What's in a Name? - Page 2 of 2 - Albuquerque Journal
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James Fulton Zimmerman unapologetically set out to create the ...
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The main campus library now bears ... The main campus library now bears his name.
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Before the UFO, Roswell was part of the story ...
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It was businessman Van C. Smith ... It was businessman Van C. Smith and his partner Aaron Wilburn who in 1869 helped stack the adobe bricks that would become the city's ...
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The capital of chile is ...
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Before the spicy pepper put it ... Before the spicy pepper put it on the map, Hatch got its name from a Civil War general
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The Barelas neighborhood got its start as a 17th ...
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One of the city's oldest communities, ... One of the city's oldest communities, Barelas is a triangular-shaped area south of Coal, sandwiched between Interstate 25 and the Rio Grande.
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Celebrating 50 years, El Rancho de las Golondrinas named ...
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This year the ranch celebrates 50 ... This year the ranch celebrates 50 years as a living history museum but that designation is only one chapter of its story that continues ...
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Inspired by the river nearby, settlers called the area ...
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The name existed before Albuquerque was ... The name existed before Albuquerque was even an idea.
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Historic building named for a former Spanish governor of ...
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De Anza Motor Lodge, opened by ... De Anza Motor Lodge, opened by Charles Garrett Wallace in 1939, was named for Juan Bautista de Anza II.
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Mountain town get its name from the strange glow ...
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Today people visit Angel Fire to ... Today people visit Angel Fire to ski, play golf, visit Eagle Nest Lake, fish, hunt and mountain bike.
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Downtown building gets its name from 16th century explorer
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To understand how the Alvarado Transportation ... To understand how the Alvarado Transportation Center got its name, one must follow a line of bread c ...