Friday, November 27, 2020

Apache

Mescalero Apache

Mescalero Apache The Mescalero's call themselves Shis-Inday, “People of the Mountain Forests," or Mashgalénde / Mashgalé-neí / Mashgalé-õde, “People close to the mountains." Spanish settlers...

Dripping Springs Trail

The Organ Mountains are east of Las Cruces, New Mexico. They are part of the 500,000-acre Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument; a haven for...

Fort Stanton Historic Site

After the Mexican American war, the United States established numerous forts across the newly acquired territory. They constructed Fort Stanton in 1855 to control...
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