Monthly Archives: May 2016

Wild Horses II

In my previous post, Castle McLauglin discussed how she got involved in the preservation of wild horses in North Dakota. Here, our conversation turns toward the historical significance of horses like these, and the place they might play in a … Continue reading

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Evangelical Hold ‘Em

Working with Native American archival materials, you run into some pretty odd stuff. In previous posts, I’ve described bullet-riddled war books and bloodly banners, but today I’m going to explore another set of objects quite common in these archives—playing cards. … Continue reading

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