‘Health Care and Medicine in Colonial New Mexico’

Lecture by Cordelia Thomas Snow



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Event Description

Cordelia Thomas Snow, perhaps better known as Dedie Snow, has nearly 40 years experience in historic sites archaeology in New Mexico. Employed since 1996 at the Archaeological Records Management Section of the Historic Preservation Division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, Dedie began her archaeological career in New Mexico working with E Boyd at 16/3 (LA 16768) a 17th century colonial site on the Santa Fe River west of Agua Fria. 

Between 1974 and 1975 Dedie conducted excavations in the west end of the Palace of the Governors for the 
Museum of New Mexico and from 1998 through 2002, Snow was the project historian for test excavations conducted by the American Museum of Natural History in the church and convento at Mission San Marcos. 

In addition, Snow has authored or co-authored more than 50 articles and professional papers for the Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, El Palacio and other journals and books. Snow has been on the Board of Directors for the Historic Santa Fe Foundation since 2012.