THE PAST 100 YEARS.
From The Santa Fe New Mexican New Mexico Abbr. NM or N.M. or N.Mex.
A state of the southwest United States on the Mexican border. It was admitted as the 47th state in 1912. :
June 26, 1912: Thirteen mills is to be the state tax levy for the first fiscal tax year of the new state. That is 3 mills more than the last levy made under the territorial form of government.
The four graduates, Fernando Armijo, Benjamin Sisneros, Felix Gomez and Venceslao Serna were awarded their honors by Monsignor Antonio Fourchegu at St. Michael's College St. Michael's College may refer to:
June 26, 1962: Ralph Bell, area conservationist with the Soil Conservation Service in Santa Fe, said today that if drought conditions continued another two weeks a "good many ranchers will have to start feeding to maintain livestock." Bell said conditions are especially bad in and around Estancia es·tan·cia
A large estate or cattle ranch in Spanish America.
[Spanish, room, enclosure, country estate, from Vulgar Latin *stantia, something standing, from Latin , Mountainair, Pecos, Chama, Taos, Santa Fe, Bernalillo and Santa Rosa.