Miss Julia's Journey
by Don Usner
August 1962, as Julia Hudson packed up her robin's-egg-blue Corvair
and drove westward through the wheat fields of Kansas, she knew
only that her journey would take her to teach in a remote New
Mexico mission school. Beyond this vague sketch, the life before
her was a blank slate. "I had heard a little bit about the
'mission stations,' as they were called, but I had no idea what
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Don Usner is a writer and photographer. He has written
four books of nonfiction, including three on the history and
culture of Northern New Mexico.
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