Susan e wallace was the wife of lew wallace governor of new mexico territory from 1878 1881 when they moved to the southwest she began sending articles to magazines and literary publications with an eye for detail and a knack for being the right places when it came to recognizing important moments whether in history of a place or daily life she was there. The land of the pueblos southwest heritage series susan e wallace on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers the land of the pueblos southwest heritage series. Susan returned to crawfordsville at 18 and met lew wallace at a party at her sister and brother in laws home although lew was a struggling lawyer and her father did not approve of the match lew and susan became engaged the pair married may 6 1852 and moved to covington about thirty miles from crawfordsville. Wallace writes about forcing open a heavy wooden door into a locked and forgotten room in the palace of the governors in santa fe what she uncovered was a pile of jumbled papers some of them dating back to the 1600s the land of pueblos documents the past by a person who was truly in the land where she lived
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