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Proposed Salinas National Monument, New Mexico

United States. National Park Service. Southwest Region

Proposed Salinas National Monument, New Mexico

by United States. National Park Service. Southwest Region

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • National parks and reserves -- New Mexico,
  • National parks and reserves -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Statementsubmitted as an accompanying part of the communication from the Secretary of the Interior transmitting reports on studies of new areas with potential for inclusion in the National Park System ; [prepared by Southwest Regional Office, National Park Service, Department of the Interior]
    SeriesHouse document - 96th Congress, 1st session ; no. 96-202, pt.12, House document (United States. Congress. House) -- 96th Congress, 1st session, no. 96-202, pt.12
    ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of the Interior
    The Physical Object
    Pagination201 p. :
    Number of Pages201
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14210898M

    The Spanish Missions in New Mexico were a series of religious outposts in the Province of Santa Fe de Nuevo México — present day New were established by Franciscan friars under charter from the monarchs of the Spanish Empire and the government of the Viceroyalty of New Spain in a policy called Reductions to facilitate the conversion of Native Americans—Indians into Christianity.   An eerie wind blows through the old gray limestone structures, now part of the Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument. There are few other sounds or signs of activity. Long known as Las Humanas, the once-bustling area is like a ghost town, left largely vacant for nearly years.

    Central New Mexico is the region of the state containing Albuquerque and vicinity. Unusually for a United States city of significant size, Albuquerque has almost no true "suburbs" that have grown along with and after, rather than independent of, the city; about the only one of consequence is Rio l Native American pueblos also call this region home, some of them of interest to the. New Mexico Wilderness Act of , Public Law , is a U.S. federal law that authorized the establishment of a number of designated Wilderness Areas on National Forest land in New law also added additional lands to four existing Wilderness Areas in New Mexico, and named several Forest areas for study as potential Wilderness Areas. The law also created two new National Park.

    Visit New Mexico for a unique family vacation filled with exciting activities like skiing, hiking, shopping and sight seeing. Adventure awaits at every corner. Native American culture abounds. National and state treasures are easy to find. And history is created every day. You find them all here in every one of New Mexico's six regions. Find out what each area has to offer.   Big Morongo Canyon Preserve is a National Watchable Wildlife Site with almost bird species. It also provides a critical water source for many of Joshua Tree National Park’s desert bighorn sheep. The new monument would protect a wildlife corridor for animals that move across the landscape to find food, water, mates, and habitat.


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Proposed Salinas National Monument, New Mexico by United States. National Park Service. Southwest Region Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Proposed Salinas National Monument, New Mexico. [United States. National Park Service. Southwest Region.; United States. Department of the Interior.]. In "Gran Quivira and the Salinas Group: Various Authors," bound volume in the Proposed Salinas National Monument of Salinas National Monument.

Carleton, James H. "Map of a Military Reconnaissance made by Brevet Major James Henry Carleton to the Ruins of Abó, Quarrá, and Gran Quivira, New Mexico, in December, ".

Get this from a library. An Act to Redesignate Salinas National Monument in the State of New Mexico, and for Other Purposes. [United States.]. Get this from a library. Redesignating Salinas National Monument in the state of New Mexico, and for other purposes: report (to accompany H.R. ) (including the cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office).

[United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interior Proposed Salinas National Monument Insular Affairs.]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Murphy, Dan, Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument, New Mexico. Tucson, Ariz.: Southwest Parks and Monuments.

13 Proposal/Assessment General Management Plan, Proposed Salinas National Monument, New Mexico (Santa Fe: United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Southwest Regional Office, ), pp.

Introducing Salinas National Monument legislation before the Senate of the United States, Senator Pete Domenici of New Mexico referred to the purpose of acquiring land outside of state monument boundaries for Salinas National Monument: "Private land would be acquired to restore the integrity of the historical scene and to encompass additional.

The Mogollon Indian Pueblo de las Humanas (Gran Quivira) and two associated Spanish missions, all in ruins, are preserved in this National Monument, which commemorates 17th-century Spanish missionary activities among the Salinas pueblos of central New Mexico.

Don Juan de Oñate, inwas the first European known to have visited this pueblo. Like the other Missions of Salinas Pueblo Missions, a combination of disease, drought, famine, and Apache raiding led to the abandonment of Quarai in Settlers would return to Quarai in the early s constructing the Lucero Structures which included a defensive Torreon and the later Manzano Church.

Three historic sites in the sparsely-populated grasslands of central New Mexico, southeast of Albuquerque, are protected as Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument, a relatively little-known preserve with low annual piece of each are the ruins of 17th century Spanish Franciscan missions, dating from the earliest period of European colonization, when the settlers began to.

Statue of Liberty National Monument (NPS) New Mexico National Monuments. Aztec Ruins National Monument (NPS) Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument (NPS) New York National Monuments. African Burial Ground National Monument (NPS) I see it on this site but see no way to download it.

I would much rather have a hard copy (a book) Reply. The Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument is a complex of three Spanish missions located in the U.S. state of New Mexico, near main park visitor center is in Mountainair.

Construction of the missions began in and was completed in Notification of acceptance will be made by Ap ForSalinas National Monument will accept one applicant for an artist-in-residence position lasting for a maximum of four weeks between August 1 and Novem Mail your application to: Coordinator, Artist in Residence Program Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument P.

Out in the middle of nowhere New Mexico, these well-preserved ruins tell the stories of ancient Native American pueblos and 17th-century Spanish missions. Three sites — Abó, Gran Quivira and Quarai — dominate this 1,acre historic monument.

Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument, in central New Mexico, protects the sites of three Pueblos and the ruins of three Spanish missions near Mountainair, New site protects the remains of the San Buenaventura and San Isidro churches at Gran Quivira, the Mission of San Gregorio at Abo, and the Quarai Church at the Pueblo of Quarai.

The Rí­o Grande del Norte National Monument is comprised of rugged, wide open plains at an average elevation of 7, feet, dotted by volcanic cones, and cut by steep canyons with rivers tucked away in their depths. The Ri­o Grande carves an foot deep gorge through layers of volcanic basalt flows and ash.

Among the volcanic cones in the Monument, Ute Mountain is the. Regionally, interest in the story of María de Ágreda is evident, recounted at places like the Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument, at its visitor center in Mountainair, New Mexico. The. Get this from a library.

The excavation project at Quarai pueblo and mission buildings: Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument, New Mexico.

[Wesley R Hurt; United States. National Park Service. History Division.; Southwest Cultural Resources Center. Division of Anthropology.]. Parks included are Rocky Mountain National Park (Colorado), Bryce Canyon National Park (Utah), Glacier National Park (Montana), and Acadia National Park (Maine).

Books on Bandelier National Monument and Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument(both in New Mexico), Black Canyon of the Gunnison (Colorado), Iceland, South Africa, and the Badlands. The Grand Staircase–Escalante National Monument (GSENM) is a United States national monument originally designated in as 1, acres (7, km 2) of protected land in southernthe monument's size was reduced by a succeeding presidential land is among the most remote in the country; it was the last to be mapped in the contiguous United States.

The RÍo Grande del Norte National Monument is comprised of rugged, wide open plains at an average elevation of 7, feet, dotted by volcanic cones, and cut by steep canyons with rivers tucked away in their depths. The RÍo Grande carves an foot deep gorge through layers of .Aztec Monument, Northern San Juan Basin.

Aztec Ruins National Monument, Aztec, New Mexico Bandelier National Monument, a Photo Gallery Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument Tompiro People from the Socorro in the Río Abajo from Wikipedia Prehistoric Peoples of the Desert Southwest History of the Zuni The Zuni - A Mysterious People.

Here is a list with illustrations of the Passport Cancellation Stamps for New Mexico's national parks and monuments and other national parks sites and federal/national areas. Several variations of cancellation stamps for many of the park sites are displayed.