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Snow, Sheep, and the Santa Fe Trail: The Environmental History of the Battle of Glorieta Pass - Shared screen with speaker view
Carol Girvan
40:28
someone else is talking
Marissa R. Roybal, Blackdom Productions Ltd. Co., COO
51:25
Let's not forget "American" settlers were mixing up and instigators of the existing complexities here by the 1700s.
Marissa R. Roybal, Blackdom Productions Ltd. Co., COO
01:01:55
Essentially no Jim Crow Laws to be enforced in Mexico's Northern Frontier aka The New Mexico Territory.
bealtom
01:17:53
Can you follow Chivington's route over the mesa?
Eric Sainio
01:18:46
Not really. There are a number of Forest Service roads going over the Mesa, but most descriptions of the route are unclear and there wasn
Eric Sainio
01:18:57
wasn't much left behind.
Eric Sainio
01:19:22
So, you can go for a drive in the general area, but not the exact route.
Nancy Craig
01:19:55
They used the Galisteo Road. yes
Nancy Craig
01:20:06
?
Eric Sainio
01:20:34
By most descriptions, yes.
Nancy Craig
01:21:51
Did Sibley come north through Galisteo?
Eric Sainio
01:23:52
Galisteo the town didn't exist yet. Pigeon's Ranch was the closest development, and the Confederates only made it about a mile beyond that. Sibley himself is never noted as visiting the troops there in Glorieta Pass.
Angelica
01:27:19
Very vivid descriptions! Thank you!
Nancy Craig
01:27:21
Why is Glorieta Creek so dry now?
Nate Welch
01:27:22
Thank you!
Walt Wadlow|WaterNow
01:27:22
Very Interesting Dr. McClellan!!! Thank you!!!
Ray Ann Sullivan
01:27:26
Thank you so much
Byron Parker
01:27:49
Thank you for the presentation!
Darrel Owen
01:27:50
Nice presentation.
Nichole
01:28:01
Nice walk through of the basics, thanks for your perspective.
Debbie Roberts
01:28:06
Thank you! Very nice presentation.
Carol Girvan
01:28:32
thank you
TOMKAREN
01:28:43
Thank you for this presentation!
blatanich
01:28:45
Excellent. Thanks!
suzanschaaf
01:28:47
Thank you Guy and Eric for a great presentation.
Jonathan Hedstrom
01:28:48
OK WAIT
Karl’s iPad
01:28:48
Great perspective on the battle. Thank you!
Carol Clark
01:29:00
Good job Guy!!!
Montie W. Avery
01:29:01
ENJOYED THANKS
leeakreutzer
01:29:11
Really interesting!
Kathy Wester
01:29:13
Very interesting, thanks!
bealtom
01:29:19
Remind people there is a great interpretive trail of the battle
Jonathan Hedstrom
01:29:21
Oops. Sorry . Can you please talk about how NPS and native communities now?
Jayce
01:29:26
Well done!
william
01:29:34
Thank you so much! We learned so much and we appreciate your fun and engaging presentation!
Meg Frisbie
01:29:54
Great presentation!
blatanich
01:30:34
That's right
TOMKAREN
01:31:05
Loved our visit to Pecos NHP back in 2016!
Fran DeMillion
01:31:28
Thank you for a great presentation I’m reading Chernows book on Grant…..DId Grant fight in this area
Walt Wadlow|WaterNow
01:32:30
Fascinating perspective says Alison!!!
Nancy Craig
01:32:45
Need the gate combo to tour the battlefield
Patricia's iPad
01:33:32
How do we find out about the future land preservation in the area
Nichole
01:33:46
How rugged is the battle trail for hiking (for someone coming from 800ft - Minnesota)
Jonathan Hedstrom
01:33:49
Thank you for the answer Where can we find this talk later?
Fran DeMillion
01:34:16
Will there be a recording of of this talk available
Nancy Craig
01:34:22
Trail is pretty gentle
Carter Barnwell
01:34:50
Thanks Dr. Guy! Very educational.
Robbie
01:35:22
Thank you!
william
01:35:28
Yay! Thank you!!
Melissa Vigil
01:35:29
Thank you!
Nancy Craig
01:35:30
Great talk!!! Thanks
Nichole
01:35:35
Really cool talk - thanks again.
TOMKAREN
01:35:38
See everyone tomorrow night!
Jonathan Hedstrom
01:35:50
Thank you very much! Apprreciate!