Multimedia Presentations

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Duration:
1 minute, 58 seconds

Depicting conditions of Fort Union's remnants before it became a National Monument, this silent film has aided Fort Union National Monument tremendously in our interpretive, administrative and preservation efforts in presenting the story of Fort Union in all its apsects accurately. Our gratitude goes forth to the family of these "early days" visitors who donated this film.

NOTE: The caption for the prison is incorrect. Neither Geronimo or Billy the Kid were imprisioned at Fort Union.

 
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Duration:
7 minutes, 26 seconds

Discover the story of Fort Union and its role in the shaping of the American Southwest through a series of historical photographs interlaced with time lapse video, Civil War drill, and haunting song.

 
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Duration:
7 minutes, 26 seconds

Discover the story of Fort Union and its role in the American Southwest through a series of historical photographs interlaced with time lapse video, Civil War drill, and haunting song.

 

Special Events and Program Announcements

 
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Duration:
2 minutes, 15 seconds

Discover how the period of 1876-1881  pressed both Fort Union and its soldiers to near breaking points, while simultaneously and permanently altering the Southwest’s culture, economy, and industry.

 
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Duration:
2 minutes, 16 seconds

Fort Union National Monument invites you to attend the this special US Citizenship Naturalization ceremony on May 8, 2015 at 1:00 pm

 
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Duration:
2 minutes, 50 seconds

On Thursday, April 9, 2015 at 1:15 pm Fort Union National Monument will be joining national parks and communities across by ringing bells to mark the symbolic end of the Civil War 150 years ago, and the pivotal beginning of freedom and civil rights.

 
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Duration:
2 minutes, 2 seconds

Join Ranger Grag Baker and learn about the lesser known battles and campaigns conducted against Native Americans by the New Mexican Volunteers during the tine of the Civil War. This compelling presentation, entitled "Continued Conflict: The New Mexico Volunteers and the Revival of the Indian Wars 1863-1866" will take place take place at 7:00PM on Thursday, March 19, 2015 at the CCHP/Santa Fe Trail Interpretive Center Building at 116 Bridge Street Las Vegas, New Mexico.

 

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Last updated: June 5, 2015

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PO Box 127
Watrous, NM 87753

Phone:

(505) 425-8025

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