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. 25

New Mexican photographer John S. Candelario documents Native American culture. Albuquerque’s Old Town and its diverse population. Easter traditions of our ancestors continue today. 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. 24

The Franciscan order leaves Santa Fe after a 400-year presence. Nichos: a haven for santos. Memories from the villages of Antón Chico, Taos, Agua Fría, and Las Sauces. 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. 23

The life and death of Pancho Villa. Benjamin Read, Hispanic journalist and mentor. New Mexico vineyards 400 years old and going strong. 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. 22

The legacy of Hispano artists and the WPA. Connecting with horses the old-fashion way. Memories from the villages of Río Puerco,  Las Vegas, Pojoaque, and Santa Fe. Herbal remedies, patron saint,s and recipes and Sephardic traditions of New Mexico. Plus poetry, genealogy, New Mexico history, folklore, vintage photos, oral histories, and personality profiles.

La Herencia Vol. 21

The ten most popular stories in La Herencia 1994–1999. Oral traditions passed on through the ages. Sephardic traditions of New Mexico. The towns along the Pecos River. Herbal remedies, patron saints, and recipes. Plus genealogy, New Mexico history, folklore, vintage photos, oral histories, and personality profiles.


La Herencia Vol. 20

The many faces of Our Lady of Guadalupe. The Los Alamos Ranch School. Shoemaker serviced generations of families in Springer. Herbal remedies, patron saints, and recipes. Plus poetry, genealogy, New Mexico history, folklore, vintage photos, oral histories, and personality profiles.

La Herencia Vol. 19

El Kookooee and La Muerte instill fear in many. Santa Fe’s Cradle Home brought comfort to new mothers. The American cowboy in El Valle del Río. Herbal remedies, patron saints, and recipes. Plus genealogy, New Mexico history, folklore, vintage photos, oral histories, and personality profiles.

La Herencia Vol. 18

Memories from Los Alamos, Tucumcari, Pecos, Cerrillos, and Seboyeta. Herbal remedies, patron saints, and recipes. Slavery in New Mexico. Riding the train from Belén to Albuquerque. Plus poetry, genealogy, New Mexico history, folklore, vintage photos, oral histories, and personality profiles.

La Herencia Vol. 17

New Mexico celebrates 400th anniversary. Epic poem in Spanish documents first European settlement in U.S. El Morro’s historic clues to our past. Sephardic traditions. Herbal remedies, patron saints and recipes. Plus genealogy, New Mexico history, folklore, vintage photos, oral histories and personality profiles.

La Herencia Vol. 16

Los Matachines and the twelve Apostles. New Mexico’s forgotten churches. Remembrances from a childhood Christmas. Herbal remedies, patron saints and recipes. Plus poetry, genealogy, New Mexico history, folklore, vintage photos, oral histories, and personality profiles.