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  • I met Rick when I was a summer student in Socorro a few years back, and he's really knowledgeable and super-cool.

    Archive 2009-02-14

  • It also expanded the area of proposed places of use to any areas within Socorro, Catron, Sierra, Valencia, Bernalillo, Sandoval and Santa Fe counties that are in the Rio Grande Basin.

    mjh's blog — 2009 — November

  • In 2004, we (the rocking summer students in Socorro) stopped by Roswell on the way back from an observatory trip to visit the UFO Museum and Research Center.

    Archive 2008-09-03

  • Off topic question, as I have a character in Socorro right this moment looking at a firefly on her window.

    No Author Left Behind

  • I thought about your explosive new book while I watched the fireworks show in Socorro on the Fourth of July!

    New Mexico Vacation

  • While buying groceriesin Socorro, we bought a couple of brownies from kids having a bake sale in front of the Smith's.

    Archive 2004-09-01

  • He resides in Socorro, New Mexico, and was last seen there by his housemate in very early October.

    Boing Boing: November 30, 2003 - December 6, 2003 Archives

  • They're quite rare around here; maybe they have some up north, but I doubt they'd be in Socorro.

    No Author Left Behind

  • When Teel was on his way to Albuquerque after the war, he had occasion to stop at a Catholic church in Socorro.

    Breakfast With Carolyn Calceran, Great Granddaughter of Major Trevanion Teel, C.S.A.

  • The 57,191-acre refuge, where thousands of cranes and geese migrate each fall, is located along the Rio Grande south of Socorro, which is 80 miles south of Albuquerque.

    Durangoherald.com

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  • The Founding of Socorro

    In June 1598, Juan de Oñate led a group of Spanish settlers through the Jornada del Muerto, an inhospitable patch of desert that ends just south of the present day city of Socorro. As the Spaniards emerged from the desert, Piro Indians of the pueblo of Teypana gave the Spaniards food and water. Therefore, the Spaniards renamed this pueblo Socorro, which means "help" or "aid". Later, the name "Socorro" would be applied to the nearby Piro pueblo of Pilabó.- Wikipedia

    October 3, 2010