE
Speaking of Traditions: New Perspectives on Old Traditions The last Mexican governor before the American army arrived in1846, Armijo may or may not have been bribed to disband his Mexican militia thus avoiding a battle with invading U.S. dragoons. Winter Lecture Series at the Santuario de Guadalupe, downtown Santa Fe. Thursday, March 21st. 7PM Speaker: John Barham - lecturer and historian Admission: FREE!

Phone: 471-2261
100 N. Guadalupe, Santa Fe,



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