Learn more at: http://www.museumtrail.org/fort-garland-museum.html
Saturday, May 30, 2015
Posted by Frontier Women's Living History Assn. at 10:12 AM
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Ft. Garland, once commanded by Kit Carson, will have its annual Living History Event this Memorial Day weekend, May 23 and 24. The fort will come alive with soldiers, civilians and visitors.
29477 Highway 159
Fort Garland, CO 81133
- See more at: http://www.historycolorado.org/museums/programs-events-3#sthash.SWVpcxbj.dpuf
Posted by Frontier Women's Living History Assn. at 11:47 AM
I received this information from Marsha of the New Mexico Ladies Congress:
"At the Glorieta event this year there was a professional photographer who handed some of us a slip of paper with the address of where to find his photos. Just in case you did not get a slip from him when you were there or in case you were not able to make it, here is the information. I just checked and he got some wonderful shots of the battles, the camps, and most if not all of our ladies. Of particular note is an adorable shot of Lucy and Alysia and a couple great ones of Madeleine and Marilyn. Check out all the pictures. They really catch the flavor of the event."
Other pictures are here: http://elranchodelasgolondrinas.zenfolio.com/p837005582
Las Golindrinas Website: http://www.golondrinas.org/
A wonderful living history farm near Santa Fe, NM
Posted by Frontier Women's Living History Assn. at 11:32 AM
Sunday, May 17, 2015
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
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Posted by Frontier Women's Living History Assn. at 5:57 PM