James Silas Calhoun: First Governor of New Mexico Territory and First Indian Agent. Sherry’s research on this little known, yet important, character in New Mexico history took many years.

Books that are written to help kids understand the Navajo story.

Stephen's second book in the Trouble with Miracles trilogy is really two books in one with lots of action. 

Seasons of Rock Art on the Colorado Plateau.

 Myths, stories, and culture, told by ballads of the Old West. Interview with Steve Comier on the Scott Michlin Morning Program.

 Continuing our series on banned books, Dr. Robison talks about the history of banned books in America.

DAR VietNam Veterans Honors: March 29 10am, Farmington
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SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No 13 in B flat minor op 113 “Babi Yar”,written in memory of the over 33,000 Jews murdered in Babi Yar, Ukraine in 1941. Shostakovich set 5 poems by Yevgeny Aleksandrovich Gangnus to music in 5 movements. Valery Gergiev conducts the Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra

 Dedicated to Jozef Koprinski 
“Hope, not Hate part 2” is the first program in a series of transitional music and composers who survived the death camps of Nazi Germany and Poland after WW2
Farmington Museum Update: Bart Wilsey
- The E3 Children's Museum and Science Center has re-opened!
- Current exhibits
- Upcoming exhibits
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