• freight wagons on the Santa Fe Trail

    Santa Fe

    National Historic Trail CO,KS,MO,NM,OK

NPS Newletter

National Historic Trail Newsletters Cover:
Interpretation, Preservation, Certification, Trail Development, & Sign Projects - For Protection, Development, and Promotion of the Trail

 
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Fall 2014 - Expanded tools to follow the trail, a new look for NTIR, and certification, national register, and volunteer news.

 
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Spring 2013 - Retracement trail opens, sign and exhibit unveilings, youth program update, and YouTube site uploads.

 
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Fall 2012 - Updates on National Register nominations, sign plans, exhibits, and workshops.

 
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Spring 2012: Updates include new exhibits with the Kaw Nation of Oklahoma, National Register nominations, planning for the visitor experience at Bent's New Fort, and new activities for children and families.

 
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Fall 2011 - Exhibit unveilings, Rediscovery Survey, Signs, Connect Trails to Parks, Highlights, and More!

 
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Spring 2011: Exhibit Updates, New Faces and Places, Sign Plan Released, Workshops, and Connect Trails to Parks.

 
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Fall 2010 - In this issue: New Faces & Places, Completed Exhibit & Sign Projects, In-the-Works Projects, New Certified Partners, Raising Awareness.

Did You Know?

A barbed wire fence and windmill are near the Point of Rocks formation on the Santa Fe National Historic Trail in New Mexico

In February 1880, the first railroad steam engine reached Santa Fe, ending nearly 60 years of overland use of the historic Santa Fe Trail.