Stories about the Tricultural Symposia

The first Tri-Cultural Symposium sponsored by Jemez Springs Public Library received a lot of publicity and attracted attendees from all over the U.S. Here are some examples of the stories. Excerpts from a column by Jim Belshaw in the Albuquerque Journal, Oct. 10, 2005: I like the way that, three … More Stories about the Tricultural Symposia

Natachee Scott Momaday Dies in Santa Fe at Age 83

By Kathleen Wiegner, from Jemez Thunder, October 01, 1996   Natachee Scott Momaday, a longtime resident of Jemez Springs, died on Sept. 26 in Santa Fe. She was 83 years old. Born in 1913, Natachee was named for her Cherokee great-grandmother, and grew up in Kentucky. Her father, Theodore Scott, … More Natachee Scott Momaday Dies in Santa Fe at Age 83

1995 Community Read with Scott Momaday

Transcribed from Jemez Thunder, Feb. 15, 1995 As part of the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Village of Jemez Springs, the library is sponsoring a “community read” event featuring the work of local resident N. Scott Momaday. We are focusing on two of his books that describe the … More 1995 Community Read with Scott Momaday

Community Read with Scott Momaday

Across the nation, libraries participate in Community Read, an annual event in which everyone in a town or community are encouraged to read the same book and then participate in discussions about the book and author. In 1995, Jemez Springs Public Library chose two of Scott Momaday’s books, and Scott … More Community Read with Scott Momaday