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Original route sign for Santa Fe Trail. These signs have been placed along the Santa Fe National Historic Trail through a partnership between the National Park Service and the Santa Fe Trail Association, the Chapters of the SFTA, and local entities.
New Mexico Scenic Drive: Santa Fe Trail
Ride the historic Santa Fe Trail in the footsteps of Western pioneers Spanish missionaries and American Indian traders. Enjoy prairie vistas rugged landscapes and the other Las Vegas along the way. Learn more.
916 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, NM, Spectacular compound with the style and feel of an authentic old world hacienda. The substantial main house has a secluded, single level guesthouse that is completely separate and private with its own driveway and off-street covered parking. The landscaping is established and inviting, ideal for inside-outside entertaining with beautiful balconies and courtyards.
Love some of this. The red needs to be broken up a little, maybe by small silver beads.
Colorado Scenic Byway: Santa Fe Trail | Colorado.com
The Old Santa Fe Trail
The Old Santa Fe Trail - Travel and Leisure
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Map of the Santa Fe Trail Location Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico Established 1821 Governing body National Park Service @ http://www.pinterest.com/rjburkhart3/kansas-virtual-tours/
Title: The Old Santa Fe Trail: The store of a Great Highway Author: Colonel Henry Inman Publication: The Macmillan Company, New York Publication Date: 1899 Book Description: Green hardback. 493 pages with 5 full page black and white plate images of life on the Santa Fe Trail. Call Number: CIRCUS F 786 .I57
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Loretto Chapel Santa Fe
Santa-Fe-Trail-Route-Map - the trail ends in Independence. A part of it veers to Ft. Leavenworth. Between 1821 and 1860, the Santa Fe Trail was primarily a commercial highway connecting Missouri and Santa Fe, New Mexico. From 1821 until 1846, it was an international commercial highway used by Mexican and American traders.