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In accordance with revised public health directives, the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) has closed its museums and historic sites to the public until further notice. The safety and well-being of our employees and visitors is the DCA's foremost concern. We appreciate your ongoing support and understanding. Please continue to visit this website for updates and to explore virtual visits, programs, and educational opportunities.

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Ken Barrick. Demise of the Fountains. United States. Oil on canvas. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Stephen Hansen. God Put You Here for A Reason. United States, 2002. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist Unknown. San Antonio (St. Anthony) Reverse Glass Painting. ca. late 18th century. Glass, paint, walnut. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Daniel Sachs. Wood cross with straw inlay. United States. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist Unknown. Jesus Nazareno. Mexico, ca. 18th century. Wood. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property. Carpenter Unknown. New Mexico Colonial Chair, ca. late 18th century. Wood. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist Unknown. Candelabra, ca. late 1800s. Brass. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist Unknown. Robe. China. Cotton. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Charlie Carillo. Nuestra Senora de Dolores (Our Lady of Sorrows) Bulto. United States, 2014. Painted wood. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist Unknown. San Jose (St. Joseph) with Child Bulto. Mexico, ca. 18th century. Polychrome wood. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Victor Goler. Santa Familia (Holy Family) Retablo. United States, 1992. Painted wood. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property. Eluid Martinez. Santa Familia Nacimiento (Holy Family nativity scene). United States, 1995. Unpainted wood, tin. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Acoma Pueblo Pot. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist Unknown. Crucifix. Wood. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist Unknown. Mexican table cloth. Cotton. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist Unknown. Mexican table runner. Cotton. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Monica Sosaya Halford. Matachine. United States. 2015. Painted wood and ribbons. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist unknown. Bulto, Santa Barbara. ca. 18th century. Polychrome wood. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist Unknown. Church. Peru. Painted Clay. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.The Sentinel stands with a reproduction wagon at Fort Selden Historic Site.The remnants of baking bread in the horno at Las Noches de Las Luminarias at Fort Selden in 2019. Photo by Stan Ford.Las Noches de Las Luminarias at Fort Selden in 2019. Photo by Stan Ford.Las Noches de Las Luminarias at Fort Selden in 2019. Photo by Stan Ford.A prickly pear plant at Fort Selden.Ruins of the Non-Commissioned Officers Quarters at Fort Selden.Luminarias on display at Las Noches de Las Luminarias in 2018.A historic chuckwagon on display at Fort Selden Historic Site.Cane Cholla and the Century Plant, at the front entrance to the Fort Selden Visitor Center. The Century Plant bloomed Summer 2019.The Sentinel, by artist Sonny Rivera, stands as a commemoration to the Buffalo Soldiers that served at Fort Selden and across New Mexico and the American West.The Sentinel, by artist Sonny Rivera, stands as a commemoration to the Buffalo Soldiers that served at Fort Selden and across New Mexico and the American West.A prickly pear plant at Fort Selden.Aerial image of Fort Selden Historic Site. Photo by Robert Paquette.Aerial image of Fort Selden Historic Site. Photo by Robert Paquette.Aerial image of Fort Selden Historic Site. Photo by Robert Paquette.A caretta (wagon) on display at Fort Selden Historic Site. Las Noches de Las Luminarias at Fort Selden in 2017.Las Noches de Las Luminarias at Fort Selden in 2017.The ruins of the Administration Buildings of Fort Selden.Snow dusts Fort Selden's post road, what was once El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro.Stew and coffee are prepared in Fort Selden's horno during 2019's Spring Fling.

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