Travel/Recreation

Old Yellowstone Days

By Paul Schullery

This new edition of the first book to collect accounts of early visits to Yellowstone includes a new Foreword by park historian Lee H. Whittlesey.

Gentlemen Preferred Dry Flies

The Dry Fly and the Nymph, Evolution and Conflict
By William Black

Through stories of numerous historical characters Black details the long debate among fly-fishing devotees on the relative merits of dry or wet flies.

Butterfly Landscapes of New Mexico

By Steven Cary

Cary takes the reader on a journey through the habitats of New Mexico's three hundred kinds of butterflies.

Lost Mines and Buried Treasures of Arizona

By W. C. Jameson

The prospecting past of Arizona has been kept alive through the notorious tales included here.

The Fly-Fishing Predator

By Raymond Shewnack

Raymond Shewnack invites fishermen to hone their hunting skills, sharpen their senses, and become predators in the trout stream.

A Field Guide to the Plants and Animals of the Middle Rio Grande Bosque

By Jean-Luc E. CartronTimothy K. LowreyJane E. MygattSandra L. BrantleyDavid Lightfoot

Including over 800 color photos, this authoritative guide is the first of its kind for the Middle Rio Grande Bosque of New Mexico.

Man vs Fish

The Fly Fisherman's Eternal Struggle
By Taylor Streit

"These stories catch fish. And all of them are hefty lunkers."--John Nichols, from the Foreword

Mountain Wildflowers of the Southern Rockies

Revealing Their Natural History
By Carolyn DodsonWilliam W. Dunmire

For both visitors and natural history buffs, this book includes seventy-five examples of some of the most common and conspicuous wildflowers in the Rocky Mountains from southern Wyoming to New Mexico.

All Aboard for Santa Fe

Railway Promotion of the Southwest, 1890s to 1930s
By Victoria E. Dye

How the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company contributed to the development of Southwest tourism.

Following the Royal Road

A Guide to the Historic Camino Real de Tierra Adentro
By Hal Jackson

Jackson brings to life this important route which the Spanish extended north into present-day New Mexico in 1598.

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