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The Fuel of Activism

BY SUZAN SHOWN HARJO Almost all of decades of meetings and visits with Herman Agoyo in New Mexico involved [...]

Spoon to City

BY LAURA ADDISON In a 1953 letter to friends back in Michigan, designer Alexander Girard enumerated what [...]

Family Ties

BY KATE NELSON Back in 1917, John Pickard had a problem. A renowned art historian and archaeologist at the [...]

A Dazzling Denizen

BY JESS MULLALY Alexander Girard might be thought of as the man at the beginning of the rainbow. As [...]

They Also Dug

BY CATHERINE S. FOWLER AND NANCY J. PAREZO If asked, could you name five or more archaeologists famous for [...]

Love is a Verb

BY LES DALY In the year 1968, America was in turmoil. It was a time of war, assassinations, riots, and [...]

The People’s Art

BY CHARLENE CERNY A Gathering of Voices: Folk Art from the Judith Espinar and Tom Dillenberg Collection, an [...]

The Captive

BY PAUL ANDREW HUTTON The Mexican soldiers came late in the Spring of 1855. The people saw them in the [...]

Dance of the Monarch

BY EMILY WITHNALL Thomas Haukaas (Lakota) beads like a painter. At first glance, a viewer might simply see [...]
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