Search help

Item Details

San Miguel Church
Description2 pages
City, StateSanta Fe, NM
DenominationCatholic Church
SubjectFine Arts
NotesSan Miguel, lust a couple hundred feet west of the oldest house in Santa Fe, was built by the Spaniards as a chapel for their Tiascalan Indian servants from Mexico. The record of the date was no doubt burned during the Pueblo rebellion, 1680, when the chapel sustained considerable damage. Extensive repairs were made in 1712, 1830, and again in 1888 when the stone buttresses were added to the front.
CollectionJames R. Tanis Collection of Church Postcards
ContributorPrinceton Theological Seminary
RightsCopyright Not EvaluatedCopyright Not EvaluatedDigitized collections are made accessible for purposes of education and research. More...
Open Alternate Viewer