Collecting Culture

By Ross Altshuler In 1932, Dr. Harry Percival Mera (1875-1951), curator at the Laboratory of Anthropology, [...]

A Bid for the Canon

By Dr. Richard I. Ford, Allison Colborne and Gary Hein Attorney Royal A. Prentice (1877-1958) was successful [...]

It’s In the Telling

By Molly Boyle On January 20, 2021, when 22-year-old Amanda Gorman read her poem “The Hill We Climb” at [...]

Tracks Through Time

By Fred Friedman Confessions of a Trespasser Even before I was familiar with the Lamy branch line technically [...]

Like Butta

by Charlotte Jusinski Ever have a whole chunk of time at work go so smoothly you barely have to think about [...]

Pasó por Aquí

By Dr. Alicia M. Romero “For through the lack of expert help we made many detours, wasted time from so [...]

A Long Time Coming

By Charlotte Jusinski When I look at the table of contents of this issue of El Pal, one word immediately [...]

Most Strange

By J.C. Gonzo “The child’s corpse was exposed to view, decked with rosettes of brilliant hues, and [...]

A Drive Through Time

By Jayne C. Aubele We are familiar with the cultural diversity of New Mexico, reflected in its people, [...]
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