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Map: Oscura Mountains NM - Surface Management

By BLM TNM2055

Official Bureau of Land Management topographic maps @1:100,000 metric scale (roughly 3/4" = 1 mile), are color-coded to show federally-managed public lands; plus state, private, or tribal lands, military withdrawals, roads and trails, lakes, rivers and streams, and developed recreation areas. This is a great map to have while stalking the exotic oryx and other game in Hunting Units 18, 19, 20, and 17 or on White Sands Missle Range, wildlife watching, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, camping, or OHV and ATV riding. Visit the Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge and enjoy wildlife viewing, hiking, scenic driving, photography, and picnicking. Sandhill cranes and snow geese overwinter here. Includes roads and lands in Socorro and Lincoln Counties. 2009

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Map: Socorro NM - Surface Management

By BLM TNM1675

Official Bureau of Land Management topographic maps @1:100,000 metric scale (roughly 3/4" = 1 mile), are color-coded to show federally-managed public lands; plus state, private, or tribal lands, military withdrawals, roads and trails, lakes, rivers and streams, and developed recreation areas. This is a great map to have while stalking game in Hunting Units 18, 13, and 14, fishing (where available), wildlife watching, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, camping, or OHV and ATV riding at Gordy's Hill OHV Area. Wildlife viewing at Bernardo Wildlife Area and Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge(restricted access, check at visitor center). Includes roads and lands in Socorro, Torrance and Valencia Counties. 2013

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Wilderness Warrior

By Douglas Brinkley 60565282

No president has been a greater champion of our public lands and its wildlife than Theodore Roosevelt, our greatest conservation president. Exactly a hundred years after his presidency, Douglas Brinkley’s superb biography reminds us how much we owe to the nation’s 26th president. A must read for everyone who cares about our public land heritage. Hardcover, 2009, 940 pp

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Guidebooks » National Forests
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Trail Guide Pecos Wilderness, rev ed

By Public Lands Interpretive Association PLIAPECOS

Complete guide to exploring the pristine wilderness right up the hill from Santa Fe. Includes all sorts of tips and detailed trail-by-trail information. 1995

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Trail Guide to Lincoln NF Guadalupe RD

By Lynn A Melton 3360637

Trail guide to the Guadalupe Rabnder District of the Lincoln National Forest in southern New Mexico. 2014

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Trail Guide to Lincoln NF Sacramento RD

By Lynn A Melton 3307977

Trail guide to the Sacramento Ranger District in southern New Mexico. 2014

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Trail Guide to Lincoln NF Smokey Bear RD

By Lynn A Melton 3311585

Trail guide to the Smokey Bear Ranger District of the Lincoln NF in southern New Mexico. 2014

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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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Wilderness Warrior

By Douglas Brinkley 60565282

No president has been a greater champion of our public lands and its wildlife than Theodore Roosevelt, our greatest conservation president. Exactly a hundred years after his presidency, Douglas Brinkley’s superb biography reminds us how much we owe to the nation’s 26th president. A must read for everyone who cares about our public land heritage. Hardcover, 2009, 940 pp

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Guidebooks » State Parks, Monuments & Other Lands
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Aztec Ruins National Monument

By Scott Thybony 9781877856082

Aztec Ruins National Monument in northwestern New Mexico is the site of an elaborately planned settlement that was populated by prehistoric Pueblo Indians known as the Ancestral Puebloans. The large complex consisted of three great houses, large kivas, tri-walled structures, roadways, and as many as 100 smaller pueblos along the valley and nearby terraces. Learn how the Ancestral Puebloans lived here and the theories behind their sudden disappearance in the late 13th century. Photos by George H. H. Huey.

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Bandelier National Monument

By Patricia Barey 0911408886

High up on the Pajarito Plateau, nestled in the Jemez Mountains, an ancient culture flourished. The dwellings and many artifacts remain, and here is the visitor`s guide to the piney heights and mysterious ruins. 1990, 42 pp.

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Capulin Volcano National Monument

By Laurence Parent 9781583690932

A record of violent, turbulent eruptions are locked in time in the high plains of northeastern New Mexico. Named by early Spanish explorers for the abundant chokecherries growing on its slopes, Capulin Volcano has been preserved as one of the finest examples of a volcanic cinder cone in the western United States

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El Malpais National Monument

By Marylene Mabery 0911408894

This badlands on the western edge of New Mexico has been variously described as monster blood and lava, depending on whether you are talking with a Navajo or an unimaginative pragmatist. 1990, 15 pp.

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El Morro National Monument

By Dan Murphy 9781583690376

El Morro's Inscription Rock in northwest New Mexico is a silent witness to more than 700 years of history. Drawn here by its secluded water hole, the Anasazi, Spanish, and Anglo cultures marked their passing by carving 2,000 petroglyphs and inscriptions on this sandstone bluff. Photos by David Muench, Fred Hirschmann, and Willard Clay

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Fort Union National Monument

By Mark L. Gardner 9781583690543

The major military base in the West for forty years, Fort Union figured prominently in the history of the Civil War, the Indian Wars, and the Santa Fe Trail. New photography of the park shows the extent of the preserved fort as well as reenactments and artifacts from nineteenth-century history

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Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument

By Laurence Parent 9781583690505

Hidden within five caves in a narrow, side canyon of the Gila River are the structural remains left by people of the Mogollon culture 700 years ago. These stone and mortar dwellings preserved at Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument in New Mexico, are an enduring reminder of their resourceful community.

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Map: Rock Point AZ - Surface Management

By BLM 9781411329904

Differentiates between public and private land, and also among the various agencies who manage the public lands. Entire map shows Navajo Indian Reservation. No public land. Map shows Hwy 191 north to south. Scale 1:100,000. 2010

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Petroglyph National Monument

By Susan Lamb 9781583690710

Established in 1990, this national monument in Albuquerque, New Mexico, preserves thousands of prehistoric Puebloan petroglyphs amid a rugged, volcanic landscape. Petroglyph National Monument is a concise introduction to the park, with descriptions of the area's geologic and cultural history. Discover the fascinating story of the only unit of the National Park Service dedicated to preserving ancient petroglyphs.

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White Sands National Monument

By Rose Houk and Michael Collier 9781877856501

One of the world's largest gypsum dune fields, this desert within a desert is preserved at White Sands National Monument, New Mexico. This stunning book describes the area's natural and human history, including the detonation of the first atomic bomb.

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Guidebooks » National Parks
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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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