Southwest

The Archaeology and History of Pueblo San Marcos

Change and Stability
Edited by Ann F. RamenofskyKari L. Schleher

This volume provides the definitive record of a decade of archaeological investigations at San Marcos, ancestral home to Kewa (formerly Santo Domingo) and Cochiti descendants.

Santa Fe

The Chief Way
By Robert StreinJohn VaughanC. Fenton Richards

Santa Fe: The Chief Way is a fresh and nostalgic look at the streamliners of the Santa Fe railroad from the late thirties to the early seventies.

Subjects: HistorySouthwest

Eco-Travel New Mexico

86 Natural Destinations, Green Hotels, and Sustainable Adventures
By Ashley M. Biggers

Ashley M. Biggers’s guide delves into the heart of this enchanting land—from stunning natural landscapes to vital cultural areas that give New Mexico its distinctive character.

Skiing New Mexico

A Guide to Snow Sports in the Land of Enchantment
By Daniel Gibson

This invaluable book tells you everything there is to know about skiing and snowboarding in the Land of Enchantment, with thousands of helpful details on the state’s downhill ski resorts and cross-country and backcountry venues.

The Best from New Mexico Kitchens

By Sheila MacNiven Cameron
Illustrations by Larry KingRichard SandovalJim Wood

Savor and share the joys of New Mexican cooking as you prepare more than one hundred dishes from across the state in this remarkable collection of outstanding recipes.

Subjects: CookingSouthwest

Stewart L. Udall

Steward of the Land
By Thomas G. Smith

This book, the first biography of Udall, introduces his work to a new generation of Americans concerned with the environment.

The Lynching of Mexicans in the Texas Borderlands

By Nicholas Villanueva

This book argues that ethnic and racial tension brought on by the fighting in the borderland made Anglo-Texans feel justified in their violent actions against Mexicans.

Subjects: HistorySouthwest

Volver

A Persistence of Memory
By Antonio C. Márquez

In this book Márquez recounts his life story, from childhood memories of movies and baseball to the turbulent events of his manhood.

Whither the Waters

Mapping the Great Basin from Bernardo de Miera to John C. Frémont
By John L. Kessell

This book places the man and the map in historical context, reminding readers of the enduring significance of Miera y Pacheco.

Subjects: HistorySouthwest

Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid as I Knew Them

Reminiscences of John P. Meadows
Edited by John P. Wilson

A collection of John P. Meadows's interviews originally given to refute inaccuracies in the 1930 movie Billy the Kid. Also includes Meadows's memories of the Southwest's frontier days and the characters he knew.

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