High Tide in Tucson: Essays from Now or Never - Essays 15 and 16 Summary & Analysis

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Essays 15 and 16 Summary and Analysis

Essay 15: The Spaces Between

There were many Native Americans who lived in Barbara's neighborhood and surrounding areas. Barbara and Camille visited the Heard Museum in Phoenix, which is one of the greatest cultural centers of Native American heritage. Barbara wanted Camille to become familiar with Native American history and appreciate their culture and contributions. The museum was established by Dwight and Maie Bartlett Heard, who settled in Phoenix in 1895.

Camille was drawn to the "Old Ways, New Ways" section, which was an interactive display where kids could learn to play Yaqui drums and use a computer to design a Navajo rug. Barbara and Camille learned how to make animals out of small twigs. There were displays of ancient as well as modern Native American artwork. The life, history, struggles and survival of these people were all contained in the...

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