A modern culture in New Mexico, and the major culture from 1850 to today. The culture is distinguished by the supreme law of the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights, as well as their folklore, media, preservation, multiculturalism, and gastronomic influence; such as the preservation of multiple State and National Parks, the expansion of ancient New Mexican cuisine and musical techniques, and the prominence of American holidays like the 4th of July and Thanksgiving.
noun | encyclopedia/culture | Pronounced: \mek-si-kuhn\ | IPA: /ˈmɛk sɪ kən/ Definition of Mexican culture A modern culture in New Mexico, thriving from 1821 to today. The culture is distinguished by their folk arts from the Aztec, Maya, and Spanish, vibrant colors, and foods. When the colonies of New Spain gained their independence during the Mexican War of […]Continue reading
Pueblo. A modern culture in New Mexico, thriving from 1680 to today. The culture is distinguished by their architecture found in their ancient Pueblo buildings and the modern Pueblo Revival Style, also their clustered settlements in solitude, and their mastery of multiple textile arts. These peoples represent 19 Pueblo groups in New Mexico, all descended from the same […]Continue reading
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