Southwest

Amada's Blessings from the Peyote Gardens of South Texas

By Stacy B. Schaefer

Schaefer's book weaves together the geography, biology, history, cultures, and religions that created the unique life of Mrs. Cardenas and the people she knew.

Pie Town Revisited

By Arthur Drooker

In this book author-photographer Arthur Drooker documents his own travels to Pie Town to find out what became of it seventy years after Russell Lee visited.

A Civil War History of the New Mexico Volunteers and Militia

By Jerry D. Thompson

Thompson draws on service records and numerous other archival sources that few earlier scholars have seen in this comprehensive work.

The Haunting of the Mexican Border

A Woman's Journey
By Kathryn Ferguson

“This is an important book at the right time. We need to read this story and understand its vision. Recommended.”—Luis Alberto Urrea, author of The Devil’s Highway: A True Story

Subjects: MemoirSouthwest

Roadside New Mexico

A Guide to Historic Markers
Revised and Expanded Edition
By David Pike

This revised and expanded edition of Roadside New Mexico provides additional information about these sites and includes approximately one hundred new markers, sixty-five of which document the contribution of women to the history of New Mexico.

New Mexico 2050

Edited by Fred Harris

Here some of the state’s most noted and qualified policy experts answer two vital questions: New Mexico 2050—What can we be? What will we be?

Chasing the Santa Fe Ring

Power and Privilege in Territorial New Mexico
By David L. Caffey

David L. Caffey’s book tells the story of the rise and fall of the Santa Fe Ring, looking beyond myth and symbol to explore the history of this remarkably durable alliance.

Subjects: HistorySouthwest

The Spanish Colonial Settlement Landscapes of New Mexico, 1598-1680

By Elinore M. Barrett

Presented for the first time is a detailed picture of the Spanish settlement landscape of New Mexico during the period from the beginning of colonization in 1598 up to 1680.

All Trails Lead to Santa Fe

Guide and Map for Three National Historic Trails Connecting Santa Fe to the Rest of the World
By Kathryn HuelsterDick Huelster

This guide, created for the Three Trails Conference of 2015, tells the history of the El Camino Real, the Santa Fe Trail, and the Old Spanish Trail as they traced their paths across the state of New Mexico.

Subjects: HistorySouthwest

Advocates for the Oppressed

Hispanos, Indians, Genízaros, and Their Land in New Mexico
By Malcolm Ebright

Having written about Hispano land grants and Pueblo Indian grants separately, Malcolm Ebright now brings these narratives together for the first time, reconnecting them and resurrecting lost histories.

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