The Magic Egg

The Magic Egg

Mar 17, 2013

Creating pysanky is a uniquely personal and spiritual experience. The symbols and colors and the combinations all mean something. No two pysanky . . .

Riding with “the Kid”

Riding with “the Kid”

Dec 12, 2012

“He was an awfully nice young fellow” Francisco recalled about Billy the Kid, “with light brown hair, blue eyes and rather big front teeth. He always dressed very neatly.” Francisco went on to describe Billy’s gunplay.

Taken

Taken

Nov 11, 2012

From 1937-1939 as part of the New Mexico Federal Writers’ Project, Edith Crawford, the representative in Lincoln County, collected a number of interviews of Lincoln County pioneers. They were never published and indeed were lost until

The Real Story Behind the Legend

The Real Story Behind the Legend

Oct 30, 2012

The Kid asked Bell to escort him to the “privy” (outhouse) behind the courthouse and Bell did just that. Billy was still in his leg irons, chains and handcuffs. Once back in the courthouse building, Billy made his move.

Bloodshed in Lincoln County

Bloodshed in Lincoln County

Oct 12, 2012

The Caseys formed a posse and sent word up and down the Rio Bonito for every man who could spare the time to meet up at Agua Azul to join Severanio
Apodaca and fight the Indians.

The Power Behind a Name

The Power Behind a Name

Sep 28, 2012

Geronimo attributed his numerous raiding successes to his special spiritual insights and abilities known to the Apache people as “Power.” He had an alleged invulnerability to gunshot, the faculty to walk

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