The Chapel of San Miguel in Santa Fe

The Chapel of San Miguel in Santa Fe is one of the country's oldest churches. It began in 1610, and although records of its early history were burned during the Rebellion of 1680, the thick, sturdy adobe walls remained unharmed. Stone buttresses later were added to strengthen the walls, remodeled tower, and modern facade.

A bell cast in Spain in 1356 is displayed in an anteroom. It was used in churches in Spain and Mexico before being brought to Santa Fe in the early 19th century. Priceless paintings and ornaments are on exhibit in the New Mexico mission.

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SantaFe.com - loretto chapel in santa fe
Despite the challenges of the territory (smallpox, tuberculosis, leaky mud roofs and even a brush with the rowdy Confederate Texans during the Civil War), the boarding and day school expanded and flourished. It was decided that the school needed ...
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The Santa Fe Trail
Here the Santa Fe divided, one branch heading directly southwest, the other (present US-50) following the Arkansas river to Bent's Fort (near La Junta Colo.) then south over Raton Pass. William Becknell first traveled the dry route with a pack ...
http://skyways.lib.ks.us/history/gray.html

History of the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad
In accordance with his vision, the name of the railroad was changed to the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad. By 1868, Holliday had the financial backing to start construction, and in the spring of 1871 the original 75 miles of railway ...
http://edwin.theeds.net/Trains/ATSF/