Titles by Subject

Halfbreed Chronicles

By Wendy Rose

Filaree

A Novel of an American Woman
By Marguerite Noble

This moving novel of pioneer life in Arizona has become a classic. Based on the life of the author's mother, it overturns every stereotype of western womanhood.

Desert Passages

Encounters with the American Deserts
By Patricia Nelson Limerick

Traces the development of American attitudes toward the desert using case studies from many writers over the years.

Land of Enchantment

Memoirs of Marian Russell Along the Santa Fe Trail
By Marian Russell

This forgotten classic paints a vivid picture of nineteenth-century New Mexico as seen by a bright young girl from the age of seven on. Mrs. Russell's memories of several well-known western figures are not only delightful reading but make this book a useful addition to the region's history.

The Faunal Remains from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo, New Mexico

A Study in Short-Term Subsistence Change
By Richard W. LangArthur H. Harris

This fifth volume presents the results of faunal analysis from the Arroyo Hondo excavations, covering the topics of prehistoric vegetation and climate; the importance of various animals in the diet; seasonal hunting patterns; methods of butchering, skinning and cooking; the prehistoric hunting territory; the raising of domesticated dogs and turkeys; and trade in animals and animal products.

The Lost Land

The Chicano Image of the Southwest
By John R. Chávez

A fascinating intellectual history of Hispano self-perception, this book traces the changes in Hispano views of the Southwest from earliest times to the present, particularly since the 1848 signing of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.

Cuentos Chicanos

A Short Story Anthology
Revised Edition
Edited by Rudolfo AnayaAntonio C. Márquez

Carlos Montezuma and the Changing World of American Indians

By Peter Iverson

The classic biography of one of the great Native American crusaders for Indian rights in the early twentieth century.

Other Mexicos

Essays on Regional Mexican History, 1876-1911
Edited by Thomas BenjaminWilliam McNellie

The value of this collection to students and specialists lies in an expanded understanding of regional history during the Porfiriato, an appreciation for the range of local sources available, and a stimulus to further investigation. The reinterpretation given the Porfiriato also broadens our knowledge of the forces leading to the revolution and still influencing the nation today.

Chaco Canyon

Archaeology and Archaeologists
By Robert H. ListerFlorence C. Lister

Chaco Canyon is the first complete account of Chacoan archaeology, from the discovery of the ruins by Spanish soldiers in the seventeenth century, through the scientific analyses of the 1970s.

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