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Spanish colonial dwelling, Hall of Everyday Life, Museum of History and Technology, 1960sSpanish colonial dwelling, Hall of Everyday Life, Museum of History and Technology, 1960s

The architectural elements and furnishings for this eighteenth-century period room were collected in New Mexico during the mid-1960s by the Division of Ethnic and Western Cultural History, which was created to expand the Smithsonian's view of American history beyond its traditional focus on Anglo Americans in the northeastern United States.

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