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October 2022

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Local History

The Texan Santa Fe Expedition

The Republic of Texas made big claims about owning eastern New Mexico. Their one attempt to assert authority across the Plains ended in embarrassment. The year is 1841 and The

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The Old Spanish Trail

From Taos County Historical Society Over thousands of years, First Nations in the Southwest traveled extensively throughout the region, stitching far-flung communities together with their vast, inter-coastal trade routes. These

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QCC UPDATE: August 2022

Feel Inspired After the Art Tour? Take a Class! Last August we planned a 2-part workshop, “Creative Journeys,” with artist and educator Mark Lewis Wagner of Questa and Oakland, Calif.,

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QCC UPDATE

Art for All! Workshops are for everyone! Part Two of the introductory weaving class is now happening, where interested people of all ages (12 or under must be accompanied by

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Upcoming Events

Funds from the Questa Creative Council will again support local musicians at the Questa Farmers Market for the 2022 season. Here is the lineup for June. Come out and support

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Deep History at Wild Rivers

By Deborah Archuleta-Moreno There are many places in New Mexico that I have come to admire and appreciate, and one of the most enchanting places New Mexico has to offer

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Questa and the Questa Mine: Part 1

By Martha Shepp and many others This community paper is endeavoring to offer a Questa mine history series over the next few issues, to bring you stories from mining’s earliest

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