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One Thousand White Women, The Journals of May Dodd

Jim Fergus St. Martins Griffin, 1998 Fergus took an obscure historical event, played with it, and wrote fictional imaginative history. It is true that in 1854 a Cheyenne chief proposed an unprecedented exchange to U.S. army officers. Cheyenne culture was … Continue reading

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Italy Amalfi Coast

After a two+ weeks vacation in Italy there is everything to say. It is beautiful. Historical. Fun. None of the words I can think of at the moment will bring it alive as it deserves. We were with 22 other … Continue reading

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Pasta With Garbanzo Beans Soup

Small Plates, Appetizers as Meals Marguerite Marceau Henderson Gibbs Smith, 2006 Simple. Satisfying, Beautiful. Inventive. Traditional. These are the words I use to describe the recipes developed and/or refined by Marguerite Marceau Henderson. She is the only cookbook author that … Continue reading

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The Guaymas Chronicles, La Mandadera

David E. Stuart University of New Mexico Press, 2003 Following an anthropologist through a study can be a surprising treat or a boring exercise with many skipped sentences in search of what you’re trying to glean. I brought this book … Continue reading

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