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  1. If you live in Tucson, and are interested in the history of the area (especially religious history), this little book is worth a read. Just a few insights I gained included a deeper understanding of the Deer Dancer I so often see (especially on the label of Alejandro's Tortillas), a deeper understanding of the symbolism of flowers in Easter celebrations in general (especially in Catholicism), and a deeper understanding of this one instance in which Christian thought and native beliefs have devel [...]

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