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GREGORY MCNAMEE is a writer, editor, photographer, and publisher. He is the author or title-page editor of more than 40 books and author of more than 7,500 periodical pieces. He lives in Tucson, where he is the editor of Zócalo, Southern Arizona’s arts and culture magazine.
Project director Nancy Williams
taught at Sahuarita High School from
1969-2000, when Rio Rico High School didn't exist, educating students from all over the Canoa Heritage Area.
Growin' Up Canoa is an ongoing oral history preservation project that captures stories of these students who share what life was like then, and where they are today.
Missed sharing your story?
Join us on October 23, 2021 at the Longhorn in Amado for the movie/speaker event!
CAMERAS WILL BE ROLLING!
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Film Day Pics! From Saturday
Featuring stories from Teri Olivas-Aros, Pete Olivas, Rudy Mosley, Verlin Mosley, Angel Evangelista, Myrna (Evangelista) Aldry, Fran (Ahumada)Westervelt, Christina Kane, Pamela Gougeon, Patti Ann Kerr, Terry Bracamonte-Moreno, Sonya (Stenman) Weeks, and Tonya (Stenman) Randolph.
We are honored to be working again with Daniel Buckley on this fun historic preservation project!
Shown here filming in Ruby, AZ, Daniel and Nancy capture stories of the O'odham from Samuel Fayuant, Cultural Affairs Specialist for the Tohono O'odham Nation. LJ Schneider kicks
back to watch the production.
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