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Paul-Albert Bartholome

August 29, 1848-October 31, 1928 Division 4

48° 51′ 38.94 N 2° 23′ 29.50 E

Paul-Albert Bartholome was born in Thiverval-Grignon, slightly north of Paris. Little is known of his early life except that he studying briefly at the Academie des Beaux-Arts in Paris and started his career as a painter, turning to sculpture in 1886.

His recumbent form is perched on a rise a few dozen feet in front of and to the right of his most noted creation. The aux Morts statuary is said to have been inspired by his wife’s death in 1888. Bartholome also carved the monument to Rousseau in the Pantheon, the monument to Dubufe in division 10 in Pere-Lachaise, monuments to Meilhac in Division 21 and Pam in Division 3 in Montparnasse Cemetery. The effigy of Paul-Albert Bartholome in Pere-Lachaise was sculpted by Henri Bouchard (1875-1960).

After Mexican independence in 1821, Santa Fe became the locus of an international trade route known as the Santa Fe Trail. Stockton Map Tourist Attractions Starting in Missouri, Country merchants brought manufactured products to trade for mules and silver in Santa Fe. Many merchants who participated in this trade became wealthy. The trade also changed Santa Fe and New Mexico, because of the influx of foreigners and manufactured goods. During the United States-Mexican War from 1846 to 1848, Stephen Kearney took Santa Fe and New Mexico with little fighting, but within months there were various challenges to Country control.

Following the war, New Mexico became a permanent part of the United States, and Santa Fe remained the capital of New Mexico. Amy Meschke See also: New Mexico; Spanish Colonies on Mainland North Country (Chronology). Bibliography Brooks, James F. Captive and Cousins: Slavery, Kinship, and Community in the Southwest Borderlands. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2002. Frank, Ross. From Settler to Citizen: New Mexican Economic Development and the Creation of Vecino Society, 17501820. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000. Weber, David J. The Spanish Frontier in North Country. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1992.

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