Trampas, a small village in mountainous northern New Mexico, is extremely well-preserved, both architecturally and culturally. This excellent state of preservation results from its isolated position. Trampas has retained the character of a Spanish-Mexican town of the nineteenth century, a rarity even in New Mexico which has not yet been subjected to the massive industrialization found in other parts of the United States.
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UNM Department of Art and Art History
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Van Deren Coke
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Harris, Louise A.. "The Preservation of Art, Architecture and Artifacts of Trampas, New Mexico." (1967). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/arth_etds/141