Stephen F. Austin State University

The Travel Blog of the history faculty and students of Stephen F. Austin State University.

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Santa Fe / Rancho Golondrinas

We're finally at a functional WiFi system in Mesa Verde and we can catch up on what we've been up to for the last few days.  After Washita we headed to Santa Fe to discuss the Spanish conquest, law and empire, and the World History practice of putting subjects in their habitat/context.

We let the students cool their heels after a long day of driving then hit the Spanish Rancho Golondrinas, which bills itself as the Colonial Williamsburg of the Spanish Period.  More to come when we have a faster WiFi connection.

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