Thursday , June 23rd, 2022
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
$12 General (free for 12-under, Members, and Veterans)
Following the Manito Trail is a cultural heritage exhibition that shares the migration experiences, creative practices, and largely untold stories of Manito (Hispanic New Mexican) families from Taos County and its surrounding area. These families carried their culture with them through their migrations to other states for seasonal and permanent work during the 19th and 20th centuries.
These migrations represent Manito family values in surviving, even if it meant leaving the homes they cherished. Their contributions significantly impacted the American West through their labor in sheepherding, coal mining, railroad construction, and the sugar beet fields.
Sponsored by the Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area and the New Mexico Humanities Council. Note: The museum is closed on April 17 and July 4.