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Darla Sue Dollman is a freelance writer with thirty six years combined experience as a journalist and editor. Her nonfiction articles and fictional short stories are available online and in print. She has photos on the Smithsonian website, and articles in History Magazine and Dezert Magazine, as well as the Decoded websites and her ten blogs. She enjoys reading and writing about history and exploring the American Southwest and photographing wildlife, her pets, and her grandchildren. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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