Forts, Stagecoaches and Churches Unit 10 Part 4 Forts, Stagecoaches and Churches In the 1850s, Indians raids in NM continued.
Navajos and Apaches raided settlers. The settlers lost lives and livestock. In response, the army built forts on the main roads and trails of NM. Forts, Stagecoaches and Churches The Butterfield Overland Mail Company was the
leading stagecoach line. By 1858 Butterfield stages ran twice a week from St. Louis, Missouri, to San Francisco, California. The Butterfield stages helped link NM to the rest of the country. Forts, Stagecoaches and Churches
Soon after becoming a territory in 1850, NM also got a new leader for its Catholic Church, Jean B. Lamy, born in France. A stern man, he arrived in NM in 1851, becoming the bishop two years later.
Forts, Stagecoaches and Churches Lamy studies the behavior of NMs priests. He believed the priests lacked discipline. He disliked their carefree lifestyle. He disliked the way they ran their churches. So he began a reform program.
Forts, Stagecoaches and Churches Lamy also saw the need to provide more schools for NM. He supervised the building of parochial schools. There were schools for girls as well as boys. By 1900 NM had 15 Catholic schools.
Forts, Stagecoaches and Churches Bishop Lamy also oversaw the building of 45 new churches. In 1869 Lamy began building a stone cathedral in Santa Fe. This cathedral is St. Francis Cathedral. In 1875 Lamy became the first
archbishop of Santa Fe. Forts, Stagecoaches and Churches Soon after coming under US rule, Protestants began arriving in NM. In 1854 Baptists built a church in Santa Fe, the first Protestant church
built in NM. Forts, Stagecoaches and Churches Presbyterians and Methodist arrived in NM in the 1850s. Episcopalians followed shortly thereafter. Protestant churches in the 1850s and 1860s stressed missionary work among Indians.
Forts, Stagecoaches and Churches Jews began to arrive in NM in the 1840s. The first was a German Jew named Jacob Solomon Spiegelberg. He arrived with Kearny in 1846. Others soon followed, setting up stores.
Forts, Stagecoaches and Churches Jews sought others with a similar religious background. Their first formal congregation got its starts in Las Vegas in 1884.
Forts, Stagecoaches and Churches Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints also moved to NM. They had first settled in Utah; irrigation projects there had enabled the Mormons to prosper.
Forts, Stagecoaches and Churches From Utah Mormon families moved to nearby areas. In the 1870s they moved into western NM. They settled at Ramah near Gallup. Today, NM has an active Mormon community.
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