Recognizing Heritage: The Politics of Multiculturalism in New Mexico

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ILLUSTRATIONS
Map of north-central New Mexicoxvii
1.The Sangre de Cristo Mountains north of Santa Fe2
2.The Palace of the Governors22
3.Mexican Governor’s Office38
4.Exposed fireplace in the Evolution of the Palace exhibit40
5.Wall on display in the Evolution of the Palace exhibit41
6.Exposed section of wall under the Palace portal45
7.Historic Route 66 sign54
8.Floor hatch revealing seventeenth-century foundation59
9.Portal market, Palace of the Governors63
10.Plaza de Española master plan by Bernabe Romero115
11.Española plaza116
12.The Bond House119
13.The Arches of the Alhambra with waterfall and fountain122
14.The Española Misión123
15.Reredos inside the Misión128
16.Reredo with saints mounted on wall129
17.The Last Conquistador by Reynaldo Rivera147
18.Figures in La Jornada viewed from within Numbe Whageh152
19.“Spanish Settlement of the Southwest 1598” commemorative stamp156
20.Eagle dancers perform at the stamp dedication ceremony158
21.American flags on the plaza, Veterans Day 2003160
22.Dedication of the Veterans’ Memorial Wall, 2003161

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