6 edition of Nina Otero-Warren of Santa Fe found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-245) and index.
|LC Classifications||F804.S29 S759 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||254 p. :|
|Number of Pages||254|
|LC Control Number||94003214|
In Adelina (Nina) Otero Warren, a member of New Mexico's landed Hispanic elite and later a successful businesswoman, won election as superintendent of schools for Santa Fe, New Mexico. She was re-elected until Otero-Warren lobbied for woman suffrage, supporting the Congressional Union, and became an active member of the Republican party. This new edition is a facsimile of the original edition with a forward by Charlotte T. Whaley, author of Nina Otero-Warren of Santa Fe. Sample Chapter Secure Movie & TV Rights Inside This Book Softcover: 6 X 9 ISBN: pp.,$ eBook: ISBN: pp.,$
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Nina, who was 26 at the time, married Warren on J becoming Nina Otero-Warren. After their Santa Fe wedding, Nina and Rawson moved back to Fort Wingate. Unhappy in her marriage, Nina divorced her husband after only two years, and returned to Santa Fe.
Nina Otero-Warren was born to a prominent Spanish land-owning family in Las Lunas, New Mexico, then a territory of the United States.
She moved with her family to Santa Fe when her uncle Miguel Otero was appointed territorial governor, and it is with that city that she is most closely by: 3. Adelina (Nina) Otero Warren—suffragist, educator, politician, entrepreneur, and writer-- was born in in La Constancia, New Mexico, near Los Lunas.
She was the second child of Manuel B. Otero and Eloisa Luna Otero. Nina Otero-Warren was born to a prominent Spanish land-owning family in Las Lunas, New Mexico, then a territory of the United States. She moved with her family to Santa Fe when her uncle Miguel Otero was appointed territorial governor, and it is with that city that she is most closely identified.
Otero-Warren was intimately involved in the history of New Mexico through her own activities and. Nina Otero-Warren of Santa Fe book “Nina” Otero Warren was a leader in the state’s suffrage movement and one of the state’s first female government officials.
The daughter of Manuel B. Otero and Eloisa Luna, members of two of New Mexico’s most influential Hispano families, María Adelina. Nina Otero-Warren's Spanish conquistador ancestors dramatically altered the social and political landscape in Santa Fe, New Mexico more than three hundred years before she herself made waves as a twentieth-century suffragist, educator, political leader, and businesswoman.
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~ The three original Homestead houses are still standing and cared for by Nina Otero’s great-nieces and great-nephews, who love the land and history. Otero-Warren, a former superintendent of Santa Fe schools, bears much of the responsibility for pushing the 19th Amendment, which guaranteed women the right to vote, through the New Mexico.
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Together, the two ran a successful real-estate agency. She continued to remain a part of Santa Fe politics and society; she also remained an advisor and matriarch for her family.
In all of hers years, Nina never once re married, or had any children. But she still lived a happy and fulfilling life. Nina Otero-Warren died on January 3, Nina Otero-Warren of Santa Fe. Santa Fe: Sunstone Press, Santa Fe: Sunstone Press,  Census of lists Cleofas, Arabella, and Marie as residents of Las Vegas, but Cleofas was the superintendent of the state petitionary in Santa Fe.
Nina Otero-Warren's Spanish conquistador ancestors dramatically altered the social and political landscape in Santa Fe, New Mexico more than three hundred years before she herself made waves as a twentieth-century suffragist, educator, political leader, and businesswoman.
With ancestry traced to in Spain, Otero-Warren was born in Los Lunas inwent away to college in Saint Louis, returned to New Mexico and settled in Santa Fe in Her illustrious political career helped shape the state before it was a state.
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Born inNina saw New Mexico change from a mostly rural territory of sheep and cattle ranches operated by a few Hispanic ricos Pages: Nina Otero-Warren of Santa Fe. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Nina Otero-Warren; Nina Otero-Warren: Material Type: Biography, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Charlotte Whaley.
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