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Duncan and Pearl MacGillivray and the Eastern Navaho

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The story of the MacGillivray clan in New Mexico. 

By Allan MacGillivray III

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Allan MacGillivray III

         Anthropologist, charter member of Voces de Santa Fe.

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  • Comment Link Allan MacGillivray III Tuesday, 03 March 2015 15:04 posted by Allan MacGillivray III

    Katherine,
    No, The Maxwell Beaubien land grant was north of Las Vegas i.e. Watrous, Cimmaron, Springer, Raton area.

  • Comment Link Katherine Guidry Saturday, 28 February 2015 20:26 posted by Katherine Guidry

    Wonderful story Allan, was this originally part of the Luscious Maxwell Land Grant?….looking at an old map (not dated) it appears to be right on the edge of the Grant

  • Comment Link Arthur Scott Monday, 23 February 2015 22:04 posted by Arthur Scott

    Very good, Mac. Interesting territorial history. I had no idea your family was so wide spread. Thanks

  • Comment Link Kathy Capron Tully Monday, 23 February 2015 17:57 posted by Kathy Capron Tully

    awesome Mac. I think you and Kristi Davis are almost cousins! Great history, thanks for sharing.

  • Comment Link Michael Miller Sunday, 22 February 2015 21:23 posted by Michael Miller

    Good story Allan. I wonder if your family knew Sallie Wagner who ran a trading post called Wide Ruins?

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