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End of an Era

Sarah Thal
"By this time most of the sod houses and barns had been replaced by frame buildings, and such luxuries as buggies and driving horses became common.... Year by year wild ducks and geese became scarcer, the storms became fewer and less severe and the Northern Lights less mysterious."

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End of an Era "Over time, Jewish farmers joined an urban migration, using their hard-won land to finance further dreams in larger Jewish communities where their children might attend religious schools and marry within the faith."

Elizabeth Jameson,
University of Calgary



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An online exhibition from the Palace of the Governors / New Mexico History Museum, organized by TREX
Traveling Exhibitions Program, with generous support from the Dobkin Family Foundation.