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For Berkeley-based Native American magazine, a 25th anniversary

Friday, July 27, 2012

News from Native California, the Native American cultural magazine begun by Heydey Books founder Malcolm Margolin in 1987, is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a party at Oakland Museum of California tomorrow. Its Lillian Fleer tells Berkeleyside that the magazine—which grew from a one-page flier—has about 2,000 subscribers throughout California and the U. S., besides being distributed at bookstores and newsstands. Berkeleyside

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