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|Francis Ray, Theresa Trujeque, Robert Trujillo and Clay Campbell at the Open House.|
Few buildings in central New Mexico highlight as much local history as the Hubbell House. Located along El Camino Real, the oldest continuously used European roadway in North America, its name comes from the family who built it in the years following the Civil War. It was originally the private residence of James L. (Santiago) Hubbell and Juliana Gutierrez-Hubbelland their twelve children; it later served at various times as a trading post, a stagecoach stop and the local Post Office.
The Hubbell House Alliance is a non-profit organization formed by the Committee to Preserve the Hubbell Property. The proposed Hubbell Demonstration Farm and Living History Museum will provide many benefits to the community including job training for South Valley youth, local history tutorials, economic development for small-scale sustainable agriculture and advocacy of organic farming methods.
Feel free to contact us with any questions about our project. Let us know if you would like to contribute some of your time as a Hubbell House Volunteer and help make our project a success. All are welcome! Thank you for your interest.
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