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Sonnichsen, Tularosa: Last of the Frontier West (New York: Devin-Adair, 1960). p. 7. "17 Like a family, they quarrelled among themselves, even to the point of lead poisoning on occasion, but they were clannish when confronted by other ethnic groups. The confrontations are what the fictionists liked to play up. 18 His life spanned eighty-three years, from 1871 to 1954, long enough to see places he wrote about altered almost beyond recognition. 20 In one twenty-five year period, Raine wrote two novels each year, a production that brought him international popularity.

There, when shooting at what he thinks is a deer, he kills Cyrus on the very spot where Roger had died. His wife gives a wild shriek and At that moment, the withered topmost bough of the oak loosened itself, in the stilly air, and fell in soft, light fragments upon the rock, upon the leaves, upon Reuben, upon his wife and child, and upon Roger Malvin's bones. Then Reuben's heart was stricken, and the tears gushed out like water from a rock. The vow that the wounded youth had made, the blighted man had come to redeem.

270. 14 Erna Fergusson, New Mexico, pp. 275276. Page 25 the Catholic Church," labor unions which "discriminate turn out to be dominated by Texans," and even in education, where "New Mexico's old-time friendly equality" should take precedence, the tejano influence grows because "teachers who think like tejanos" come in to reap New Mexico's good salaries and retirement benefits. Efforts to educate tejanos have taken various forms, but the process has been slow and tedious, owing to the nature of the pupil.

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