The University of New Mexico Libraries announces the Rudolfo Anaya Digital Archive! This project is dedicated to developing a comprehensive information resource about the life and work of author Rudolfo Anaya. We are currently in the process of scanning a large collection of Anaya’s manuscripts and papers, which will become available on the website in the coming months. These archives will offer a major Digital Humanities research tool to aid students and faculty in studying Chicano literature. Visit us on Facebook for more updates: https://www.facebook.com/rudolfoanayadigitalarchive/
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This Month in New Mexico History
|January 19, 1847 - The first appointed territorial governor of New Mexico, Charles Bent, was murdered and scalped in front of his Taos home while his terrified family watched during the Taos Rebellion, a futile revolt against the new American rule.|
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