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Arizona Illustrated Segments Featuring Dr. James S. "Big Jim" Griffith

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Dr. James "Big Jim" Griffith

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• Roadside crosses in Sonora
• 1857 Crabbe expedition's attack on Caborca
• Early impacts of Europeans on native populations
• Legacy of European crops to the region's food
• Our Lady of Guadalupe roadside image
• Map of the Pimería Alta
• Impact of Padre Kino on the people of the Pimería Alta
• Oquitoa cemetery on El Dio de los Muertos
• Padre Kino forever changed Pimería Alta

Title Encounters: Our Columbus Legacy
Airdate: 1992
Writer/Host: Dr. James S. Griffith
Special Guest: Danny Lopez, Tohono O'Odham Educator and his Young Dance Group
Executive Producer: Hector Gonzalez
Producer: Celeste Gonzalez
Videographer: Martin Rubio
Audio: Mike Vidal
Senior: Editor Matthew Kennedy
Electronic Graphic: Map Jacobo Ramirez
Copyright KUAT - Arizona Board of Regents
16 de Septiembre   n/a
Maize   Arizona Illustrated, 2003-10-02
Dia de San Juan   Arizona Illustrated, 2003-06-23
Cinco de Mayo   Arizona Illustrated, 2004-05-05
Las Posadas   Arizona Illustrated, 2003-12-05
Yaqui Fiestas   Arizona Illustrated, 2004-04-05
Virgen de Guadalupe [Real version]
  Arizona Illustrated, 2003-12-12
Dia de los Muertos   n/a
Menudo   Arizona Illustrated, 2003-01-02
Halloween   n/a
Military aircraft nose art   Arizona Illustrated, 2003-12-08
La Corua   Arizona Illustrated, 2004-02-09
Garden of Gethsemane   Arizona Illustrated, 2004-02-27
The story of engineer Jesús García   Arizona Illustrated, 2003-09-10
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