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What happened when Spanish explorer and colonizer Juan de Oñate arrived near present-day Socorro, New Mexico from Mexico City in 1598? How did the pueblo people (Piro) of Teypana react? Find out in this play written by Spanish teacher Sheri Armijo and performed by 6th graders from Cottonwood Valley Charter School, Socorro, New Mexico.

 

A Child's Story of Socorro

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Duration:
7 minutes, 56 seconds

Cottonwood Valley Charter School 6th graders perform what happened when Spanish colonizer Juan de Oñate arrived at the Pueblo of Teypana  from Mexico City in 1598 (the pueblo was near present-day Socorro, 138 miles south of Santa Fe).

 
Título: El cuento de un niño de Socorro, por Sheri Armijo
A Child's Story of Socorro

Spanish Translation WORD (25 KB) PDF (424 KB)
 

El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, the Santa Fe Trail, and the Old Spanish Trail converged in Santa Fe. Which one goes to Missouri? Which one goes to Mexico City? Which one goes to California?

What was the purpose of each trail? Watch and find out here!

 

All Trails Lead to Santa Fe!

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Duration:
30 minutes, 34 seconds

Fourth and fifth graders from Carlos Gilbert Elementary School in Santa Fe, New Mexico perform an awesome musical covering three historic trails: El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, Santa Fe, and Old Spanish.

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El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail
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