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Santa Fe Photography Workshops - TRAVELS 2015

So thrilled to discover that I have received an Honorable Mention for one of my photographs – Wishing for Supper – in the Santa Fe Center for Photography Annual Juried Contest.   50 more words



There are very old stories about a migration to the East predating the Anasazi era that may tie into the Mississippians – stories that involve mounds. 741 more words

Preliminary Notes on Two Recently Discovered Inscriptions from La Corona, Guatemala

by David Stuart (The University of Texas at Austin), Marcello Canuto (Tulane University), Tomás Barrientos Quezada (Universidad del Valle de Guatemala), and Maxime Lamoureax St-Hillaire (Tulane University) 2,129 more words


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I have always been fascinated by the Maya civilization, and now with the hieroglyphics revealing the ancient past it becomes even more tantalizing.

Ivies and Pyramids

“Better to see something once than to hear about it a thousand times” -Asian Proverb

Our time in Mexico City had been flowing smoothly, but the two of us knew that before our time ended, we had to visit the… 1,630 more words

International Travel

on the trail we blaze | vintage maps of mesoamerica

As a child, I remember spending evenings at my grandparents’ house–far away on the Mainland, where we only visited semi-annually–pawing through shelves full of old yellow-spined  503 more words


The Emperor's New Groove

The Emperor’s New Groove
Rating: G
Run Time: 78 Minutes
Released: 2000
Director: Mark Dindal

Cultural Rating:

Although The Emperor’s New Groove depicts a non-white, non-Western culture, the film does very little to engage with disability, sexual orientation, or gender. 687 more words

Welcome to History 7!

Our summer reading for 2015 is The Well of Sacrifice by Chris Eboch.

Here are links and images to help you find out more about the book: 31 more words