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Olla Bearers and Indian Detours

TACA board member Joe Sabatini will give a talk during the “Alternative Spring Break” week at the Cherry Hills Library, 6901 Barstow NE in Albuquerque www.abclibrary.orgTACAindiandetour

His presentation: Olla Bearers and Indian Detours: New Mexico Indians as Tourist Attractions, is Monday, March 23rd at noon. Attendees are welcome to bring a brown bag lunch.

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TACA Hosts

Upcoming Huning Highland Neighborhood Association meeting at Preservation Station March 4th at 6:30pm. HHmeetingMarch

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Father Troy

Father Ferdinand Troy arrived in New Mexico Territory the same year as the railroad. During his tenure here as a Jesuit priest he traveled on the back of a burro and in an airplane. Had he lived a few more years he might have flown to Rome again in a jet. But he left Old Albuquerque’s San Felipe de Neri the last time in his life one morning by motorbus and was killed that night by a car in front of the Alameda church – the church he and parishioners had built over twenty years before.

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TACA Preservation Station

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Huning Highland 1894

Huning Highland 1894

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Old Town

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Members at the Station!

TACA members outside the station

Joe Sabatini, Cindy Carson, Ann Carson, Jerry Widdison

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