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Grandpa Lolo's Navajo Saddle Blanket: La tilma de Abuelito Lolo

By Nasario García 9780826350794

Grandpa Lolo lives on a ranch in northern New Mexico. When he buys a black-and-white horse named Zorrillo (skunk) from Manuelito Yazzie, a Navajo who lives in a hogan in Torreón, Manuelito throws a tilma, a beautiful Navajo saddle blanket, into the deal. And so begins a beautiful friendship. This authentic slice of life in the multicultural West will warm the hearts of readers of all ages. 72pp, 2012

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Outlaw Tales of New Mexico

By Barbara Marriott 9780762743209

From Billy the Kid to “Dirty Dave” Rudabaugh, Joel Fowler to Pancho Villa, read about the most notorious desperados in the history of the Land of Enchantment. Through these astonishing true stories, Outlaw Tales of New Mexico introduces you to a state you thought you knew—and a West that was wilder than you've ever imagined. 136pp, 2007

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Tierra Amarilla: Stories of New Mexico/Cuentos de Nuevo Mexico

By Sabine Ulibarr� 9780826314383

Ulibarr�, 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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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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Atlas of Historic New Mexico Maps, 1550-1941

By Peter L Eidenbach 9780826352293

The author has compiled a collection of New MexicoÂ’s historic maps, navigating through a varied terrain of research and discovery, even securing permissions for colonial-era maps held in special collections with limited public access. This collection, featuring beautifully rendered diagrams of New MexicoÂ’s landscape, allows exploration of the past as seen by that pastÂ’s inhabitants. 2012

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Brief History Of New Mexico, A

By Myra Ellen Jenkins 0826303706

In a mere ninety pages, Myra Ellen Jenkins, the former state historian of New Mexico, has created a short and sweet explanation for a tangled and bloody history. 1974, 89 pp.

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Dance Ceremonies of the Northern Rio Grande Pueblos

By Dick & Kathryn Huelster 0976683903

Featurings the unique DIAL-A-DANCE back cover that tells you which of New Mexico's eight northern Pueblos is danceing when, this slender pocket-sized book also provides brief cultural background on the natives of Nambe,Picuri,Poajaque,San Ildefonso,Ohkay Owingeh (San Juan),Taos,and Tesuque Pueblos. 32pp, 2005

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Death Comes For The Archbishop

By Willa Cather 0679728899

What happens when a French Catholic becomes Archbishop of a Spanish colony? You may think the title gives it away, but you can find out only by reading Willa Cather`s classic tale of real New Mexico history. 1927, 297 pp.

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Eating Up the Santa Fe Trail: Recipies and Lore From the Old West

By Sam'l P Arnold 1555912915

A delightfully entertaining and informative book, Eating Up the Santa Fe Trail is filled with rare information painstakingly culled from thousands of sources, including the diaries and journals of many who rode the trail. Generously illustrated by Sam's late wife, Carrie Arnold. Eating Up the Santa Fe Trail contains recipes of trappers, traders, settlers, various Indian tribes, Mexicans, and military soldiers. From Missouri, across Kansas to Bent's Fort, Colorado, and on to Santa Fe, New Mexico, learn from the words of the travelers themselves how to prepare such trail fare as buffalo, elk, crane, Indian "washtunkala" (jerked meat stew), as well as "belly washes," such as Injun Whisky (made with black gunpowder, red pepper, and tobacco juice). A unique blend of culinary and western history, Eating Up the Santa Fe Trail is filled with the delicacies and oddities of the Old West and is must for the professional chef, historian, buckskinner, and gastronome.

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Forgotten Tales of New Mexico

By Ellen Dornan 9781609494858

From the Apache Wars to Los Alamos, New Mexico's rich past offers a colorful medley of emboldened characters and controversial schemes the shaped the course of history. In this collection of forgotten tales, master storyteller Ellen Dornan relates the stories of herioc outcasts and scheming governors, female warriors and fierce revolutionaries. 2012, 173pp.

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Fort Union - A Photo History

By T. J. Sperry 9781877856013

A historical overview of this major frontier fort that guarded the western end of the Santa Fe Trail from 1851 to 1891. Includes 20 historical photos, most never before published

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Ghost Towns Alive

By Linda G. Harris 0-8263-2908-X

Author Linda G. Harris and photographer Pamela Porter have divided the state into eleven regions comprising seventy ghost towns, from the Santa Fe Trail and Colfax County in the north to the boot heel in the south. Paperback.

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Great Taos Bank Robbery

By Tony Hillerman 9780826351920

This classic collection of essays about life in New Mexico by the great Tony Hillerman remains a must read for anyone trying to understand the state's unique charm. 2012, 150pp.

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Guide to American Indian Folk Art of the Southwest

By Susan Lamb 1583690654

A Handy pocket guide to Indian folk art of the southwest. 2006

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Guide to Indian Jewelry of the Southwest

By Georgiana Kennedy Simpson 158369000X

A handy pocket guide to all the types of Indian Jewelry in the Southwest. 1999

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High Noon At Lincoln

By UNM Press 0826312012

Billy the Kid, Pat Garrett, and a couple of six-guns. This is the combination that has kept history buffs speculating and romanticizing for over a century. Learn the whole story of the Lincoln County Wars in this well-researched tome.

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History Of The Southwest

By Thomas E. Sheridan 1-877856-76-2

As you`d expect from those wonderful folks at the Western National Parks Association, this overview of the many cultures and fascinating individuals who shaped Arizona and New Mexico is filled to the brim with superb illustrations. Lovely to look at, delightful to read. 1998, 80 pp.

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Illustrated History of New Mexico

By Thomas E. Chávez 9780826330512

Combines more than two hundred photographs and a concise history to create an engaging, panoramic view of New Mexico's fascinating past. 267pp, 2002

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Indian Arts of the Southwest

By Susanne Page, Jake Page 9781933855172

Southwestern Native Americans are renowned for their commitment to excellence in artistry and craftsmanship. This equally excellent book offers clear, expert, concise guidance to the gorgeous array of objects created by the native peoples of Arizona and New Mexico. 144pp, 2009

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It Happened in New Mexico

By James A. Crutchfield 1560443197

From the life and times of Folsom Man to the Great Prison Riot of Santa Fe County, this book tells the stories of intriguing people and events from the history of one of America's most captivating states.

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