This collection of photographs from the last three decades by Western writer and photographer Nancy Wood captures the people and places of rural Colorado and New Mexico.
Subjects: American WestPhotographyWomenAmerican Indians
Melody Webb's reflections on her twenty-five-year career in the National Park Service is an insider's account of a public bureaucracy.
Subjects: American WestEnvironmentHistoryWomen
"Hal Rothman is both the greatest Western historian of his generation and an H. L. Mencken in cowboy boots."--Mike Davis, author of Planet of Slums and Buda's Wagon
Subjects: American WestEnvironment
New and revealing information on one of Death Valley's most provocative unsolved mysteries.
Subjects: American West
One of the West's most eloquent photographers shares his favorite images and his stories of how they came to be.
Subjects: American WestPhotography
A new look at the colorful history of the Peerless Princess of the Plains.
Subjects: American WestHistory
These tales of the mountains, mines, and characters of the Guadalupe range were collected over many years by the author who has explored the area since he was a boy.
Subjects: American WestFolklore
This valuable and long-out-of-print edition of Pike's Southwestern journals is being reissued on the bicentennial of the journey with a new Introduction by historian Mark L. Gardner.
The silver rush in Tombstone, Arizona, created one of the most sophisticated towns in the American West, complete with lavish saloons, gambling, ice cream parlors, and a swimming pool.
Whittlesey shares tales of "the great Geyserland" as told by the earliest tour guides of America's first and most unique national park.
Subjects: American WestEnvironmentHistory