Walking in the Footsteps of the Navajo

Walking in the Footsteps of the Navajo

Nov 17, 2012

Using the same strategy, Carson burned crops, hogans (Navajo traditional homes), and destroyed their flocks of sheep and herds of horses. In December 1863, the first 500 Navajo endured the forced march to . . . . .

The Oil of . . . Thieves?

The Oil of  . . . Thieves?

Nov 16, 2012

After another week she definitely felt her grandson becoming stronger and responding through his eyes. Her daughter also acknowledged the improvements. It was a veritable miracle! Western-trained doctors gave. . .

The Noises of “Stress”

The Noises of “Stress”

Nov 15, 2012

Whatever the issue is you will be able to work through it now that you’ve had time to calm down and ensure that your kids are OK. Taking the time to sooth them has given you time to calm yourself as well. So, you have already. . .

Time Travel through Surf and Sand

Time Travel through Surf and Sand

Nov 12, 2012

Once you had enough of the sun, ocean and beach, you could walk for hours on the boardwalk and visit the quaint shops and eateries . . . many years before souvenirs of America were made in China!

A Gorgeous and Healthy “Head”

A Gorgeous and Healthy “Head”

Nov 11, 2012

But our European ancestors knew the benefits long before science began studying the nutritional content of this cruciferous vegetable. In ancient Greece and Rome, the burnt leaves of. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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

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