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2017 East Mountain Historical Society "Then & Now" Calendars


Our new 2017 calendar features 26 pages of "Then & Now" photos, and dates of historical events which mark the history of the East Mountain area.
Printed in color | 26 pages | spiral bound | softcover | individually bagged.
Cost $12, plus $5 shipping and handling

Mapping our Vanishing Past - Historic East Mountain Communities

Map highlights historic sites in the East Mountains - from railroads, to stage coach roads, old mines, vanished towns, and even saloons. Includes towns from Carnuel to Moriarty and Golden to Chilili. Back is filled with reproductions of advertisements dating back to the 1800's.
Map Size: 24"H x 27W | Folds to 8"H x 4.5"W | Printed in color | High gloss finish.

Cost: $7, plus $2 shipping and handling

Set of Six Historical Postcards

Our latest publication is a set of six postcard reproductions of historical locations along Route 66 in the East Mountains. This set features the Canyon Trading Post, 101 Cafe & Gas Station, The Oasis Gas Station, Zuzax Trading Post, Blackie's, and Dead Man's Curve. The back side of each card shows a current photo of each setting.
Printed in color | High gloss finish | 16 point card stock .

Cost: $5, plus $1 shipping and handling

A History of Forest Park Resort by Rick Holben

A written and illustrated monograph of the Forest Park Resort in Cedar Crest, NM by board member, Rick Holben.
Printed in color | 40 pages |spiral bound | softcover.

Cost: $20, plus $5 shipping and handling

Historic Resources Reconnaissance Survey of the Manzano and Sandia Mountain Villages

By Chris Wilson

This report, created by architectural historian Chris Wilson in conjunction with the State Historic Preservation Division, Office of Cultural Affairs, provides an overview of the history and historic cultural resources of the Sandia and Manzano Mountains of central New Mexico, including photos of structures in the mountain villages. The study area extends roughly from the Bernalillo County line at the north end, to the village of Punta de Agua on the south, and from the crest of the mountains east toward Torrance County.

The report summarizes the Spanish –Mexican resettlement of the area in the 19th Century, and the primarily Anglo-American health resorts and summer cabins built in the 20th Century.

Cost: $10, plus $5 shipping and handling

Great People, Great Stories - Oral History Pilot Project, 2011-2012

By East Mountain Historical Society & East Mountain District 5 Coalition

The East Mountain Historical Society is one of several dozen organizations selected as partners in the celebration of the 100th anniversary of New Mexico's achievement of statehood in 1912. The celebration of the Great People, Great Stories of the East Mountains is one of many centennial events that "collectively will teach us all a great deal about the history and cultures of our state," says EMHS President Denise Tessier, noting that the group is observing its 20th anniversary this year. This 32 page booklet contains oral histories of East Mountain residents, who remember life as it used to be, in the mountains.

Cost: $10, plus $5 shipping and handling

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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