The National Council for History Education builds bridges between those who share a common passion for historical thinking. Here you will find outstanding professional development opportunities, access to a wide range of historical organizations, thought-provoking annual conferences, publications, and information on critical national and local historical issues. Most of all, you will be part of community that is linked together by a common commitment to excellence in history.
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Why New Mexico MattersThomas G. ConnorsUniversity of Northern Iowa
Next spring, NCHE’s annual conference will meet in the middle of a state with a history that challenges an Anglo-Atlantic-centered narrative of early American history. Its own story winds through Native American and Spanish settlement for centuries before it becomes part of the United States. Much that happened afterwards fits comfortably into the iconic West – the silver rush that left ghost towns in the southwest or the ranching wars surrounding Billy the Kid in the east.
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