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Ann’s Turquoise

he year is 1993, and Ann Ortiz, owner of the business now known as Ann’s Turquoise, is headed to Albuquerque, New Mexico, with $1,500 in her hand. Following her fascination with turquoise jewelry, an admiration passed down from her mother and grandmother, Ortiz set out on her journey to the Southwest to hand-pick Native

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