Presented by Sherry Hardage, Friends of Coronado Historic Site Docent, Writer, and Researcher
What items were traded between the Mesoamerican people before Columbus arrived in the new world? Where were their trade routes? How did they determine the value of goods? Find out as Friends Member, Sherry Hardage, presents her research on Mesoamerican trade.
Sherry Hardage was an electro-mechanical designer who worked in Los Alamos for 20 years and retired in 2009. She spent the next 5 years traveling to Europe, Mexico, and Asia. She wrote the Solo Traveler column for the Los Alamos Daily Post for several years and has written a book on Mexico. She is a docent and has been a member of Friends of the Coronado Historic Site since September 2016.
Admission to the lecture is $5 for adults; members of the Friends of CHS are FREE. For more information visit kuaua.com or call Barb at 815-978-5327.
Where: DeLavy House (Sandoval County Historical Society Museum), located on Edmund Rd & Hwy 550, Bernalillo. (Turn between I-Hop & Warrior Fuel Station – follow the gravel road.