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March 23, 2003 | Leo W. Banks, Leo W. Banks is a freelance writer based in Tucson, Ariz.
The thick mud of a Navajo Reservation back road has gotten the better of Father Cormac Antram's Chevy Blazer. We're stuck 10 miles from the nearest pavement, surrounded by sagebrush and spirits. But we have plenty of company. About 50 Navajos have gathered at a private cemetery in Coyote Canyon, about 25 miles northeast of Gallup, N.M., to bury one of their own. Blanche Charlie was 84, a respected member of the tribe and longtime friend of Antram.
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March 23, 2003 | Leo W. Banks, Leo W. Banks is a freelance writer based in Tucson, Ariz.
The thick mud of a Navajo Reservation back road has gotten the better of Father Cormac Antram's Chevy Blazer. We're stuck 10 miles from the nearest pavement, surrounded by sagebrush and spirits. But we have plenty of company. About 50 Navajos have gathered at a private cemetery in Coyote Canyon, about 25 miles northeast of Gallup, N.M., to bury one of their own. Blanche Charlie was 84, a respected member of the tribe and longtime friend of Antram.
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April 27, 2003
The article on Father Cormac Antram of the Navajo reservation ("The Holy Wind Talker," by Leo W. Banks, March 23) invites newfound hope that peace can be obtained between two very different cultures. Thank you for a great story. Karen J. Gendusie Oak View, Calif.
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