La Herencia 1994-2009 is the only publication in New Mexico to have documented all aspects of Hispanic culture with the help of historians, academics and most importantly, lay people who shared their recollections for future generations.

This 348-page, searchable index features more than 30,000 entries of the work published in the 64 issues of La Herencia.

The electronic files feature a one-time download feature that can be reprinted onto individual computers but cannot be sent to others.

La Herencia Vol. 35

Fiesta queens share memories from their reign at the Santa Fe Fiesta. The tale of Zozobra’s great escape. Hispanic families toil in the potato fields to make ends meet. La Llorona visits a mining camp and the Devil comes to a community dance. Plus genealogy, New Mexico history, folklore, vintage photos, oral histories, and personality profiles.

La Herencia Vol. 34

New Mexico and the Hispanic artists who continue to preserve New Mexico’s legacy. El Cucuy kept children in line in a bygone era.  Memories from the villages of Márquez, Valmora ,and San Miguel. Herbal remedies, patron saints, recipes, and Sephardic traditions of New Mexico. Plus poetry, genealogy, New Mexico history, folklore, vintage photos, oral histories, and personality profiles.

La Herencia Vol. 33

The enduring legacy of Frida Kahlo. Padre José Antonio Martínez and his contributions to New Mexico’s history. Sainthood for Juan Diego. Semana Santa in Guatemala. Herbal remedies, patron saints, recipes, and Sephardic traditions of New Mexico. Plus genealogy, New Mexico history, folklore, vintage photos, oral histories, and personality profiles.

 

La Herencia Vol. 32

The first colonists in New Mexico celebrate Christmas, and today, their traditions continue. The origins of family nicknames. Remembrances of a young boy kidnapped by the Indians. Herbal remedies, patron saints, recipes, and Sephardic traditions of New Mexico. Plus poetry, genealogy, New Mexico history, folklore, vintage photos, oral histories, and personality profiles.

La Herencia Vol. 31

The origins of food in New Mexico and its national popularity. Heeding the lessons of our elders.

New Mexico’s cultural awakenings through language, music, food, and religion. Herbal remedies, patron saints, recipes, and Sephardic traditions of New Mexico. Plus genealogy, New Mexico history, folklore, vintage photos, oral histories, and personality profiles.


La Herencia Vol. 30

America’s Route 66 and its impact in New Mexico. Tributes to an agrarian way of life. The historic train wreck in Quay County. Herbal remedies, patron saints, recipes, and Sephardic traditions of New Mexico. Plus genealogy, New Mexico history, folklore, vintage photos, oral histories and personality profiles.

La Herencia Vol. 29

The influx of international miners in Socorro adds to New Mexico’s diversity. The early days of Santa Fe history is recounted. Herbal remedies, patron saints, recipes, and Sephardic traditions of New Mexico. Plus genealogy, New Mexico history, folklore, vintage photos, oral histories, and personality profiles.

La Herencia Vol. 28

Santa Fe’s Archbishop Jean B. Lamy and his controversial legacy. Memories from the villages of La Nutrias, Valencia, Española, and Pojoaque. Herbal remedies, patron saints, recipes, and Sephardic traditions of New Mexico. Plus poetry, genealogy, New Mexico history, folklore, vintage photos, oral histories, and personality profiles.

La Herencia Vol. 27

New Mexico’s grand opening of the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque. The Manifest Destiny revisited. The roots of northern New Mexico Spanish and Chicano Ebonics. Herbal remedies, patron saints, recipes, and Sephardic traditions of New Mexico. Plus genealogy, New Mexico history, folklore, vintage photos, oral histories, and personality profiles.

La Herencia Vol. 26

Vicente Silva, a Las Vegas legend. Memories from the villages of Cubero, Tomé, and Pecos. Corridos: storytelling through music. Herbal remedies, patron saints, recipes, and Sephardic traditions of New Mexico. Plus poetry, genealogy, New Mexico history, folklore, vintage photos, oral histories, and personality profiles.