Santo Niño Historic Church
At the intersection of State Highways 333 & 337
Tijeras, New Mexico
The New Mexico Genealogical Society
in conjunction with the East Mountain Historical Society
The Towns of the Sandia Mountains
Mike Smith, historian and author
The Sandia Mountains have been home to people for millennia. From Navajo, to Spanish, to American Civil War soldiers and beyond, many people have traveled through and lived in this area. Mike Smith collected photographs and stories about this place, and published it in his popular book “The Towns of the Sandia Mountains.” Now, The New Mexico Genealogical Society in cooperation with the East Mountain Historical Society presents this author and his stories.
Mike Smith will be selling and signing copies of his book at the program.
Directions: The Santo Niño Historical Church is located at the intersection of State Highways 333 and 337 in Tijeras, New Mexico. From I-40, take the Tijeras exit. At the stoplight, turn right, and travel West, past the library. The church should be easy to spot from there.
For more information about the East Mountain Historical Society, visit their website at http://www.eastmountainhistory.org/.
For more information about the New Mexico Genealogical Society, visit our website at http://www.nmgs.org/.