Tidbits: Once or twice a month the family loaded up the wagon and headed to Santa Fe to sell the pottery. "We didn't get all the way to Santa Fe," Modesta recalled. "We got to a place where the water runs across the highway. There were a lot of cottonwood trees. We would stay there during the night. In the morning, we'd eat breakfast and go on in to Santa Fe. There were just a few stores then."
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Modesta Charley, Ohkay Owingeh (1905-1996)
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