Category: Historic

kuaua; coranado; historic; site; christmas; bonfire; luminaries; new mexico; pueblo; indian; culture; night

Christmas at Kuaua – Lighting Up Pueblo Ruins of The Past

An Evening at Coronado Historic Site I love experiencing cultural traditions! Living in my new New Mexico home, I am getting out and experiencing everything.  High on the list, December light displays!  Scouring the internet, I found “Christmas in Kuaua”...

chloride; new mexico; ghost town; museum; town; historic; mine; mining; saloon; silver; tent city; apaches; indian; indians; wall street; monte cristo; dance hall; pye; hanging tree; National Forest

Hanging Around Chloride Ghost Town

The Rebuilding of a Ghost Town The Wild, Wild West – who doesn’t love tales of gun slingers, gold & silver mines, saloon brawls and riding into the sunset?  Chloride, New Mexico embodied all that made up a pioneer town...

Exploring Historic Fortresses – Fort Pike

In Defense of the Port of New Orleans Fort Pike has seen it’s share of historic moments.  Built between 1819 and 1826, it is part of a coastal defense system that lines the Gulf coast and Mississippi river.  After the...

oak alley, plantation, Louisiana, deep south, culture

The Southern Beauty of Oak Alley Plantation

 Mystery Within The Oaks Few plantations hold the awe and stature as Oak Alley Plantation.  Located along the Great River Road in Vacherie Louisiana. The Bon Sejour Plantation, later renamed Oak Alley, was initially owned by Valcour Aime, the King...

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