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Miguelito died in October 1937, and his daughter, Atlnaba, died the next spring. Reichard was clearly upset by both deaths. " To Roman Hubbell she wrote about the family's second loss, ''I am simply speechless about Atlnaba and especially in my feelings for Marie. I don't know why anyone should have to take that much.... " Marie, her husband and son, and a niece eventually moved to join a large family; the head mother in the family belonged to Marie's clan and her husband belonged to Tom's clan.

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