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Clinton A. Anderson

journalist from S. Dakota; lunger who survived TB; became NM Senator

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Ansel Adams

photographer, "Moonrise, Hernandez, NM," stayed at Los Gallos

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the Lincoln County War

southern NM violence between rival businessmen, 1870s, Billy the Kid

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D.H. Lawrence

British novelist, knew Mabel & moved to NM; hated tourists

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Pancho Villa

Mexican Revolutionary in 1910s; raided Columbus, NM; hunted by US army

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Porfirio Diaz

Nasty Mexican dictator; corrupt 'president', his overthrow starts mexican revolution

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Stanley B. Elkins

NM congress delegate in 1870s; his 'handshake' dooms NM statehood

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Dude Ranch

ranch turned fancy hotel, popularized by tom mix, helped NM ranchers

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Ernest Blumenshein

brought broken wagon wheel to Taos in 1898, founder of TSA

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Georgia O’Keefe

painter, knew Mabel & moved to NM; lived at Ghost ranch

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John Gaw Meem

lunger, survived and became NM architect, designed Pueblo Revival buildings

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Katharine Stintson-Otero

pioneering female pilot; lunger, survived, became architect, lived to 91

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Los Cinco Pintores

group of santa fe based artists; more 'modernist' style than TSA

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Mabel Dodge Luhan

wealthy NY feminist, tried to make Taos, NM an avant-garde spot

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Midwest State No. 1

oil well; reason that Hobbs, NM exists, struck in 1928

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Route 66

opened 1927; winds from chicago to LA, brought thousands of tourists to NM monthly

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Sanatorium

place for TB sufferers, open-air cottages, many later turned into NM hospitals

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Santa Fe Fiesta

started 1919, Zozobra!

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Taos Society of Artists

elite art group, many members trained in Europe, Phillips, B.shein

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Jim White

"discovered" Carlsbad Caverns, teenage ranch hand, lowered people in buckets

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the Taos Revolt

1847, Gov. Bent scalped, US forces put down an uprising, a reason for distrusting NM's loyalty

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the Spanish-American War

conflict in 1890s, Maximiliano Luna and Rough Riders, helped NMs prove loyalty

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John. J. Pershing

in charge of Punitive Expedition, later in charge of forces in WWI

24

Christopher “Kit” Carson

Explorer and military leader, responsible for executing Navajo Long Walk

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Stephen Watts Kearny

General during M-A war, stands on roof and declares to NMs US protection

26

the Mexican-American War

1846-1848, how NM becomes America, ends with the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

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Solomon Luna

Valencia County sheep rancher, most powerful Republic at 1910 Constitutional Convention, protected Hispanic rights

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Marcelino Serna

1st Hispanic with Distinguished Cross during WWI; illegal immigrant from Mexico

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The American Punitive Expedition

hunt for Villa; 10,000 soldiers, ends in failure Feb, 1917

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World War I

1914-1918, millions killed for little reason, trench warfare

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William Bonney

Billy the Kid, NM outlaw, gives NM a bad name

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“New Mexico’s popularity as a film destination began long before the filming of the hit show Breaking Bad in the early 2000s.”
True or False

False

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When did NM become a film destination?

Our state popularity as a film destination began nearly a century before the early 2000s. During the 1910s, NM was a very popular location for western style movies, Tom Mix starring in a dozen silent movies also helped.

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why is the phrase “The know-it-all state of mind is just the result of being outside the mucous-paper wrapping of civilization. Underneath is everything we don’t know and are afraid of knowing.” not referring to the enlightened viewpoint that Lawrence achieved in NM?

the "know-it-all' state of mind that Lawrence refers to is a product of the modern world that he disparages and seeks an escape from. It's a state of mind that sees all places and people as products for consumption and enjoyment, exactly the opposite of humility that Lawrence's NM experience included