Lecture: Adventures along the Goodnight-Loving Trail at New Mexico History Museum November 7

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The Friends of History
Present 

 Adventures along the Goodnight-Loving Trail

A Discussion by
David Grant Noble
Writer, Photographer
 

Wednesday, 7 November 2018
Auditorium
New Mexico History Museum
      Noon     No Charge
Limited Seating

Along the Goodnight-Loving Trail.  Courtesy of David Grant Noble

This legendary cattle trail was blazed by Charles Goodnight and Oliver Loving in 1866. It ran from north-central Texas to southeastern New Mexico, then up the Pecos River to Fort Sumner, and north to Colorado and Wyoming. David Noble will discuss Goodnight and Loving and tell about the challenges they met as they drove their herds to market.
 
David Grant Noble has authored and edited many books on the history and archaeology of the Southwest, to include his work at the School for Advanced Research Press.  In 2003 he received the Victor Stoner Award from the Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society in recognition of his outstanding efforts to bring historical and archaeological awareness of the Southwest to the general public.  In 2011, he received the Emil Haury Award from the Western National Parks Association for "outstanding contributions in scientific research or other activities that advance the understanding and interpretation of the natural and cultural resources of western national parks." 

 
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