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Journey of the Heart

Annette Gray is the author of Journey of the Heart, the definitive biography of Mamie Bernard Aguirre (1844 – 1906). This is the true story of a Southern belle who, at age 18, married into the Aguirre family and headed west along the Santa Fe Trail.

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Author talk–Onofre Tafoya

Join us Saturday, April 16, at 2:00 p.m. for a FREE presentation by local author Onofre Tafoya. Tafoya worked 38 years in the San Manuel Mine and is the author of two books on the subject. His first book, Mother

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Mary Melcher Food Talk–Saturday, April 2

Saturday, April 2, 2011 2:00 pm FREE! Mammoth Public Library in conjunction with the Oracle Historical Society, Mammoth Historical Society, Arizona Humanities Council, and the Smithsonian Institution is proud to present a talk by Mary Melcher about what Arizonans ate

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Cora Viola Slaughter presentation April 27

Join us for the next presentation in our Spring History Series on Tuesday, April 27 at 6:30 p.m. Our presenter will be Reba Wells Grandrud, former National Register Coordinator for the Arizona State Historic Preservation Office and Director of the

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History Presentation–Tuesday, April 20, 6:30 p.m.

Join us Tuesday, April 20, as Elena Díaz Björkquist talks about the lives of Mexican miners and their families. Here’s a description from the Arizona Humanities Council site: This talk and slide show presentation traces the lives of Mexican Americans

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Power Mine Shootout Presentation

Join Barbara Wolfe, author of Power, Passion, And Prejudice: Shootout In The Galiuro Mountains, along with Evaline Auerbach and John Medley for this presentation about what happened at the Power’s Mine on February 10, 1918. John Medley will show pictures

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Jim Turner presentation April 6!

Join us on Tuesday, April 6, as Jim Turner presents a FREE program on The Pima Villages: Oasis at a Cultural Crossroads. The presentation begins at 6:30. Here’s more information from the Arizona Humanities Council site: For almost two centuries,

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