Tue, 24 November 2015
It’s well-known, at least among Santa Feans, that ours is one of the oldest cities in the country. Just how old can be eye-opening to almost anyone, but the Office of Archaeological Studies of the Museum of New Mexico works to unearth and shed light on the state’s history from the earliest times into the 20th century. It is frequently called in when there is excavation going on to determine exactly what is underground and how it ties into the many centuries of New Mexican history. KSFR’s Alan Dee spoke with the director of the Archaeological Center, Eric Blinman.