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The Sisters Who Came to Stay 

St. Patrick, patron saint of Ireland, presides in Holy Angels Convent, where Irish nuns have lived for 52 years.

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Image Archives: Stories: Margaret Regan

  • Opera singer Dennis Tamblyn: "I've witnessed and watched this. I've seen what the arts do for kids."
  • Help Kids Learn
  • Opera singer Dennis Tamblyn: "I've witnessed and watched...
  • Margaret Regan
  • Dec 21, 2011
  • Yaqui flower-maker Amalia Reyes.
  • Diverse Arts
  • Yaqui flower-maker Amalia Reyes.
  • Margaret Regan
  • Oct 12, 2011
  • "I tagged all the deaths that were handled by the Tohono O'odham Police Department. Forty-four out of the 59 (July) deaths were on the Tohono O'odham Reservation. There seems to be a belief migrants are traveling off the beaten path, off the safer corridors, into inhospitable terrain."
<p>&mdash;Dr. Bruce Parks, Pima County Medical Examiner</p>
  • D.O.A.
  • "I tagged all the deaths that were handled...
  • Margaret Regan
  • Aug 26, 2010
  • The story of migration is in the bones, says Dr. Bruce Anderson. A forensic anthropologist, Anderson searches for clues to identify in the teeth and skull. Despite Gov. Jan Brewer's ominous talk of decapitations, not a single case of beheading has come into the Pima County Forensic Science Center.
  • D.O.A.
  • The story of migration is in the bones,...
  • Margaret Regan
  • Aug 26, 2010
  • The property room holds the belongings of a dead migrant yet to be identified, including a watch, a St. Martin holy card and Mexican coins. The ID card might be fake, so investigators can't rely on it to determine the dead man's name.
  • D.O.A.
  • The property room holds the belongings of a...
  • Margaret Regan
  • Aug 26, 2010
  • This unidentified skeleton was found Aug. 8 on the Tohono O'odham Nation. The deceased was a man between 40 and 50 years old; his bones lay in the desert anywhere from 10 to 16 months.
  • D.O.A.
  • This unidentified skeleton was found Aug. 8 on...
  • Margaret Regan
  • Aug 26, 2010
  • "It's not the affluent who are coming," forensic anthrologist Anderson says. "It's not the light-skinned, tall Spaniards...We see a lot of <i>indios</i>. They're underprivileged." Their bones bear witness to the hard lives they've led.
  • D.O.A.
  • "It's not the affluent who are coming," forensic...
  • Margaret Regan
  • Aug 26, 2010
  • The Tohono O'odham Nation has long been the deadliest migrant corridor in the U.S. This entrance to the reservation is near Ironwood Forest National Monument northwest of Tucson. Elvira Brambila-Vallejo, 44, lost her life near here on April 27.
  • D.O.A.
  • The Tohono O'odham Nation has long been the...
  • Margaret Regan
  • Aug 26, 2010

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