Category Archives: Indian Culture and Ceremonies

Santa Fe Indian Market

There is nothing quite like Santa Fe Indian Market. See my video here. We had a great time making some new friends and seeing old ones. We sold a lot of books. This year we got there a day early … Continue reading

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Tom Jeffords’s Secret

With Carol Markstrom’s Jefford’s Secret as background music, I need to explain what Tom’s secret was. Tom knew where Cochise was buried. Many white men wanted to know but Tom would never tell. Alice Rollins Crane spent twenty years trying … Continue reading

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New Reviews of Massacre at Point of Rocks, Death on the Santa Fe Trail

Rae Whitley, Museum of the Horse Soldier, Tucson. Rae is a stickler for historical accuracy and detail. “I was cleaning up the museum and came across my copy of your book. I’m rereading it.”

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