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Spider Woman's Gift
By Joyce Begay-Foss, Marian E. Rodee 9780890135310
Dine textile and basketry weavings in Santa Fe's Museum of Indian Arts and Culture collections created between the 1850s and the 1890s allow us to explore the oral history of Spider Woman and the early history of the Dine during this time. This book presents two viewpoints on Dine weaving. One is the perspective of Dine weaver and museum educator, Joyce Begay-Foss and the other viewpoint is from well-known Dine textile scholar and anthropologist, Marian Rodee.
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The Indians In Oklahoma
By Rennard Strickland 0806116757
The Indians of Oklahoma, a survey of the sixty-seven tribes residing in the state, explains the colonizing process that populated Indian Territory (the future Oklahoma) with Native Americans from all parts of the United States during the nineteenth century and interprets the striking cultural diversity of the Indian communities thus formed. The author separates the Native American experience in Oklahoma into four periods.
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Tierra Amarilla: Stories of New Mexico/Cuentos de Nuevo Mexico
By Sabine Ulibarr� 9780826314383
Ulibarrï¿½, a native of Tierra Amarilla, takes the reader back into his past, inside the church and adobe homes, through the forests and fields, across mountain meadows and canyons, revealing an enduring love of the Spanish American people who come alive in this book. 200pp, 1993
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Tracing the Santa Fe Trail
By Ronald J Dulle 878425716
From 1821 to 1880, bold and daring men loaded their wagons with trade goods and set out from Missouri to Santa Fe, in the newly independent nation of Mexico. These merchants, teamsters, and travlers exchanged not only material goods, but also ideas and customs, forever altering the cultural and economic landscape for American, Mexican, and Indian peoples along the route. In Tracing the Santa Fe Trail, modern, full-color images of the trail are juxtaposed with historical commentary to create a photographic journey that adroitly blends past and present.
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Trickster: Native American Tales
By Matt Dembicki 1555917241
All cultures have tales of the trickster-a crafty creature or being who uses cunning to get food, steal precious possessions, or simply cause mischief. He disrupts the order of things, often humiliating others and sometimes himself. In Native American traditions, the trickster takes many forms, from coyote or rabbit to raccoon or raven. The first graphic anthology of Native American trickster tales, Trickster brings together Native American folklore and the world of comics.
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Tularosa: Last Of The Frontier
By C. L. Sonnichsen NMVOF02
A history of the settling and defending of a small ranching town at the foot of the Sacramento Mountains.
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Valle Grande: History of the Baca Location No 1
By Craig Martin VALLEGRANDE
Craig Martin brings his ineffable style to uncovering the long and fascinating past of the Baca Ranch, which has recently passed into public hands as the Valles Caldera National Preserve, in the Jemez Mountains of central New Mexico.
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Valles Caldera: A Vision for New Mexico's National Preserve
By William deBuys, Don J. Usner 9780890135624
This book tells the natural and human history of the preserve, presents photographs of its splendour, and outlines the unique administrative experiment now underway to manage its lands. 126pp, Paperbound 2006
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Voices of the Buffalo Soldier
By Frank N Schubert 9780826323101
This book is a superb collection of documents that not only illuminates the lives of these soldiers, but also helps us to understand the obstacles they faced and the challenges they met. 2003
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Wicked Women of New Mexico
By Donna Blake Birchell 1626191280
New Mexico Territory attracted outlaws and desperados as its remote locations guaranteed non-detection while providing opportunists the perfect setting in which to seize wealth. Many wicked women on the run from their pasts headed there seeking new starts before and after 1912 statehood. Colorful characters such as Bronco Sue, Sadie Orchard and Lizzie McGrath were noted mavens of mayhem, while many other women were notorious gamblers, bawdy madams or confidence tricksters. Some paid the ultimate price for crimes of passion, while others avoided punishment by slyly using their beguiling allure to influence authorities
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