Cíbola and Yootó Hahoodzo

This entry is part 1 of 10 in the series New Mexico

Cíbola and Yootó Hahoodzo Though the name “Mexico” now emblazons the 10th-most-populated nation on the planet, it originally referred to a specific location. In Nahuatl, Mēxihco was the name for the Valley of Mexico, a region that surrounded the mega-city of Teotihuacan. Those who lived there – the Mexica – oversaw the Aztec Empire. When the Spanish conquered […]

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Maine by Deborah Stout As Kyle has mentioned in a few of his articles, we are new parents!  Since he has been working hard on keeping the newsletter going while also learning to be (a great) dad, I thought I would gift him a break by writing a guest article.  I chose the topic to

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