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LOCOMOTIVE 2926: ITS PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE !
Saturday November 19, 2011 11 a.m. – 12:30P.M. Albuuquerque Museum, 19th & Mountain Rd.

Following the program, you may visit their locomotive work site at 1833 8th St. NW just a few blocks from the Museum.
PRESENTERS: NM Steam Locomotive & Railroad
Historical Society
The presentation will tell the history of Locomotive 2926 which resided in downtown’s Coronado Park for decades. A group of railroad enthusiasts moved the locomotive to 1833 8th St. NW in 2000. Over 100 volunteers have invested thousands of hours in tenderly restoring the locomotive with the plan of getting it up and running by the 2012 Statehood centennial. More information is on their web site at www.nmslrhs.org.

DIRECTIONS TO WORK SITE, 1833 8th St. NW: Take I-40 either east or west to the 6th /12th street exit. Take 6th St. south 2 blocks to Haines Ave. Turn right and go west to 8th Street. Turn left on 8th and go a short distance to the work site.
For other information contact Janet Saiers at 299-5019.

THURSDAY NOV. 17, 7 P.M. CORRALES HISTORICAL SOCIETY “Vaqueros” — Knights of the Americas, The True Heritage of the Cowboy–The story across Two Continents featuring Francisco Serna Osuna-past pres. of NM Hispanic Cultural Preservation League. www.corraleshistory.org

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2O CORONADO STATE MONUMENT & THE FRIENDS OF CORONADO STATE MONUMENT
SPEAKER: PIECING TOGETHER HISTORY:
Artifacts of Kuaua Pueblo Ruins and Santiago Ruins
Carolyn Gilmore, Bear Haley, Deborah Ellis, and Dennis Herrick
Sun., Nov. 20, 2011, 2pm at the Sandoval Co. HS DeLavy House, Bernalillo

Please join the Friends of Coronado State Monument for a fascinating exhibit and discussion about the artifacts found at the Kuaua Pueblo site, as well as the Ghufoor site (later named Santiago – now a housing development along the northern end of Hwy 528). During the excavation of these sites in the early 1930s, an abundance of artifacts and pottery sherds were collected. This collection is today stored in the basement of the Hibben Center of the Maxwell Museum in Albuquerque .

Presenters are Carolyn Gilmore , manager of the Sunfather Giftshop; Bear Haley, rock art expert; Deborah Ellis, a Docent at CSM; and, Dennis Herrick, a retired journalist and researcher of the Santiago site.

Albuquerque Historical Society www.albuqhistsoc.org
Historic Albuquerque Inc. www.historicabq.org
East Mountain Historical Society www.eastmountainhistory.org

Sandoval County Historical Soc. www.sandovalhistory.org
Corrales Historical Society www.corraleshistory.org
Hubbell House Alliance www.hubbellhousealliance.org

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center www.indianpueblo.org
Coronado State Monument in Bernalillo www.nmmonuments.org
New Mexico Jewish Historical Society www.nmjhs.org