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    ( [BOOKS] Wide Ruins Memories from a Navajo Trading Post ) Ý Sallie Wagner – mymaxlinks.us Interesting stories of life at the Wide Ruins Trading Post in the late 30'searly 40's but written in a disjointed

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Wide Ruins Memories from a Navajo Trading Post

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