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The Genízaro and the Artist: Stories from…

The Genízaro and the Artist: Stories from New Mexico Villages

by Garcia & Dunn

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Really interesting & comfortable read about the history of Napoleón Garcia's family, of his home town, Abiquiú, and of his years working for Georgia O'Keefe. Great old photos. "Genízaro" is an old New Mexican term for a person with both Native American & colonial Spanish ancestry. As of 2013, Garcia still had open hours at his home & woodcarving studio in the center of Abiquiú and welcomed visitors there.
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