Southwest

Coronado on the Turquoise Trail

Knight of Pueblos and Plains
By Herbert E. Bolton

Herbert E. Bolton’s classic of southwestern history, first published in 1949, delivers the epic account of Francisco Vásquez de Coronado’s sixteenth-century entrada to the North American frontier of the Spanish Empire.

Subjects: HistorySouthwest

Four Square Leagues

Pueblo Indian Land in New Mexico
By Malcolm EbrightRick HendricksRichard W. Hughes

This long-awaited book is the most detailed and up-to-date account of the complex history of Pueblo Indian land in New Mexico, beginning in the late seventeenth century and continuing to the present day.

The Zunis

Self-Portrayals
Translated by Alvina Quam

Now back in print after more than thirty years, The Zunis: Self-Portrayals offers forty-six stories of myth, prophecy, and history from the great oral literature of the Zuni Indians of New Mexico.

The Hero Twins

A Navajo-English Story of the Monster Slayers
By Jim Kristofic
Illustrations by Nolan Karras James

Told in Navajo, the Diné language, and English, this story exists in many versions, and all demonstrate the importance of thinking, patience, persistence, bravery, and reverence.

Laguna Pueblo

A Photographic History
By Lee MarmonTom Corbett

Laguna Pueblo: A Photographic History includes more than one hundred of Marmon’s photos showcasing his talents while highlighting the cohesive, adaptive, and independent character of the Laguna people.

Rider of the Pale Horse

A Memoir of Los Alamos and Beyond
By McAllister Hull
Illustrations by John Hull

A recollection of life in the workshops where nuclear bomb components were constructed during the Manhattan Project.

The Daily Practice of Compassion

A History of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Its People, and Its Mission, 1964-2014
By Dora L. WangShannan L. Carter

Rich with anecdotes and personality, Dora Wang’s account is a must-read for anyone curious about health care in New Mexico.

Gila Country Legend

The Life and Times of Quentin Hulse
By Nancy Coggeshall

The compelling biography of a unique western rancher constantly adjusting to the inroads of modernity into his traditional way of life.

Living the Ancient Southwest

Edited by David Grant Noble

How did Southwestern peoples make a living in the vast arid reaches of the Great Basin? When and why did violence erupt in the Mesa Verde region? Who were the Fremont people? How do some Hopis view Chaco Canyon? These are just a few of the topics addressed in Living the Ancient Southwest.

Bush League Boys

The Postwar Legends of Baseball in the American Southwest
By Toby Smith

“In Bush League Boys sportswriter Toby Smith relies upon fascinating oral histories to recall the home runs, screen money, and dust storms that characterized the glory days of post–World War II baseball in the Southwest.”—Ron Briley, author of The Baseball Film in Postwar America: A Critical Study, 1948–1962

Subjects: SportsSouthwest

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