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New Mexico: Land of Enchantment

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Enrich your travels with reading! Here's a hand-picked list prepared for your journey in conjunction with the book experts at Longitude.
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Desert Solitaire

DES02
Edward Abbey
Touchstone
1990
303
0671695886
PAPER
Natural History
0
1
0
0
One of the great works on the value of the desert, eloquent and laugh-out-loud funny. Although Abbey writes specifically about his experiences as a ranger at Arches National Park outside Moab, Utah, his message is universal.
$16.00

The Spell of New Mexico

USW134
Tony Hillerman (Editor)
University of New Mexico Press
1984
105
0826307760
PAPER
Anthology
0
0
0
0
A selection of 12 thoughtful essays on the New Mexico state of mind by great writers, including C.G. Jung, Mary Austin, D.H. Lawrence and Lawrence Clark Powell. Hillerman succeeds in communicating the lure of the desert Southwest in this wonderful, literate introduction to the state.
$16.95

New Mexico, A History

USW745
Joseph P. Sanchez
University of Oklahoma Press
2014
400
080614663X
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
This cooperative effort between three native New Mexicans is the first complete history of New Mexico. It charts the state’s development from 16th-century Spanish colony to frontier province, from its 1912 American statehood to a hub of (often classified) scientific research. A vital source for anyone seeking to understand the complex history of the West.
$19.95

Moon Handbook New Mexico

USW613
Zora O'Neill
Avalon Travel Publishing
2017
400
1631214209
PAPER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
This comprehensive guide is packed not only with travel necessities (hotels, restaurants, sights), but also with a good overview of history, culture and destinations throughout New Mexico.
$21.99

Recreational Map of New Mexico

USW209
GTR Mapping
GTR Mapping
2015
2
1881262081
MAP
Reference
0
0
0
0
A very good fold-out map of New Mexico.
$4.95

Albuquerque Map

SWU160
Rand McNally Maps
Rand McNally
2014
2
0528008862
MAP
Reference
0
0
0
0
Printed on durable paper, Rand McNally's road map of Albuquerque features a full street index and the locations of hospitals and public buildings.
$6.99

Santa Fe Map

SWU16
MapEasy
MapLink
2005
2
1878979213
MAP
Reference
0
0
0
0
A plastic-coated, fold-up map of Santa Fe, including Taos and Albuquerque. Size: 18x27 inches.
$5.95

DK Eyewitness Top Ten Santa Fe, Taos and Albuquerque

USW482
Eyewitness Guides
DK Publishing
2012
128
0756685478
PAPER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
A compact, illustrated guide in the popular series, featuring the best natural and cultural attractions of the region.
$14.00

The Southwest Table, Traditional Cuisine from Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona

SWU489
Dave DeWitt
National Book Network
2011
288
0762763922
HARD COVER
Food
0
0
0
0
Expert on chili peppers and spicy foods, Dave DeWitt (aka "the Pope of Peppers") blends Southwestern culinary history with 130 authentic recipes and cooking techniques in this tantalizing collection of fiery, flavorful dishes from Texas, New Mexico and Ar
$29.95

Anasazi America

USW228
David Stuart
University of New Mexico Press
2014
264
0826321798
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
A thought-provoking, engaging account of the rise and fall of Anasazi society in the desert southwest.
$29.95

Ancient Peoples of the American Southwest

USW131
Stephen Plog, Amy Elizabeth Grey (Illustrator)
Thames & Hudson
2008
224
0500286930
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
This illustrated introduction provides an in-depth look at the ancient cultures that first inhabited the pueblos and cliff dwellings of the American Southwest. Organized chronologically, it features hundreds of maps, mostly black-and-white photographs and site diagrams.
$26.95

Telling New Mexico: A New History

SWU273
Marta Weigle
University of New Mexico Press
2009
480
0890135568
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
This extensive volume presents New Mexico history from its prehistoric beginnings to the present in essays and articles by fifty prominent scholars from a variety of disciplines.
$29.95

Dark Beauty, Photographs of New Mexico

USW752
Jack Parsons
Independent Publishers Group
2014
148
1938086228
HARD COVER
Art & Architecture
0
0
0
0
Southwest photographer Parsons presents the rugged landscapes and the people of New Mexico, exploring religious iconography, far-flung ranches, small towns and wide open spaces in this full-color coffee table book.
$50.00

Georgia O'Keeffe and New Mexico, A Sense of Place

SWU186
Barbara Buhler Lynes, Lesley Poling-Kempes, Frederick Turner
Princeton University Press
2004
144
0691116598
HARD COVER
Art & Architecture
0
0
0
0
A catalogue of O'Keeffe paintings pairing 20 original images with modern photographs of the landscapes depicted by the curator of the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe.
$60.00

In Search of the Old Ones, Exploring the Anasazi World of the Southwest

USW157
David D. Roberts
Simon and Schuster Inc.
1997
271
0684832127
PAPER
Archaeology
0
0
0
0
An exuberant, engaging account of archaeological adventures in the desert Southwest. Roberts investigates the factors that may have led to the demise of the Anasazi civilization and looks into longstanding controversies.
$16.00

Indian Arts of the Southwest

SWU485
Susanne Page
Rio Nuevo
2008
143
1933855177
PAPER
Art & Architecture
0
0
0
0
Featuring color photographs of the basketry, pottery, weaving, jewelry, and carvings of 200 noted artists, this book is both a collector's guide and cultural history of the Navajo, Hopi, Zuni, Pueblo peoples and other native peoples.
$19.95

Edge of Taos Desert, An Escape to Reality

USW127
Mabel Dodge Luhan
University of New Mexico Press
1987
338
0826309712
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
First published in 1937, this story reveals the spiritual awakening the New York socialite experienced through Taos, the Pueblo Indians and Indian Tony Luhan, whom she later married.
$27.95

Portrait of an Artist, A Biography of Georgia O'Keeffe

USW221
Laura Lisle
Washington Square Press
1997
496
0671016660
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
Lisle shows how O'Keeffe was both changed and inspired by her Southwestern surroundings in this insightful biography of Georgia O'Keeffe.
$37.95

The Last Cheater's Waltz, Beauty and Violence in the Desert Southwest

USW292
Ellen Meloy
University of Arizona Press
2001
256
0816521530
PAPER
Travel Narrative
0
0
0
0
A naturalist's travels through the desert Southwest of her youth, reflecting on native peoples, landscape and ecology. Meloy explores Los Alamos, Trinity National Historic Landmark, and White Sands Missile Range -- including the impact of the laboratory and bomb testing on the environment.
$19.95

Los Alamos, A Novel

USW293
Joseph Kanon
Dell
1998
517
0440224071
PAPER
Mystery
0
0
0
0
A thriller set in Los Alamos in the 1940s.
$7.99

The Laughing Boy

USW240
Oliver La Farge
Mariner Books
2004
193
0618446729
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
An ethnographer and archaeologist, La Farge captures the flavor of the landscapes and ways of life in Northern Arizona in the early 20th century in this Pulitzer Prize-winning short novel.
$14.95

The Man Who Killed the Deer

USW265
Frank Waters
Ohio University Press
1942
266
0804001944
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
A heartfelt tale of a Pueblo Indian in New Mexico. Waters captures the difficult position of his protagonist Martiniano, straddled between his tribe and white society.
$16.95

New Mexico Wildlife, An Introduction to Familiar Species

SWU203
James Kavanagh
Waterford Press
2005
1583552901
PLASTIC CARD
Natural History
0
0
0
0
A handy fold-up card featuring color illustrations of common plants, animals and reptiles of New Mexico.
$7.95

The Day the Sun Rose Twice: The Story of the Trinity Site Nuclear Explosion, July 16, 1945

HSC18
Ferenc Morton Szasz
University of New Mexico Press
1995
233
082630768X
PAPER
Science
0
0
0
0
A concise and vividly written history of the Manhattan Project, focusing on the Trinity Site.
$21.95

National Audubon Society Field Guide to the Southwestern States: Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah

SWU14
Peter Alden
Alfred Knopf
1999
448
067944680x
PAPER
Field Guide
0
0
0
0
A compact photographic guide to the wildflowers, trees, mosses, butterflies, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals of the American Southwest.
$22.95

Wild Plants of the Pueblo Province, Exploring Ancient and Enduring Uses

USW09
William Dunmire, Gail Tierney
Museum of New Mexico
1995
304
0890132720
PAPER
Field Guide
0
0
0
0
An accessible guide to the diverse plant communities of the Pueblo people.
$22.50

Albuquerque Map

SWU160
Rand McNally Maps
Rand McNally
2014
2
0528008862
MAP
Reference
0
0
0
0
Printed on durable paper, Rand McNally's road map of Albuquerque features a full street index and the locations of hospitals and public buildings.
$6.99

Santa Fe Map

SWU16
MapEasy
MapLink
2005
2
1878979213
MAP
Reference
0
0
0
0
A plastic-coated, fold-up map of Santa Fe, including Taos and Albuquerque. Size: 18x27 inches.
$5.95

DK Eyewitness Top Ten Santa Fe, Taos and Albuquerque

USW482
Eyewitness Guides
DK Publishing
2012
128
0756685478
PAPER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
A compact, illustrated guide in the popular series, featuring the best natural and cultural attractions of the region.
$14.00

The Southwest Table, Traditional Cuisine from Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona

SWU489
Dave DeWitt
National Book Network
2011
288
0762763922
HARD COVER
Food
0
0
0
0
Expert on chili peppers and spicy foods, Dave DeWitt (aka "the Pope of Peppers") blends Southwestern culinary history with 130 authentic recipes and cooking techniques in this tantalizing collection of fiery, flavorful dishes from Texas, New Mexico and Ar
$29.95

Anasazi America

USW228
David Stuart
University of New Mexico Press
2014
264
0826321798
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
A thought-provoking, engaging account of the rise and fall of Anasazi society in the desert southwest.
$29.95

Ancient Peoples of the American Southwest

USW131
Stephen Plog, Amy Elizabeth Grey (Illustrator)
Thames & Hudson
2008
224
0500286930
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
This illustrated introduction provides an in-depth look at the ancient cultures that first inhabited the pueblos and cliff dwellings of the American Southwest. Organized chronologically, it features hundreds of maps, mostly black-and-white photographs and site diagrams.
$26.95

Telling New Mexico: A New History

SWU273
Marta Weigle
University of New Mexico Press
2009
480
0890135568
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
This extensive volume presents New Mexico history from its prehistoric beginnings to the present in essays and articles by fifty prominent scholars from a variety of disciplines.
$29.95

Dark Beauty, Photographs of New Mexico

USW752
Jack Parsons
Independent Publishers Group
2014
148
1938086228
HARD COVER
Art & Architecture
0
0
0
0
Southwest photographer Parsons presents the rugged landscapes and the people of New Mexico, exploring religious iconography, far-flung ranches, small towns and wide open spaces in this full-color coffee table book.
$50.00

Georgia O'Keeffe and New Mexico, A Sense of Place

SWU186
Barbara Buhler Lynes, Lesley Poling-Kempes, Frederick Turner
Princeton University Press
2004
144
0691116598
HARD COVER
Art & Architecture
0
0
0
0
A catalogue of O'Keeffe paintings pairing 20 original images with modern photographs of the landscapes depicted by the curator of the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe.
$60.00

In Search of the Old Ones, Exploring the Anasazi World of the Southwest

USW157
David D. Roberts
Simon and Schuster Inc.
1997
271
0684832127
PAPER
Archaeology
0
0
0
0
An exuberant, engaging account of archaeological adventures in the desert Southwest. Roberts investigates the factors that may have led to the demise of the Anasazi civilization and looks into longstanding controversies.
$16.00

Indian Arts of the Southwest

SWU485
Susanne Page
Rio Nuevo
2008
143
1933855177
PAPER
Art & Architecture
0
0
0
0
Featuring color photographs of the basketry, pottery, weaving, jewelry, and carvings of 200 noted artists, this book is both a collector's guide and cultural history of the Navajo, Hopi, Zuni, Pueblo peoples and other native peoples.
$19.95

Edge of Taos Desert, An Escape to Reality

USW127
Mabel Dodge Luhan
University of New Mexico Press
1987
338
0826309712
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
First published in 1937, this story reveals the spiritual awakening the New York socialite experienced through Taos, the Pueblo Indians and Indian Tony Luhan, whom she later married.
$27.95

Portrait of an Artist, A Biography of Georgia O'Keeffe

USW221
Laura Lisle
Washington Square Press
1997
496
0671016660
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
Lisle shows how O'Keeffe was both changed and inspired by her Southwestern surroundings in this insightful biography of Georgia O'Keeffe.
$37.95

The Last Cheater's Waltz, Beauty and Violence in the Desert Southwest

USW292
Ellen Meloy
University of Arizona Press
2001
256
0816521530
PAPER
Travel Narrative
0
0
0
0
A naturalist's travels through the desert Southwest of her youth, reflecting on native peoples, landscape and ecology. Meloy explores Los Alamos, Trinity National Historic Landmark, and White Sands Missile Range -- including the impact of the laboratory and bomb testing on the environment.
$19.95

Los Alamos, A Novel

USW293
Joseph Kanon
Dell
1998
517
0440224071
PAPER
Mystery
0
0
0
0
A thriller set in Los Alamos in the 1940s.
$7.99

The Laughing Boy

USW240
Oliver La Farge
Mariner Books
2004
193
0618446729
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
An ethnographer and archaeologist, La Farge captures the flavor of the landscapes and ways of life in Northern Arizona in the early 20th century in this Pulitzer Prize-winning short novel.
$14.95

The Man Who Killed the Deer

USW265
Frank Waters
Ohio University Press
1942
266
0804001944
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
A heartfelt tale of a Pueblo Indian in New Mexico. Waters captures the difficult position of his protagonist Martiniano, straddled between his tribe and white society.
$16.95

New Mexico Wildlife, An Introduction to Familiar Species

SWU203
James Kavanagh
Waterford Press
2005
1583552901
PLASTIC CARD
Natural History
0
0
0
0
A handy fold-up card featuring color illustrations of common plants, animals and reptiles of New Mexico.
$7.95

The Day the Sun Rose Twice: The Story of the Trinity Site Nuclear Explosion, July 16, 1945

HSC18
Ferenc Morton Szasz
University of New Mexico Press
1995
233
082630768X
PAPER
Science
0
0
0
0
A concise and vividly written history of the Manhattan Project, focusing on the Trinity Site.
$21.95

National Audubon Society Field Guide to the Southwestern States: Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah

SWU14
Peter Alden
Alfred Knopf
1999
448
067944680x
PAPER
Field Guide
0
0
0
0
A compact photographic guide to the wildflowers, trees, mosses, butterflies, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals of the American Southwest.
$22.95

Wild Plants of the Pueblo Province, Exploring Ancient and Enduring Uses

USW09
William Dunmire, Gail Tierney
Museum of New Mexico
1995
304
0890132720
PAPER
Field Guide
0
0
0
0
An accessible guide to the diverse plant communities of the Pueblo people.
$22.50

More Books

Ancient Ruins and Rock Art of the Southwest, An Archaeological Guide

USW217
David Grant Noble
Northland Publishing
2015
304
1589799372
PAPER
Archaeology
0
0
0
0
The fourth edition of Noble's indispensable guide to the archaeology of the American Southwest.
$19.95

Bandelier National Monument Map

USW142
National Geographic Maps
National Geographic Maps
2010
2
1566954932
MAP
Reference
0
0
0
0
A detailed hiker's map of Bandelier National Monument at a scale of 1:35,000, printed on tear-resistant, waterproof paper.
$11.95

Death Comes for the Archbishop

USW79
Willa Cather
Vintage Books
1990
297
0679728899
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
Based in part on the life of Bishop Jean Baptiste L'Amy, this classic novel of missionary life in New Mexico is rich in the texture of Old Santa Fe and New Mexican landscapes.
$15.00

Feast of Santa Fe, Cooking of the American Southwest

SWU194
Huntley Dent
Simon and Schuster Inc.
1993
400
0671873024
PAPER
Food
0
0
0
0
An easy-to-follow introduction to the cuisine of the Southwest written by a cooking school instructor.
$25.95

The West: An Illustrated History

USW674
Ken Burns (Introduction), Geoffrey C. Ward
Back Bay Books
2003
464
0316735892
PAPER
History
0
0
0
1
The lavish illustrated companion to the PBS series with essays from seven renowned writers and historian.
$27.99

National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America

FG09
Jon Dunn
National Geographic
2017
592
1426218354
PAPER
Field Guide
0
0
0
0
This guide is the veteran's choice for birding anywhere in the United States. Practical to use in the field, it has maps, illustrations and descriptions of the birds on facing pages.
$29.99

More Books

National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America

FG09
Jon Dunn
National Geographic
2017
592
1426218354
PAPER
Field Guide
0
0
0
0
This guide is the veteran's choice for birding anywhere in the United States. Practical to use in the field, it has maps, illustrations and descriptions of the birds on facing pages.
$29.99

Death Comes for the Archbishop

USW79
Willa Cather
Vintage Books
1990
297
0679728899
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
Based in part on the life of Bishop Jean Baptiste L'Amy, this classic novel of missionary life in New Mexico is rich in the texture of Old Santa Fe and New Mexican landscapes.
$15.00

Bandelier National Monument Map

USW142
National Geographic Maps
National Geographic Maps
2010
2
1566954932
MAP
Reference
0
0
0
0
A detailed hiker's map of Bandelier National Monument at a scale of 1:35,000, printed on tear-resistant, waterproof paper.
$11.95

Ancient Ruins and Rock Art of the Southwest, An Archaeological Guide

USW217
David Grant Noble
Northland Publishing
2015
304
1589799372
PAPER
Archaeology
0
0
0
0
The fourth edition of Noble's indispensable guide to the archaeology of the American Southwest.
$19.95

Feast of Santa Fe, Cooking of the American Southwest

SWU194
Huntley Dent
Simon and Schuster Inc.
1993
400
0671873024
PAPER
Food
0
0
0
0
An easy-to-follow introduction to the cuisine of the Southwest written by a cooking school instructor.
$25.95

For Kids

American Indian Games

SWU28
Jay Miller
Children's Press
1997
48
0516260928
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
YOUNG READERS (Age 4-8)
A look at traditional games played by Native American children for elementary school children, featuring color photographs.
$9.75

The Desert is Theirs

SWU106
Byrd Baylor, Peter Parnall (Illustrator)
Aladdin Books
1987
32
0689711050
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
YOUNG READERS (Age 4-8)
Baylor sweetly conjures the desert and its residents, both human and animal, in verse in this Caldecott Honor Book for younger readers, featuring large, evocative watercolor paintings.
$7.99

When Clay Sings

SWU103
Bird Baylor
Aladdin Books
1987
32
0689711069
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
YOUNG READERS (Age 4-8)
Bird Baylor's book, first published in 1972, endures as a remarkable evocation of the southwestern landscape and its ancient inhabitants. Tom Bahti illustrated; ages 4-8.
$7.99

Navajo Long Walk, The Tragic Story of a Proud People's Forced March from Their Homeland

SWU131
Shonto Begay (Illustrator), Joseph Bruchac
2002
64
0792270584
HARD COVER
History
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
A shameful chapter of American policy, the Navajos' forced relocation in the 1860s, is introduced to a new generation of readers in this handsomely illustrated history. Ages 9-12.
$18.95

Running Scared, A Mystery in Carlsbad Caverns National Park

SWU236
Gloria Skurzynski
2008
160
1426301820
PAPER
Mystery
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
The Landons travel to Carlsbad Cavern to study the local bat population, but find themselves lost in the dark tunnels of the caves in this installent of the Mysteries in Our National Parks series.
$4.99

Songs from the Loom, A Navajo Girl Learns to Weave

SWU22
Monty Roessel
Lerner Publishing Group
1995
48
0822597128
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
An introduction to Navajo weaving for children 9-12 and presented in the form of a photographic essay depicting the author's daughter learning the traditions of her ancestors.
$8.95

Tree in the Trail

USW656
Holling C. Holling
Houghton Mifflin Company
1990
039554534X
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
A struggling cottonwood sapling becomes a landmark to travelers, a peace-medicine tree, and after its death in 1834, a yoke which is used on the trail to Santa Fe in Holling's strikingly illustrated history of the history of the Great Plains for kids.
$11.95

Ancient Pueblo, Archaeology Unlocks the Secrets of America's Past

SWU290
Anita Croy
2007
64
1426301308
HARD COVER
Archaeology
0
0
0
0
FAMILY
A captivating, illustrated overview of the Hohokam, Anasazi, Mogollon peoples of the four corner region for ages 10 and up. With hundreds of color photographs, maps, glossary and interviews, it's an excellent introduction to archaeology for the whole family.
$17.95

Bless Me, Ultima

USW264
Rudolfo A. Anaya
Warner Books
1999
290
0446675369
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
FAMILY
The first-person tale of Antonio, a Chicano boy whose life is changed when a mystical woman named Ultima comes to live with his family.
$15.00

The Wild West on 5 Bits a Day

USW663
Joan Tapper
Thames & Hudson
2010
160
0500288720
PAPER
Guidebook
0
0
0
0
FAMILY
A time-traveler's guide to exploring and surviving in the Wild West of 1880, including sites, saloons, gunfights, people to meet (like Buffalo Bill) and people to avoid (including Billy the Kid and Geronimo). Fun for the whole family!
$18.95

For Kids

Bless Me, Ultima

USW264
Rudolfo A. Anaya
Warner Books
1999
290
0446675369
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
FAMILY
The first-person tale of Antonio, a Chicano boy whose life is changed when a mystical woman named Ultima comes to live with his family.
$15.00

Songs from the Loom, A Navajo Girl Learns to Weave

SWU22
Monty Roessel
Lerner Publishing Group
1995
48
0822597128
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
An introduction to Navajo weaving for children 9-12 and presented in the form of a photographic essay depicting the author's daughter learning the traditions of her ancestors.
$8.95

American Indian Games

SWU28
Jay Miller
Children's Press
1997
48
0516260928
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
YOUNG READERS (Age 4-8)
A look at traditional games played by Native American children for elementary school children, featuring color photographs.
$9.75

When Clay Sings

SWU103
Bird Baylor
Aladdin Books
1987
32
0689711069
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
YOUNG READERS (Age 4-8)
Bird Baylor's book, first published in 1972, endures as a remarkable evocation of the southwestern landscape and its ancient inhabitants. Tom Bahti illustrated; ages 4-8.
$7.99

The Desert is Theirs

SWU106
Byrd Baylor, Peter Parnall (Illustrator)
Aladdin Books
1987
32
0689711050
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
YOUNG READERS (Age 4-8)
Baylor sweetly conjures the desert and its residents, both human and animal, in verse in this Caldecott Honor Book for younger readers, featuring large, evocative watercolor paintings.
$7.99

Navajo Long Walk, The Tragic Story of a Proud People's Forced March from Their Homeland

SWU131
Shonto Begay (Illustrator), Joseph Bruchac
2002
64
0792270584
HARD COVER
History
0
0
0
0
MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
A shameful chapter of American policy, the Navajos' forced relocation in the 1860s, is introduced to a new generation of readers in this handsomely illustrated history. Ages 9-12.
$18.95

Running Scared, A Mystery in Carlsbad Caverns National Park

SWU236
Gloria Skurzynski
2008
160
1426301820
PAPER
Mystery
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MIDDLE READERS (Age 9-12)
The Landons travel to Carlsbad Cavern to study the local bat population, but find themselves lost in the dark tunnels of the caves in this installent of the Mysteries in Our National Parks series.
$4.99

Ancient Pueblo, Archaeology Unlocks the Secrets of America's Past

SWU290
Anita Croy
2007
64
1426301308
HARD COVER
Archaeology
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A captivating, illustrated overview of the Hohokam, Anasazi, Mogollon peoples of the four corner region for ages 10 and up. With hundreds of color photographs, maps, glossary and interviews, it's an excellent introduction to archaeology for the whole family.
$17.95

Tree in the Trail

USW656
Holling C. Holling
Houghton Mifflin Company
1990
039554534X
PAPER
History
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A struggling cottonwood sapling becomes a landmark to travelers, a peace-medicine tree, and after its death in 1834, a yoke which is used on the trail to Santa Fe in Holling's strikingly illustrated history of the history of the Great Plains for kids.
$11.95

The Wild West on 5 Bits a Day

USW663
Joan Tapper
Thames & Hudson
2010
160
0500288720
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Guidebook
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A time-traveler's guide to exploring and surviving in the Wild West of 1880, including sites, saloons, gunfights, people to meet (like Buffalo Bill) and people to avoid (including Billy the Kid and Geronimo). Fun for the whole family!
$18.95