Monthly Archive for: ‘May, 2012’

Telling the Frontier Story with a Community Perspective at Fort Union


By Catherine Moore, Cultural Resources Program Manager for NPCA’s Center for Park Research Fort Union National Monument in New Mexico is a small unit of the National Park System that tells a big story, much different from the typical soldiers-and-Indians narrative one might expect at a frontier fort. Fort Union was established in 1851 to guard the Santa Fe Trail. The trail [...]

Posted on: May 1 2012
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