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Dolores Silva is a long-time resident of Lafayette, Colorado. She was born at home in Denver in 1929 with the assistance of a midwife. Her mother was from Taos, New Mexico; she was part American Indian, and when orphaned as … Continue reading
Deisy de Luna was born in Mexico and lived there until she was eleven years old. Her grandparents had come to work in this country through the Braceros Program, and later, her father worked in the United States as well, … Continue reading