Annual Business Meeting

Election of officers and a review and report on the past year
and discuss plans and goals for the coming year.
The meeting starts promptly at 2:00 PM.

Featured Program

Panel Discussion

"Growing up at Taos Pueblo"
with John Suazo & Jonathan Warm Day

Saturday, February 6th, 2015
Kit Carson Electric Board Room
at 118 Cruz Alta Rd.

The TCHS Annual Business Meeting precedes the special program, "Growing Up At Taos Pueblo." The format of the program is as a panel discussion open to the attendees of this meeting. Featuring two prominent Taos Pueblo artists and writers talking about their recollections growing up at Taos Pueblo.

John Suazo was born in 1951 and attended the University of New Mexico (Albuquerque), Navajo Community College in Tsalle, AZ and Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, NM. In 2006 the Harwood Museum of Art presented a 30 year retrospective of his work. John Suazo is a stone sculptor whose work is characterized by simplifying forms, manly figurative human beings, birds and mammals. These subjects all related to his cultural traditions. He has received numerous awards and his work in represented in many public, private and corporate collections.

Jonathan Warm Day Coming is a well-known artists and writer who began woodcarving as a child and was introduced to art by this mother Eva Mirabal a highly esteemed artists. Jonathan studied art at University of New Mexico and his work is exhibited in various galleries and included in
several important collections. When writing, he draws inspiration from his personal experiences and his family's oral traditions.

The Society encourages support through membership.

The Taos County Historical Society was formed in 1952 for the purpose of "... preserving the history of the Taos area...". It is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization managed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Monthly meetings, the first Saturday of the month are held at Kit Carson Electric Boardroom with a featured speaker are open to the public and supported through memberships. These are also open to anyone upon payment of annual dues. For more information visit the Society's website,

Taos County Historical Society
has successully launched
"TAOS: A Topical History"

320 pages, 26 chapters and contributors.

Mil Gracias, A THOUSAND THANKS, does not begin to cover the many, many individuals to whom we owe a debt of gratitude. This debt is not only the living but also to those men and women who long ago began to preserve the journals and documents we now depend upon for knowledge of the past: the chroniclers who accompanied the explorers and settlers and who, dusty, tired and hungry, sat in the light of a candle to record in their journals the events of the day and the Franciscan clerics who made detailed reports of their canonical visits to the mission churches of Nuevo México.

Corina A. Santistevan
Acknowledgements in "Taos: A Topical History"

If you would like to order a copy from the
Taos County Historical Society
please send a check for $40 (book+shipping) payable to
Taos County Historical Society and mail to:

Taos County Historical Society
PO Box 2447
Taos, NM 87571

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PO Box 2447 • Taos, NM 87571