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The Practice of Aural History

BY JACK LOEFFLER Imagine yourself camped in the Kuakatch Wash in an isolated area of the Sonoran Desert. It [...]

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Rooted In History

As I enter the Palace of the Governors, I often stop at the doorway on the left. It opens onto an austere room—the Office of the Governors—where locally made wooden chairs sit around a table, representing long gone administrations: Spanish, Mexican, Territorial. [...]