Another Spanish explorer was Juan Onate. In Moodle are three articles about him and his . . . accomplishments (?). Read the one from the Texans’ Perspective first, then the one from New Mexico, and finally the Missing Foot article.

Another Spanish explorer was Juan Onate. In Moodle are three articles about him and his . . . accomplishments (?). Read the one from the Texans’ Perspective first, then the one from New Mexico, and finally the Missing Foot article. When you finish, write a paragraph addressing the questions below: You basically read 3 different versions of the same man. What differences between these versions? Why do you think these differences exist? Why is the story told differently? Should the statue have been repaired? What is your opinion? Why? This question asks important questions about our public memory and about history. Who should get to contribute to history? A public statue is a form of public memory—ways that we collectively commemorate important people or events—statues, battlefields, art in public places, ceremonies, etc—what does this statue’s story say about public memory?