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Trails End: Santa Fe
Description: A tour of Santa Fe, New Mexico in the 1950s

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Clip #: TFA-201E
Length: 11:58
Year: 1950
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Region: North America
Country: United States
State: New Mexico
City: Santa Fe
Subject: Festivals
Original: 16mm
1950s, Santa Fe, New Mexico, pueblos, plaza, plaque marking end of Santa Fe Trail, men on horseback reenacting Spaniard settlers, Cross of the Martyrs, cityscape, street scenes, Spanish architecture, Fiestas de Santa Fe, burning of the Zozobra, parade with Spaniards and Native Americans, mariachi band, reenactment of De Vargas men on horseback, Navajo drill team from Albuquerque, Franciscan priest, visitors walking on streets, Native Americans, Spanish village, Native American rugs and pottery on display, Pueblo Native Americans performing traditional dances, Dance of the Mountain Goats, clouds, children's parade, Desfile de Los Niņos, Desfile de Los Ninos, pet parade, girl pulling goat down street, adult's parade, adobes, old Santa Fe, Oldest House in U.S.A, St. Michael's College, San Miguel Mission, streets, buildings, Taos, Kit Carson grave, Santa Fe territorial prison, Santa Fe railroad depot, bus

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