Tag Archives: Diné

Scottsdale presentation and book signing

Post by Charnell Old Town Scottsdale is the epitome of a shopper’s paradise!  From beautiful southwestern jewelry and pottery to paintings and sculptures to fantastic food and drink (make mine a caramel macchiato, please), it’s all available within easy walking distance of Guidon … Continue reading

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Discovering Distant Relatives

Post by Vera Marie My sister and I are currently traveling in Canada–Nova Scotia to be exact–and have been learning about the Mi’kmaq people. (That name is pronounced Mee-maw. )What a surprise to learn that they are relatives of Quincy … Continue reading

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What’s in a Name?

Post by Vera Marie NOTE: I did not realize when I wrote this article that it would land in the middle of another name controversy. The code name Geronimo was used for the operation to kill Osama Bin Laden. Take … Continue reading

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Elmer Yazzie, Navajo Artist, Inspired by Tahoma

In the final chapter of the book Quincy Tahoma: The Life and Legacy of a Navajo Artist, we quote some American Indian artists who admired and were influenced by Tahoma.  But we had never met Navajo Artist Elmer Yazzie of Shiprock, … Continue reading

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