Acknowledgements

This Abiquiú Area Visitors Guide is provided as a service of Luciente, Inc., a non-profit charity serving Rio Arriba County, NM. 

 

The telling of the Abiquiú area story relies on:

Lesley Poling-Kempes, Valley of Shining Stone: The Story of Abiquiú

Robert J. Torrez & Robert Trapp, Rio Arriba: A New Mexico County

Malcolm Ebright & Rick Hendricks, The Witches of Abiquiú:
The Governor, The Priest, The Genízaro Indians, and the Devil

Suzanne Forrest, The Preservation of the Village: New Mexico’s Hispanics and the New Deal

John R. & Christine M. Van Ness, eds, Spanish & Mexican Land Grants in New Mexico and Colorado

Much of this website uses source material from the original, print-only version of the Abiquiú  Visitors Guide, developed in 2014 by Luciente with support from local businesses and individuals. Special thanks to Beth Ferguson, who led the development of the 2014 Guide.

Comments on this website may be emailed to: info@lucienteinc.org

Special Thanks to New Mexico TechWorks and the Community Learning Network for their help and support in developing our website. We are proud to be part of the regional "1,000 websites in 1,000 days" campaign.

The Abiquiu Area Guide is a project of Luciente, Inc., a non-profit charity serving Rio Arriba County.

 

Partial funding for AbiquiuGuide.org was granted by the County of Rio Arriba Lodger's Tax.


Created with support from New Mexico Techworks 
as part of the "1,000 websites in 1,000 days"campaign

of the Community Learning Netowrk.