New Mexico is influenced by many cultures. The Native American influence abides in the Aztec Ruins National Monument, Three Rivers Petroglyph Site and scores of other historic locations. Hispanic culture is reflected in cuisine, crafts and architecture throughout the state. Cowboy traditions carry on at regional rodeos and dude ranches. The Buffalo Soldiers, a group of African Americans who fought in the Indian Wars, are commemorated with a monument in Albuquerque. The stark beauty of New Mexico’s landscape has long inspired artists. Museums dedicated to folk art, American Indian arts and Spanish colonial art exist throughout New Mexico. The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe keeps that artist’s legacy alive and is in possession of over 1,000 of her artworks. New Mexico offers countless opportunities for outdoor adventure, with skiing in the Rocky Mountains, hiking in the backcountry and clear blue skies that beckon balloonists and glider pilots. Notorious figures from New Mexico’s past include Billy the Kid and Pat Garrett, and the Billy the Kid Museum in Fort Sumner counts the outlaw’s spurs, chaps, rifle and original wanted poster among its 60,000 historic artifacts. Exciting attractions from New Mexico’s future are here as well, including Spaceport America, America’s first commercial spaceport. In Albuquerque, the University of New Mexico Hospital has been named one of America’s best companies for hourly workers by Working Mothers Magazine.