Feb. 11, 2016
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Karl May and Beyond: Indian Hobbyists in 20th-Century Germany

6 pm, Feb 15, 2013 | $9; $6 NM residents
 

University of North Dakota professor Birgit Hans gives a talk on the German novelist Karl May.



Where: New Mexico History Museum
Phone: 505-476-5100
Address:
113 Lincoln Ave.
Santa Fe, NM
87501
Website: http://www.nmhistorymuseum.org/

 

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