|Doņa Ana County Historical Society
|Las Cruces, New Mexico
to encouraging and promoting a greater appreciation and knowledge of
the historical and cultural heritage of Southern New Mexico since 1963.
|Calendar Of Events / Programs
Meetings are held at the Las Cruces Good Samaritan Village in the Stucky Auditorium downstairs in the main activites building, 3011 Buena Vida Cir., at 7 p.m. unless otherwise specified. Monthly programs are free and open to the public.
|Sept. 17, 2015
||About the Murals of Las Cruces Project - NMSU students finding and recording the public murals found around Las Cruces.
|Oct. 15, 2015
story of the Hembrillo Battlefield where Warm Springs Apache, under
Victorio, battled U.S. Army Buffalo Soldiers in April 1880.
|Nov. 19, 2015
||Lorenzo Torres - fighting for workers rights in New Mexico and Arizona.
||No meeting because of the holidays.
||Annual Awards Banquet
|Our History and Mission
||How we started in 1963 and what we do. Logo background.
||Membership form. Print it from your browser, fill it out by hand and mail it with your check or bring to a monthly program.
||Newsletters as PDFs going back to 2006.
|Southern New Mexico Historical Review
collection of articles covering historical events and people in
Southern New Mexico. The Review as PDFs going back to 1994.
|Awards Luncheon Program
||An event program is printed each year for the annual luncheon. The luncheon programs as PDFs going back to 2013.
|Scholarships / Grants
DACHS has an endowment fund to help support area history researchers.
An application form is available for the different grants and / or
||A variety of publications the DACHS has available. GO HERE for a suggested reading list of books
covering Southern New Mexico's rich history -- from conquistadors to
|Award Categories & Forms
DACHS has numerous awards that are available for places
and people each year. Some have small cash awards associated with them. To see all Past Awards, GO HERE.
|Who We Are
||The board of directors and officers.
|How To Contact Us
||Addresses for snail mail and email.
|Other Links Of Interest
||A short list of links to sources for historical information